Our stores may be closed, but our work continues.
Make no mistake - this is a difficult time for everyone. At Goodwill, we’re working hard to continue our steadfast mission of helping people and families in our community by preparing those in need for sustainable, lasting employment.
And right now, when so many in our community are feeling the impact of this health crisis, there is still so much that we can do. At Goodwill, our bottom line is simple – our mission is to provide free job training, education and basic services to those in need. And even though our stores and donation centers are temporarily closed, we are still delivering on that promise. We are helping the most vulnerable in our community to meet critical needs like rent, utility bills, medical care, and food, to help them get through this tough time. Needs that we couldn’t provide without the support of our neighbors and partners throughout the entire north Puget Sound. Our work readiness training and education also continue online, preparing people for available jobs now, and when this crisis is over.
Spring Cleaning: Six Easy Steps
Social distancing keeps our community safer and it also leaves more time for spring cleaning. Here are some smart cleaning strategies to help you clean quickly and well! Try these tips to tackle living rooms, bedrooms and more.
In the midst of these unprecedented times, Goodwill is working tirelessly to fulfill the growing needs in our community. Here are some ways that you can still support Goodwill during this time.
In line with Governor Jay Inslee’s Stay-at-Home Order, Seattle Goodwill Leadership has made the following decisions in order to protect the health and safety of our community.
This is a challenging time for all of us. At Goodwill, we share your deep concerns and sadness about the impact coronavirus (COVID-19) is having on our community. We are committed to getting through this crisis together, with the health and safety of everyone as our top priority. However long it takes, we will continue to do everything possible to serve the people of this community as we have for nearly 100 years, by providing basic services to those in need, and by helping people get skills and training to get good jobs and take care of themselves and their families.
Tips for finding furniture at Seattle Goodwill!
Thank-a-thon Is a special evening where Goodwill Board, senior leadership, Goodwill Ambassadors, and Job Training and Education staff call donors and volunteers to thank them for their generous commitment to our work.
Our 2019 Annual Report showcases the impact we make in the community. Together with the help of our donors, volunteers and partners we are breaking barriers to economic opportunity for thousands in our region through quality employment training and basic education to people experiencing significant barriers to economic opportunity.
New year, new wardrobe? It's time to tackle cleaning out your closet. JeLisa "JL" Marshall from The Stylist Way gives you expert advice on decluttering your closet to make it match your personal style.
We partnered with the non-profit organization Remake and local style therapist JeLisa "JL" Marshall for a winter clothing swap. Guests brought their gently used cold-weather clothing, shoes and accessories and exchanged items while learning about sustainable fashion.