Evergreen Goodwill of Northwest Washington has been committed to helping bridge the "digital divide" within the communities we serve through our vital Job Training and Education Programs and services. We do this by bringing digital literacy to the forefront of many of the courses and programs we offer, as well as by helping people in the community gain access to the internet and various forms of technology.
“I want to become a U.S. citizen, I want to vote.” – HangTran
HangTran has been working hard to learn English and get ready for her naturalization interview and exam with hopes of one day being able to permanently call the United States home – all with the strong support of our Goodwill team here to help.
“I love what I do.” – Katy
It’s been 18 years since Katy, a retail assistant manager, walked into her hometown Goodwill looking for a job. Little did she know at the time, that opportunity would transform into a flourishing career that has led to countless personal and professional successes.
Thanks to Goodwill's partnership with United Way of King County, tax experts will be available at our Burien Goodwill location through April 21 to help you file your taxes in person. For people living outside of King County, we've compiled a list of free in-person and virtual programs to help you get your taxes filed on time.
Whatcom Talk: Comcast, Evergreen Goodwill Team Up to Bring Connection and Opportunity through Free Classes
Learn more about Evergreen Goodwill's efforts to help bridge the "digital divide" and our partnership with Comcast Washington, which has assisted us in improving the technology available at our Job Training and Education Centers and in being able to provide vital technological resources to our students.
Get ready for Valentine's Day by shopping Goodwill! Whether you're celebrating the holiday with your sweetie or having a "Galentine's Day" gathering with a few close friends, Goodwill is here to help you find your favorite rom-com film, a selection of unique gifts or create a one-of-a-kind tablescape.
“I wanted to change as many lives as I possibly could cause I got tired of seeing the same thing over and over again.”
Monique has made it her life mission to set young people up for success. For the last 25 years, she's shaped the lives of countless people and is now representing Evergreen Goodwill as the Youth Program Director. She's committed to expanding the organization's reach and hopes to continue amplifying our efforts surrounding diversity, equity, and inclusion
“I want to tell anyone about Goodwill – that Goodwill help people.” – Pramuan.
Evergreen Goodwill has been a transformative piece of Pramuan’s life as he seeks to become a U.S. citizen after emigrating from Thailand. While participating in our Citizenship Test Preparation and ESOL classes, Pramuan had a vested interest in not only his own success but of his fellow classmates, too.
“This company has helped me get into an apartment, and then helped me learn how to be a material handler, to a material handler lead, to a material handler supervisor.” – Joseph
Working at Goodwill provides much more than just a paycheck for many of our employees, but rather a second chance at life. Combining his perseverance with Goodwill’s network of support, Joseph has built a career, secured stable housing, achieved sobriety, and reunited with his daughter.
Jim Dever and Saint Bryan from KING5 Evening visited Evergreen Goodwill's flagship Dearborn nonprofit thrift store to put together several trending looks in men's fashion.