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Goodwill volunteer mentor Martin Pocs dedicates his time to eighth graders through the Goodwill's Youth Career Development Program.
Goodwill expands FREE eight-week financial training program. Additional class will be held at Goodwill Industries of Denver Headquarters on Federal Blvd. starting June 25.
If you tend to eschew “fast fashion” and big-box stores for thrift and secondhand shops, you’re not alone. More and more shoppers are discovering the thrill of the hunt (that zing you get when you score a high-quality find for waaaay less than retail) and spending more sustainably by shopping at resale and vintage shops. In Denver, there are dozens of places to find gently used treasures. Here are six you won’t want to miss.
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Madisyn Higgins commanded the stage last week at the Goodwill Power of Work luncheon telling a crowd of 800 her story about her life with Autism and all her goals.
It was originally founded back on April 4, 1918. Goodwill Denver now employs more than 1,500 people.
Goodwill Industries of Denver started back in 1918 at the Epworth Church on Lawrence Street. Methodist Deaconess Melissa Briggs would ride her bike around Denver collecting donations, and put people to work fixing them up.
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.