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.
Ditch your stress and file your taxes for free through United Way's VITA program at participating Goodwill locations.
We were so excited to bring Justyn Jacobs with ThisJustynThrifting into our Glitter Sale shop for a preview. We challenged her to put together a whole outfit for less than $100 dollars with items from the Glitter Sale.
Antonio Smith is part of Seattle Gents, an emerging group of menswear enthusiasts who have a passion for fashion, events and Seattle lifestyle.
Alysse Bryson, Director of Market Development for King 5, has been a passionate thrifter for many years and has even camped out the night before for the annual Goodwill Glitter Sale. She shares some of her favorite tips for shopping Goodwill.
Washington State Governor Jay Inslee visited Seattle Goodwill's King County Job Training and Education Center to learn about youth programming and our Career Connected Learning model.
Help us keep the neighborhood clean! Join Seattle Goodwill Green Team to help cleanup the
Goodwill relies on material donations from the people in our communities to fund our critical and transformative work to provide free job training and education to people with barriers to employment. The community expects us to put their donations to the highest use possible.