Goodwill’s Mill Valley donation site, a longtime staple in the parking lot at 1 Camino Alto, home to Safeway, has relocated to 411 Miller Ave., within the parking lot shared by the likes of Extreme Pizza Mill Valey, Jolly Liquors and the Marin Theatre Company, adjacent to to Mill Valley Swirl at 417 Miller.

In recognition of the service Goodwill provides the residents of Mill Valley, City Manager Todd Cusimano and Councilmember Max Perrey stepped forward to help secure a new location.

“Donations are what make Goodwill’s model work. Every shirt, pan, or toy that is donated funds our employment programs for people who need a second chance,” said William Rogers, CEO of Goodwill San Francisco Bay. “We are grateful that with our new site, the generous residents of Mill Valley will continue to be a critical part of Goodwill’s mission. A special thank you to Mr. Cusimano and Mr. Perrey for their leadership.”

“Goodwill’s donation centers have been serving Mill Valley for over two decades. We are fortunate to have longtime businesses that are committed to serving our residents and the greater good,” said City Manager Todd Cusimano.

“I want to thank the residents of Mill Valley for making their voices heard during this process,” says City Councilmember Max Perrey, noted. Goodwill is a valued part of our community and we are excited to continue growing our partnership.”

Goodwill invites Mill Valley residents to visit the new location, open daily from 9am-5pm.

Goodwill San Francisco Bay has been serving the local community for over 100 years. Their mission is to equip low-income individuals and those with barriers with the skills required to succeed in the 21st century job market.