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Goodwill Industries International (GII) was recently named a top 10 charity among the nation’s top 100 charitable organizations in the coveted rankings of The NonProfit Times (NPT) and Forbes Magazine for 2022. NPT placed GII second among the nation’s largest nonprofits on its Top 100 list last year, while Forbes ranked GII seventh on its list of the nation’s Top 100 Charities.

The NPT Top 100 examines the largest nonprofit organizations that raised at least 10% of their revenues from public contributions, including significant gifts to both program and government support services. GII ranked second on the list in 2022, among other powerhouse nonprofits like Feeding America and United Way.

The Forbes list highlights America’s largest charities based on private support and donations, and features categories including healthcare, domestic and international needs, and animal welfare. A notable component of the list is the charitable commitment score, which indicates how much of a charity’s total revenue went directly to its charitable purpose. GII’s score remains strong at 89%, and it uses those funds to provide tools, resources and services to strengthen its network of 155 community-based Goodwill organizations across the U.S. and Canada.

Across that network, nearly 80% of revenue from the sale of donated goods are used to fund the Goodwill® mission of providing job placement and training, and support services such as childcare, financial education, transportation, tax preparation and mentoring to meet the specific needs of their communities. Goodwill strives to serve more communities and more people every day, which is the very heart of philanthropy.


Goodwill Industries International is a network of 155 community-based, autonomous organizations in the U.S. and Canada with a presence in 12 other countries. GII is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that provides people with opportunities and support to empower themselves and thrive through training, development and employment. Local Goodwill organizations provide career navigation, skills training, job placement and other community-based services funded in part by selling donated clothing and household items in nearly 3,300 stores and at®.