Partner with Goodwill: helping people build skills and access the support they need to thrive


Goodwill Industries International collaborates with like-minded corporate partners to enhance people’s dignity and quality of life by strengthening their communities, eliminating their barriers to opportunity, and helping them reach their full potential through learning and the power of work.

We are seeking partners who will stand alongside us and invest in solutions aimed at:

  • Fostering a workforce where every individual is empowered to thrive.
  • Helping sustain our environment by keeping millions of pounds of stuff people used to love in use and out of landfills.

Partner with Goodwill Industries International

Goodwill Industries International collaborates with like-minded partners to help people build skills and access the support needed to earn good jobs, advance into sustainable careers, and provide for their families. Corporate partnerships that help advance the work of our organization are always welcome. GII is interested in partnering with companies that have strong brand identities and reputations. Key factors for evaluating a potential partner include the partner’s ability to leverage its assets, raise awareness, contribute to priority initiatives through donations or fundraising efforts, and actively involve their employees and leadership. Thank you for your interest in partnering with Goodwill Industries International.

If you’d like to get started, answer this brief  questionnaire. A member of the Donor Impact team will be in touch shortly.

Partner with your local Goodwill.

Goodwill Industries International is a network of more than 150 community-based organizations in the U.S. and Canada that provide people with opportunities to both empower themselves and positively impact the environment. If you are interested in supporting Goodwill in your local community, please contact your local Goodwill by visiting our locator, and filter by 'headquarters'.


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Initiative Spotlight

Goodwill Clean Tech Accelerator™:   The Future Lies in Clean Tech

More than 9 million clean energy jobs will be created in the next 10 years, jobs that pay well and 40% of which don’t require college degrees.

Goodwill is partnering with Accenture and General Motors to target the most in-demand clean energy jobs to fill this critical talent gap, which include solar and storage installers, electric vehicle supply equipment technicians, and heat pump installers. Your support can help expand this critical effort.

We are seeking partners to amplify the reach and impact of the Goodwill Clean Tech Accelerator, creating pathways to equitable and sustainable employment in the clean energy sector.

To learn more about partnering to support this important initiative, contact [email protected]

National Strategic Partners

National Strategic Partners provide philanthropic support through a broad geographic scale. Their investments of $1 million and above indicate a significant commitment aimed at addressing large-scale challenges or initiatives.

Impact Partners

Impact Partners provide philanthropic support of $250,000 or above through targeted initiatives and investments aimed to impact specific communities where Goodwill organizations are located.

We look forward to continuing our support for Goodwill, as they aim to help even more people reach their full economic potential. Through's support of Goodwill and programs like the Google Career Certificates, more than 300,000 Americans have been placed into digital economy jobs.
Kent Walker, President of Global Affairs at Google
Indeed’s mission is to help people get jobs. We know that the right job opportunity can change someone’s life. Working with Goodwill helps us reach people that need extra support to find it.
Chris Hyams, CEO, Indeed
A growing number of well-paying, entry-level jobs require digital skills that can be learned online. Together with Goodwill, we are proud to provide communities with free access to critical, job-relevant learning that prepares them to enter high-demand fields.
Jeff Maggioncalda, CEO of Coursera