Falls Creek, PA – The old State Police Barracks in Falls Creek has a new life now that Goodwill purchased the building and has expanded the Shop Goodwill e-commerce part of their company.

The building, which is next to the main Goodwill of North Central Pennsylvania headquarters in Falls Creek, had its official ribbon cutting on Wednesday.

The online portion of Goodwill takes some of the items that might not fit or sell as well in physical Goodwill stores and places them up for bid or sale in the company’s online catalog.

Click Here to listen as CEO Ray Donati explains why Goodwill offers these items online.

Click Here to listen as Edmund Bach, the Shop Goodwill manager, shares some of the items that are sold online that wouldn’t be as appreciated in a physical retail Goodwill store.

Shop Goodwill employs 24 people in Falls Creek, and business is going well! Toni Campbell, the Falls Creek Post Master, says that all of the shipping for the store has made business better at the post office too.

Click Here to watch a tour of the inner workings of the Shop Goodwill building on our Facebook page.

You can check out all of the items nationwide at ShopGoodwill.com, and you can also use to the site to shop for items directly from the Falls Creek location so you can either pick it up there or have it shipped. You also have the option of ordering from a computer kiosk at the new Shop Goodwill building in Falls Creek.

Left to right:  Cindy Fritz (Falls Creek Borough Manager), Kevin Reynolds (Falls Creek Borough Council President), Thomas Glasl (CFO), Chad Smith (Systems Operations Manager), Edmund Bach (Shop Goodwill Manager), Ray Donati (President and CEO), Nick Suplizio (VP of Donation Procurement) and Toni Campbell (Falls Creek Post Master)