Goodwill Industries International and its 160 community-based organizations regularly receive questions and concerns about the placement of our Public Service Announcements (PSAs) during certain media programs, most notably on “The Rush Limbaugh Show” and Breitbart news channels.
Our PSAs run in donated media, which means that media outlets, websites, radio and television stations choose where and when PSAs are published or air. We cannot predict or control where they will be placed.
The use of Goodwill’s PSAs on media outlets or media programs does not imply support of that program or its spokesperson’s or outlet’s ideologies. Goodwill does not purchase any advertising or endorse any programming content where the PSAs appear, including “The Rush Limbaugh Show” or Breitbart. We take a non-commercial, non-denominational, and non-partisan stance on all issues, and thus do not single out specific media programs or outlets that can not run the PSAs.
Goodwill’s PSAs are supported pro bono by a nationwide network of media outlets, including TV and radio stations, print outlets (e.g., magazines, newspapers), outdoor (e.g., billboards, bus stops) and the internet (e.g., web banners). They raise awareness about Goodwill’s critical social and economic work, which helped 37 million people last year alone. The goal of the PSAs is to share Goodwill’s mission of providing job training and support services for anyone facing challenges to finding employment. Visit our Jobs and Training page to learn more.