Good Sammys Joondalup: pre-loved done properly


Debbie Carver, of Kallaroo, and Jacqueline Maxwell, of Heathridge. Picture: Martin Kennealey                              d456417
Debbie Carver, of Kallaroo, and Jacqueline Maxwell, of Heathridge. Picture: Martin Kennealey d456417

FOR decades, Debbie Carver and Jacqueline Maxwell have been helping to find homes for pre-loved items.

The pair who has worked for Good Samaritan Industries for 30 years, including the Joondalup store since it opened in 1995, celebrated the milestone earlier this month.

Good Samaritan Industries chief executive John Knowles congratulated the “very loyal and highly valued employees”.

“Good Sammys is known for recycling and re-use of pre-loved goods and turning these into employment for people with disabilities, their co-workers and our volunteers,” he said.

“The people of Joondalup have supported our shop for a very long time and it is their support that has allowed us to continue long-term employment opportunities for Jacqueline, Debbie and others.”

Good Sammys Joondalup currently employs 16 staff and volunteers who serve 27,000 customers annually.