Our Mission

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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What's New

In partnership with the Colorado State University Extension office, Goodwill Industries of Denver will be hosting three AgrAbility workshops this fall specifically for Rural Coloradans living with spinal cord injuries (SCI), multiple sclerosis (MS), cerebral palsy (CP), amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and traumatic brain Injuries (TBI).

Madisyn Higgins has a developmental disability, but it doesn’t stop her from working hard. This summer she showed up early, always with a smile, and so impressed her bosses that they want her around permanently. Madisyn is a success story of Goodwill’s Career Development Program.

Goodwill Industries International has conducted its own investigation to get all of the facts surrounding this viral Facebook post. The incident referenced in the posting did not happen at a Goodwill retail store operated by Goodwill Industries of Denver.

Goodwill Industries of Denver is thrilled to receive a continuation of Mile High United Way’s Strategic Investment Grant for the 2017 – 2018 school year. The $75,000 grant will fund Goodwill’s Youth Career Development programming across the Denver metro area.

The 15th Annual Driving for Diplomas Goodwill Golf Classic and subsequent 19th Hole Celebration raised nearly $200,000 to support at-risk students across the metro area and northern Colorado.

The Denver Police Department recently got a $483,000 grant from the Department of Homeland Security for programs aimed at combatting violence. A sub-grant was awarded to Goodwill Industries of Denver to facilitate a mentoring program in which Denver Police Officers will work directly with disadvantaged youth within the Denver Public School District.

William “Bill” Ducey was 86 years young and had only just celebrated his retirement from Goodwill a month ago on June 22. Bill passed away on July 15.

Campus program partners with governments and companies, like Goodwill Industries of Denver, for access-driven workforce transformation.

Before you pay for a costly repair this summer, find and support Goodwill's "Good Bikes" workshop.

Goodwill Industries of Denver receives $10,000 grant from Xcel Energy Foundation to fund its STEM initiative.

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