Goodwill’s New Business Services Center

Goodwill’s New Business Services Center Provides Reliable Manpower, Top-quality Services for the Greater Good

Grand Opening celebration for the non-profit’s new Business Services Center

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(Greenville, SC) – Goodwill Industries of Upstate/Midlands South Carolina (GIUMSC) is hosting a Grand Opening celebration for the non-profit’s new Business Services Center on Wednesday, July 20, 2022.

The more than 8000 square foot facility is located at 412-A Sulphur Springs Road in Greenville, adjoined to Goodwill’s retail store and donation center on the same property. This flagship location now becomes a source of hope to some; service to others; and goodwill to all, as all parts of Goodwill’s mission services are represented in one location – donation, retail, Job Connection and now Business Services.

Yes, Goodwill is best known for its thrifty finds and career services for job seekers. However, Goodwill Business Services creates even more opportunity for the non-profit to help people and communities see their value and thrive. The Business Services Center provides companies production support in the form of kitting, packaging, assembly and inspection. By outsourcing these services, companies are able to focus on what they do best and leave the rest to Goodwill. If you would like to learn more about how Goodwill can assist your business contact us at or by calling (864) 351-0119.

What: Grand Opening of Goodwill’s Business Services Center

Where: 412-A Sulphur Springs Road Greenville, SC 29617

When: July 20, 2022, 7:30 a.m. – 9 a.m.

Goodwill Industries of Upstate/Midlands South Carolina helps people become independent through education and training, leading to employment.  Last year, GIUMSC provided career and education services to more than 10,000 job seekers by investing more than 90 cents of every dollar spent into its Mission programs.

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