Goodwill of Southern Nevada Ground Breaking in Henderson

Goodwill Groundbreaking at New Horizon & Boulder Location
Goodwill of Southern Nevada
plans to open its second Henderson Goodwill Retail Store and Drive Thru Donation Center fall of 2016. 

Goodwill Groundbreaking at New Horizon & Boulder Location
Goodwill Groundbreaking at New Horizon & Boulder Location

Goodwill of Southern Nevada leaders, along with Henderson Mayor Andy Hafen and Henderson Councilwoman Gerri Schroder officially broke ground on the new location at Horizon Road and Boulder Highway on May 17, 2016.

Steve Chartrand, President & CEO of Goodwill of Southern Nevada shakes the hand of Damian Edmond, a dialysis patient. Goodwill helped pay for Edmond’s training and education after he lost his job. Edmond is now employed and helping others who, like him, are waiting for a kidney transplant.
Steve Chartrand, President & CEO of Goodwill of Southern Nevada shakes the hand of Damian Edmond, a dialysis patient. Goodwill helped pay for Edmond’s training and education after he lost his job. Edmond is now employed and helping others who, like him, are waiting for a kidney transplant.

The new 17,000 square foot build-to-suit location will include a 11,000 square foot sales floor and a convenient covered two lane drive thru donation center. The new store will be located in the Horizon Town Center shopping area, nearby Lowe’s.

Approximately 40 to 45 new full-time jobs will be created in Goodwill of Southern Nevada’s retail and operations department to support the new location.

Goodwill of Southern Nevada opened its first Henderson store in 2000 at Warm Springs and Stephanie. That location was moved to a new build-to-suit facility at 1390 American Pacific Drive (at Stephanie) in March 2015. The new location on American Pacific Drive doubled the amount of square footage and allowed for a convenient drive thru donation center to better accommodate donors. The expansion also created fifteen new jobs.

Goodwill of Southern Nevada transforms donated goods and monetary contributions into pathways to meaningful employment for Southern Nevadans in need. In 2015, Goodwill of Southern Nevada successfully placed 2,383 individuals into local, sustainable jobs generating more than $48 million in earned wages.