Celebrating Goodwill Industries Week – What a Difference a Year Makes!

Thanks to every one of you who hung in there with us, supported us, listened to us, and grew with us. While I hate clichés, it DOES take a village to survive and succeed. Thanks to our village, led by our generous donors, shoppers, funders, partners, families, and of course our incredible Goodwill team members, we did it. Let's hope 2021 and beyond brings us more growth, success, and transformation.

Join Goodwill and Give Hope this Holiday

Your gift allows people to receive no-cost training through Goodwill to rejoin the workforce or start new careers and helps meet student technology

On #GivingTuesday, you can stand with Goodwill to finish 2018 strong and start 2019 ready to do more!

Do Good for Goodwill: Giving Tuesday 2020

Giving Tuesday is a global day of generosity that takes place on December 1, 2020. It was created in 2012 as a simple idea: a day that encourages

On #GivingTuesday, you can stand with Goodwill to finish 2018 strong and start 2019 ready to do more!

A Very Unique Goodwill Industries Week

While this year's celebration is a bit muted compared to previous years, for reasons that require no explanation, the recognition of the critical need for Goodwill's mission and the innovative approach the organization is taking towards its continued fulfillment is no less important. One could argue that the need is even greater.

Engage, Employ, Invest During Goodwill Industries Week

As we spend the first week of May celebrating the positive and measurable impact Goodwill makes on our community, we hope that you will consider supporting our efforts

Celebrate Goodwill Industries Week with a Commitment to “Do More”

As we celebrate Goodwill Industries Week May 6 to 12, we also celebrate the community that makes our work at Goodwill of Greater Washington possible. This year’s theme represents the good that happens when you combine the courage of the individuals Goodwill serves with the partners who believe in creating opportunities for individuals with disabilities and disadvantages. In this article, our Individual Giving Officer shares how you can get involved!

A Goodwill “Thank You” to those Who Don’t Hear it Enough!

Thank you to the hundreds of thousands of people who have donated to Goodwill all those items that have outgrown their homes this year.

The Goodwill goBIN: The Next Generation Donation Receptacle

Donated goods are the fuel that powers the economic engine which allows us to fulfill our mission of transforming lives and communities through the power of education and employment. The sale of these donated goods provides the funds for our free job training and career services.

Goodwill of Greater Washington Turns 80 Thanks to You!

The date was June 3rd, 1935. The place was Washington, DC. The event: Goodwill Industries of Washington, DC officially opened its doors and began serving the community of our Nation’s Capital.


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