Seattle Goodwill has recently created the Empowerment Fund to support greater equity and opportunity for women and girls by providing funding for job training and education opportunities for this historically marginalized group.
While the disappointment that it’s not our Seahawks competing in Super Bowl 53 looms heavy in the Seattle air, we’re still planning on partying like it’s 2014.
At a time when our country and world is becoming increasingly divided, the power of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s message of solidarity and commitment to serving others has never been more important or more necessary.
Nonprofit organizations can also play a critical and essential role in closing the equity gap for disadvantaged students.
On September 14, community volunteers from various organizations dedicated their time to causes they are passionate about.
Doing taxes for many is that task put off week-after-week until tax day sends everyone scrambling last-minute to get their taxes completed. Seattle Goodwill has a stress-free solution.
Seattle Goodwill officially expanded its Youth Aerospace Program to Renton with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Friday, July 14, at the program's new space in Renton Technical College's Annex Building.
Whether you’re the wear-green-so-I-don’t-get-pinched type, or the wholehearted celebrant of all things Irish—or anywhere in between—St. Patrick’s Day can be a fun day to celebrate with those around you. You might celebrate with a pint at the local Irish pub, by running a marathon, by decking yourself in green, orange, and white and shamrocks galore, by putting together an epic playlist of Irish artists, or by sharing Irish cuisine with friends.