Our goal: to be the heart of every town we serve.
We are committed to giving back to the communities we serve, not only through financial resources, but with our talent and time. Through our “Community Counts” program, we’re giving back to the towns we serve and are actively involved in many charitable causes and sponsorships, as well as associate volunteerism efforts. A prime example of this philanthropic spirit is our “30 Days of Giving” initiative. Team members at each store designate a local organization to receive customer donations that are collected over a 30-day period. 100% of those donations benefit the select organizations. With millions of dollars raised thus far through this program and many others, it is our hope to help our customers seize every opportunity for a bright future.
The dedicated Peebles associates in Meadville, Pennsylvania are passionate about supporting their local community organization, Hospice of Crawford County. Through their hard work during the 30 Days of Giving campaign, Diana Shafer, Store Manager, and her great team raised $2,571 to help support the Hospice Mission.
Hospice Mission Statement
The mission at Hospice of Crawford County, Inc. is to enable patients who are nearing life’s end to live free of pain, symptoms and anxieties and empower them and their families to experience an optimum quality of life.
On April 13, 2017, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital hosted its annual Teen Formal with more than 110 attendees. For the third year, Stage and Jim’s Formalwear partnered together to provide the tuxedo’s for the male patients attending the event. Carnival Cruise Line, Lancôme, Dillard's, Charlotte Russe, and Claire's also assisted with the event to ensure the teens had everything they needed to make the night special.
Special thanks to our Goody's Covington, TN Store Manager Lisa Owens-Aguilar and Union City, TN Store Manager Kim Smith, for their assistance in this special event.
Stage supports the St. Jude mission - Finding Cures. Saving Children.
Danville, KY Goody's associates Faith Holliday, Lauder Beauty Advisor, and Tish Penrod, Arden Counter Manager, provided makeovers for attendees to the Kentucky School for the Deaf prom.
Kentucky School for the Deaf provides education to deaf and hard-of-hearing children from elementary through high school levels.
To help make the night extra special, Goody's provided gift bags, while Faith and Tish (with the help of interpreters) provided makeovers and beauty tips.
Let's give back to our community and help get kids ready for school.
It is time to clean out those closets and when you do, you can receive a coupon for $10 off a $10 purchase or more. From July 6 to July 18, stop by your local Bealls, Goody's, Palais Royal, Peebles or Stage store to make your donation of gently used or new clothes for children and adults (no shoes or undergarments).
See your store associates for details.
Recently some of our communities in southern Georgia were impacted by tornadoes and severe weather. To lend a helping hand through our Disaster Relief Assistance Program, Tracy Odom, Goody's District Manager, presented Terri Jenkins, Executive Director of the American Red Cross of South Georgia with a $5,000 donation to help keep families healthy and safe.
Goody's is proud to be part of the community, and are here to help whenever help is needed. #CommunityCounts