February 29, 2024

Goodwill Omaha ‘Round-It-Up’ Campaign Will Benefit WellBeing Partners in March Online and In-Stores

Goodwill Omaha ‘Round-It-Up’ Campaign Will Benefit
WellBeing Partners in March Online and In-Stores

 Goodwill Industries, Inc. serving Eastern Nebraska and Southwest Iowa is excited to announce that Wellbeing Partners will be the first recipient of Goodwill’s 2024 Round it Up campaign.

Starting March 1,2024 through March 31, 2024, customers visiting Goodwill stores will have the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of individuals and families in need through the “Round It Up” campaign. By rounding up their total purchase to the nearest dollar at the register, customers can contribute to Wellbeing Partners’ programs that promote mental, emotional, and physical health within the community.

“The Wellbeing Partners and Goodwill share a desire to improve lives and strengthen communities. Goodwill’s RoundItUp program will assist as we work to foster employee wellness and grow a healthy community.” Said Aja Anderson

Funds raised through the “Round It Up” campaign will directly support Wellbeing Partners’ efforts to provide essential resources, education, and programs that contribute to the overall well-being of community members.

Goodwill also is using it’s online auction site, ShopGoodwill.com, to help raise money to benefit the wellbeing Partners. During the Month of March there will be 1 item in which proceeds from this sale will go towards Wellbeing Partners. “This is a way for our Shopgoodwill to join in and support a worthwhile cause.” Say Rudy White, Director or Retail Operations at Goodwill Omaha.

“We are thrilled to partner with Wellbeing Partners for the ‘Round It Up’ campaign,” said Tobi Mathouser, President & CEO at Goodwill. “This initiative allows our customers to easily contribute to a cause that directly impacts the health and wellness of our community. Every small donation adds up, and we believe that together, we can make a significant difference in the lives of those in need.”

For more information about the “Round It Up” campaign and Goodwill Omaha’s partnership with Wellbeing Partners, please visit goodwillomaha.org.