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Goodwill provides education, career development, and employment opportunities to help Coloradans in need achieve self-sufficiency, dignity, and hope through the Power of Work.

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  • For Jordan Clayton, making music is not just a passion; it’s a gateway to a successful future. He makes time to be an artist and an activist, all while helping out at home and caring for his mom who suffers from chronic health issues. Click below to learn how Goodwill helped Jordan succeed.
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It was through Step 13 that Mark learned about the BankWork$ program, which launched in Denver in 2016 through a partnership with Goodwill Industries and with support from companies including U.S. Bank.

"I had reached a point where I just felt like I couldn't do anything right. I couldn't right the course," Petersen said. "They're providing me with everything that I need in order to reach my dreams."

A new online program will help individuals improve their job marketability and businesses train their workforce. CSU Online and Goodwill Industries of Denver recently partnered to launch the Essential Soft Skills for Employment digital badge program.

Host Nancy Blizzard and Guest Jessica Montour of Fashion Forward explore the bargains at thrift stores, including Goodwill’s Déjà Blue Boutique in Cherry Creek!

Around the holiday season, I wrote a lot about shopping at thrift stores, finding good deals on both gifts and decorations. But now it’s January, a time when a lot of people look around and say “where did all this stuff come from?"

The Albertsons Companies Foundation is investing in Colorado’s future workforce by supporting at-risk youth across the metro area and northern Colorado. The foundation awarded Goodwill Industries of Denver a $2,500 grant to serve more than 18,000 students across the region.

My name is Yumino Kimura. I came to the United States from Japan in May, 1970, and I have lived in Denver, Colorado since. Several years ago, I started thinking about how to repay my debt of gratitude to America. When I reached retirement age, an idea flashed into my mind–to volunteer!

After much success with its inaugural session, Goodwill Industries of Denver is set to host its second BankWork$™ class at the 15509 E. Iliff Avenue location in Aurora on Monday, January 9.

Since 2014, Denver Police officers have taken on the role of mentor through Goodwill Industries of Denver’s GoodGuides program. One day a week, the officers meet with their mentees in an effort to help better prepare them for their futures.

The Adolph Coors Foundation awarded Goodwill Industries of Denver a $15,000 grant to serve more than 18,000 students in the Denver metro area and northern Colorado.