A used goods store which can be an amazing place to acquire great clothing and other neat stuff. Sadly, they have expanded and the chain has become much more upscale. As they departed from their crusty retail roots, they jacked up prices and the interiors of the stores have started to become vacuum packed and sparkling clean. Goodwill stores in small rural communities often maintain low prices and a strange assortment of used items, so they can be great places to stop and scavenge while passing through. The stores claim to funnel a fair amount of their earnings to community based projects such as literacy programs as well as employing disadvantaged workers.