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On September 14, community volunteers from various organizations dedicated their time to causes they are passionate about.
Glitter Gala, Halloween and Glitter Sale are three of the biggest events of the year at Seattle Goodwill and they all take place within about three weeks! Learn more about these Fall events at Seattle Goodwill.
Raniya is one of many Seattle Goodwill volunteers who are making a tremendous impact. Raniya volunteers in Job Training and Education (JTE) classes and fully supports Goodwill's mission.
Diana has volunteered for more than a year, participating in job readiness workshops, the 10th Annual Glitter Gala & Fashion Show and Goodwill's Thank-a-Thon.
Jeff has volunteered countless hours conducting financial literacy workshops at many of Seattle Goodwill's 24 store locations. His donated time has provided many benefits to Goodwill employees.
Natalie is one of three interns who have been tasked with designing the looks that will grace the 2017 Glitter Gala Fashion Show runway Saturday, November 4 at Hangar 30 in Magnusson Park.
Taya is one of three interns who have been tasked with designing the looks that will grace the 2017 Glitter Gala Fashion Show runway Saturday, November 4 at Hangar 30 in Magnusson Park.
The 10th annual Glitter Gala will be held on Saturday, November 4, 2017, in the Hangar 30 event space in Magnuson Park in Seattle. We anticipate a sell-out crowd of 650 community and business leaders.
Without volunteer support Seattle Goodwill wouldn’t have the resources to serve the 9,767 Job Training and Education students it did last year. A total of 780 volunteers committed 13,230 hours toward serving Goodwill’s mission of creating better economic opportunity for individuals facing significant barriers to employment.