Huckleberry's Natural Market hosts annual Donation Drive for Goodwill Earth Day weekend

April 14, 2017

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For immediate release: 4/14/2017


Contact: Heather Alexander, 509-444-4383


Who:               Huckleberry's Natural Market & Goodwill Industries

What:              Donation Drive Celebrating Earth Day

Where:            Huckleberry's - 926 S. Monroe

                        Rosauers at the Y - 9414 N. Division

When:             April 21st and April 22nd from 9 am - 3 pm



Huckleberry's and Goodwill Team Up for Earth Day

(Spokane, WA) - This Friday, April 21st and Saturday the 22nd, Huckleberry's and Goodwill Industries will team up to host a donation drive. This year, two donation drive locations are available: 

  • Huckleberry’s parking lot on the South Hill (926 S. Monroe) from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and

  • North Side Rosauers parking lot (9414 N. Division) from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

This year to celebrate Earth Day, Huckleberry’s will be giving away a free tree to each customer who visits their South Hill store, while supplies last. 

“We believe the importance of recycling gently used items for the good of the environment is a great way to celebrate Earth Day”, states Ashley Craig of Huckleberry’s. “Teaming up with Goodwill, an organization built on recycling and helping others in our local community is the best partner to bring recognition to these two extremely important causes.”

Goodwill requests gently used items like: Clothing, Shoes & Accessories, Home Décor, Electronics, Small Appliances, Sports Equipment and Books.


Goodwill Industries of the Inland Northwest began serving individuals and families in eastern Washington and north Idaho in 1939. Our mission is to help people overcome barriers to independence. We accomplish this through job training programs, assistance with resources, developing jobs in the community for people with employment barriers, rapid re-housing for veterans who are homeless, and more. More than 85 cents of every dollar earned from our retail stores supports over 20 local Goodwill programs, serving more than 6000 people every year. Goodwill Industries of the Inland Northwest employs more than 500 people and serves 23 counties in eastern Washington and north Idaho.