Evergreen Goodwill of Northwest Washington announced today that its board of directors has selected Libby Johnson McKee as the next president and CEO, ushering in a new chapter in leadership for the workforce development provider and mission-driven thrift retailer.
SEATTLE — Evergreen Goodwill of Northwest Washington announced today that Daryl Campbell, who has served as president and CEO of the nonprofit organization for the last 10 years, has announced his retirement. His last day will be March 22, 2024. A committee comprising members of the board of directors will oversee the selection process for Evergreen Goodwill next president and CEO.
As Evergreen Goodwill celebrates Black History Month, we are drawing inspiration from the theme "Art as a Platform for Social Justice," identified by the National Museum of African American History & Culture for 2024. There is a rich tapestry of African American history and culture, particularly within our region.
Evergreen Goodwill Opens New Location for Sedro-Woolley Community – Becoming the Organization’s 25th Location
Evergreen Goodwill expands its mission and impact with first store opening in 10 years.
Evergreen Goodwill is excited to announce the grand opening of its latest retail store, located in Sedro-Woolley, WA. Opening its doors at 9:00 am on February 2, 2024, Sedro-Woolley marks the organization’s 25th retail space and first new location in nearly a decade.
Over the last 100 years, Evergreen Goodwill has transformed from an up-and-coming thrifting operation to a pillar of the Northwest Washington community. This resilience is a testament to our incredible workforce, donors, and shoppers supporting our mission to transform lives through the power of education and quality employment.
Despite the ongoing Great Recession, Evergreen Goodwill became the fifth largest Goodwill region in North America by 2014.
Following the growth of the 1990s, Evergreen Goodwill began to take a more holistic approach to its social programs in the early 2000s.
In the 1990s, the Pacific Northwest experienced significant cultural and economic shifts, with Evergreen Goodwill at the forefront of this transformation.
The 1980s were an electrifying time, not only because of the vibrant fashion and music but also because of the revolutionary rise of the personal computer.