WHEN YOU SUPPORT GOODWILL, YOU HELP MAKE SURE EVERYONE HAS THE OPPORTUNITY TO THRIVE
The COVID-19 pandemic has left millions of families with a loss of employment income unlike anything we’ve experienced since the Great Depression. Individuals in low wage jobs, those with a high school education or less, women, and individuals who identify as Black or Latinx have disproportionately felt this burden due to reduced work hours, lowered wages, furloughs and layoffs.
Too many of their jobs did not came back, and when opportunities did became available, these job seekers needed new skills to earn a living, advance their careers and support their families.
Your support will help Goodwill® equip community members with the skills they need to get back to work and have the opportunity to thrive.
Make a Financial Donation
You can choose to invest your donation in your local Goodwill or make a broader impact by supporting Goodwill on a national level.
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When you donate new and gently used items, your local Goodwill sells them in stores and online using the revenue generated to provided valuable employment training and job placement services for people in your local community.
Want to know just how much good your donations are doing? Click here to determine the impact of your donation – for yourself, those in your community and for the planet.
Looking for your nearest Goodwill? Use our locator to find the nearest career center (for help finding a job), retail store, donation site, or outlet store.
Who You Help
Your support helps Goodwill equip community members with the skills they need to get back to work and have the opportunity to thrive.
Goodwill has a plan to build a workforce readiness infrastructure that ensures every individual has the skills and supports needed to earn a good job and advance into a sustainable career.
How To Get Tax Deductions for Your Donations
When you drop off your donations at your local Goodwill, you’ll receive a receipt. Hang on to it! You can claim a tax deduction for donations that are in good condition.
The U.S. Internal Revenue Service requires you to state the value of your donation in order to claim a deduction.