No matter what shape the economy is in, the cost of getting married doesn’t come cheap. But 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan has found a way to save.
Hundreds of dollars’ worth of gifts and other items that were supposed to be donated to Goodwill for the holidays were taken from a car in the Noble section of Abington Township last Tuesday.
One local charity is hoping items purged during spring cleaning will wind up in their custody so they can use them to help others.
No matter what shape the economy is in, the cost of getting married doesn’t come cheap, but 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan has found a way to save.
Goodwill PR Manager Juli Lundberg says last year about 150 people were waiting in line before they opened the doors and they are again expecting a big crowd.
People in the midst of a job search don’t have to go it alone. There is help.
According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, many of the approximately 300 products that get recalled every year wind up in thrift stores. Beware.
By Jim Donovan: Are you looking for some art work for your living room wall? Well have I got a deal for you. How about framed and unframed pieces for as little as 99 cents! […]
By Jim Donovan: Participating Goodwill stores in the Greater Philadelphia area have teamed up with AAA Mid-Atlantic for the 3rd annual luggage Trade-In/Trade-Up program. This initiative encourages the community to donate gently used luggage to […]
We all get them from time to time, presents that don’t exactly fit our taste or style. Around the holidays there may have been more than one dud under the tree.
ReStore is Habitat for Humanity’s 19,000 square foot outlet in Kensington, sort of Goodwill meets Home Depot.
Every year University of Pennsylvania students head home for the summer, leaving tons of stuff behind and it’s all on sale.
By Jim Donovan: Gap and Goodwill Industries of Southern NJ & Philadelphia have announced a partnership encouraging consumers to clean out their closets for a cause. From now through Sunday, May 29, Gap stores in […]
Springtime is prom season. If you’re a parent of a teenage girl you know what that means, spending money on everything from hair and makeup to shoes and that all important prom dress. But as always, Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan is on your side and tells about a dress sale that will be difficult to pass up.
Goodwill of Southern New Jersey hopes to help with its second annual sale of new gowns and dresses at drastically discounted prices, starting at $19.99 with sizes from two through 16.