Shop mostly designer labels and brand names for less at our GoodThreads store on Alameda! GoodThreads is different from every other Goodwill location. The contemporary urban atmosphere offers racks and racks of designer merchandise, jewelry, accessories, and shoes. Shoppers will find hand-selected merchandise marked at incredible prices.
Store Manager, Damon Watson says, "I'm amazed myself at the items we have available. People who love trends are drawn here for the brands and the prices. It's possibly the best-kept secret in Albuquerque retail!" He jokingly added, "of course, we'd like for it NOT to be a secret!"
Ready for a whole new way to Goodwillit? Then come and shop the Goodwill GoodThreads store at 3401 NM528, Albuquerque, NM 87114
For Goodwill Industries of New Mexico, every day is an occasion to honor America’s veterans and offer assistance to those who have worn the uniform of our armed services. As a leading provider of job training programs, Goodwill® is dedicated to helping serve those who have served our nation.
In communities throughout New Mexico, Goodwill strives to provide programs and services to veterans, allowing them to re-enter civilian life as seamlessly as possible. One of those programs is Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF). The SSVF program assists very-low income veteran families stabilize their housing situation and much more.
“The SSVF program focuses on veterans and their family members who are most at risk for homelessness or who are already homeless,” said President and CEO of Goodwill Industries of New Mexico, Mary Best.
Goodwill’s SSVF program provides eligible veteran families with the following: Case management, community referrals and assistance with VA benefits. The program also helps veterans and their families move into or remain in permanent housing with third-party payments for move-in costs, rent, security deposits, moving/storage, utilities that are past due, utility deposits, child care and much more. All services are free to those who qualify.
Veterans and their families interesting in participating or in learning more about the SSVF program can call (505) 881-6401 or by visiting our SSVF page online.