Make the most out of your commute: Kitsap Peninsula

by Catherine Sweeney, Creative Circle
August 24, 2015

If you live on the beautiful Kitsap Peninsula, your commute may be all about ferries (catching them)–or about avoiding ferry traffic.  If you’d like to drop off donations while commuting, you have a choice of five different Goodwill sites serving “the natural side of Puget Sound,” in the words of the Kitsap tourism website.

If you reside on “the Rock,” consider stopping by the Bainbridge Donation Site on High School Road on your way to or from the ferry or the local high school. 

Drive northwest on SR 305 to the main part of the peninsula, you’ll find yourself in the historic town of Poulsbo, where you’ll find a donation site on Viking Avenue and close to the Ace Hardware.  For those further south, the Silverdale Donation Site is near to State Highway 3 and Route 303 intersection.

If you’d like to thrift as well as donate, come to Bremerton, where Goodwill has a store and donation site in the same location on Wheaton Way (also known as Route 303), along with a Job Training and Education Center.  If you call Port Orchard home, you’re in luck as well. There’s a Goodwill donation site at the Towne Square Mall.

Stop off and donate items on your way home. Your visit could be an excellent way to bypass some ferry traffic! 

Don’t forget to check our donation guidelines before you go.


Catherine Sweeney, APR is a professional writer and communicator affiliated with Creative Circle. She dedicates her Goodwill blog-writing in memory of her mom, an avid thrift-shopper and advocate for social change. 

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