NDEAM 2017: A Spotlight on Goodwill’s Ability One Program Contract Sites

Every year, during the month of October, Goodwill of Greater Washington joins hundreds of companies across the United States in recognizing National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM). This campaign is an opportunity to educate our nation’s workforce and facilitate discussion about disability employment issues and lift up the countless contributions of America’s workers with disabilities.

Goodwill Celebrates 35 Years at the Bureau of Engraving & Printing

Goodwill of Greater Washington’s Contract Services provides employment opportunities for people with significant disabilities by securing Federal contracts in accordance with the AbilityOne Program. This year we are very excited to be celebrating a momentous anniversary at our oldest contract site: The Bureau of Engraving and Printing.

Join Us in Celebrating NDEAM 2016: #InclusionWorks

During the month of October we invite you to join us in celebrating National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM). NDEAM recognizes the skills and talents of workers with disabilities and the tremendous contributions they bring to the workforce. #InclusionWorks

Patricia Has Hope

Goodwill of Greater Washington is known as a leader in developing the DC metro area's workforce. But did you know we also employ people with disabilities?

Patricia’s New Hope

Just as Goodwill helps individuals with disabilities and disadvantages find employment in the community, we are also helping people within Goodwill find new careers, including people like Patricia.


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Goodwill job training programs are no cost to students and lead to employment.

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Goodwill career services are free to employ the unemployed.

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