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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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What's New

Goodwill Industries of Denver is pleased to announce new leadership to its Board of Directors. After holding its annual elections, Dan May, Chief Financial Officer of Renal Ventures Management, was selected as the new Chairman of the Board.

Nicole Magloire is a Youth Services Specialist at Goodwill Industries of Denver. She wrote the following reflection about a recent Goodwill student field trip on her personal blog that has no affiliation with Goodwill Industries of Denver.

Students from Goodwill's Student Advisory Council modeled prom attire on Daybreak on Colorado's Own Channel 2. Each of the students' outfits were from Goodwill's Déjà Blue Boutique in the Cherry Creek North Shopping District.

The League of Women Voters of Denver recognized an employee of Goodwill Industries of Denver as one of 13 Women to Watch on Sunday, March 19.

The product isn’t the point of the presentations. The real goals are to work as a team, practice public speaking and gain confidence.

7Everyday Hero Yumino Kimura helps teach English through Goodwill Denver's Newcomer Program. Goodwill volunteer helps refugee students at Denver's South High School.

Goodwill Industries of Denver is thrilled to have several Denver Police Officers mentoring students in its youth career development programming. As part of its partnership with Goodwill, the Denver Police Department will be hosting a group of nearly 50 students from Thomas Jefferson High School on a tour of its Police Headquarters and Crime Lab on Tuesday, March 21.

Goodwill Industries of Denver was selected as one of dozens of organizations nationwide to receive a Quality of Life grant from the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation. The $14,000 grant will fund Goodwill Denver’s AgrAbility workshops targeted to farmers and ranchers with spinal cord injuries and their families.

College and career prep classes receive weekly visits from volunteers through Goodwill Industries.

A new online program can help individuals improve their job marketability — and help businesses train their workforce.