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Set to return as the anchor tenant once construction is complete.

Goodwill Hawaii announced today that its Kaimuki Store and Donation Center located at 3638 Waialae Avenue is closing and will be running a clearance sale of its remaining merchandise through Monday, March 22, the last day for the public to shop and donate at that location. Afterwards, the community can continue to drop off donations of clothing and household goods at its Kahala Mall Attended Donation Center or shop for thrift bargains online at ShopGoodwill.com/Hawaii or any one of its other Oahu stores.

“Our Kaimuki Store and Donation Center has been one of our top producing locations for nearly 20 years thanks to the love and support from the community,” said Katy Chen, Goodwill Hawaii president & CEO. “We are grateful for the opportunity to return as the anchor tenant on the ground level of the new building and look forward to announcing our reopening date in the near future.”

The new store and donation center will feature many upgrades designed for the comfort, safety and overall experience of Goodwill shoppers, donors and the surrounding community including an off-street donation drop-off area.

Goodwill Hawaii currently operates seven other retail stores on Oahu, including a newly renovated flagship store on Beretania Street which has been partially open since October 2020 as part of ongoing construction of the Honolulu Career & Learning Center. Once complete, the Beretania Store will nearly double in size and will also include a drive-through donation drop-off center. Revenue generated in Goodwill stores supports the nonprofit’s mission and programs statewide that provide critical education, employment training and placement services for more than 11,000 people each year.

For more information about Goodwill Hawaii or a list of its other stores and donation centers, visit goodwillhawaii.org.