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Goodwill Industries of Denver is excited to recognize four brave program participants and one Community Leader at its Annual Power of Work Luncheon on Tuesday, April 17 at the Hyatt Regency Denver.
As more affordable stores leave Boulder, the city still has an abundance of places to buy used goods: six thrift stores, plus twice as many consignment shops, and sellers of pre-owned sports gear and books. And business is booming: The Boulder Goodwill is one of the top-performing stores along the Front Range, averaging nearly 600 customers a day during sale weekends.
Program run through a partnership between Goodwill Industries of Denver, CSU and Department of Agriculture offers advice for aging farmers.
Goodwill's agriculture program aims to keep rural America on its feet despite any physical limitations.
Goodwill Industries of Denver is hosting its annual Major Mock Scholarship Interviews at Hinkley High School on Thursday, February 8, 2018.
Find rare collectibles for a great price at ShopGoodwill.com!
President and CEO Stuart Davie will conclude his five-year commitment with Goodwill this summer.
The Goodwill difference: it’s the easiest way to support your community. Denise highlights Goodwill as the place to find your ugly sweater this holiday season.
Tis the season for ugly sweater parties and contests, but where do you find the ugliest sweater in the neighborhood? Goodwill Denver is a great place to start!
Goodwill Denver shows us some ugly sweaters, just in time for that ugly sweater holiday party!