Goodwill provides education, career development, and employment opportunities to help Coloradans in need achieve self-sufficiency, dignity, and hope through the Power of Work.
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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Goodwill Industries of Denver is excited to announce a new partnership with the Rotary Club of Evergreen. As part of the rotary’s annual Recycle Round-Up, Goodwill Denver will make sure all the unwanted materials dropped off by the Evergreen community will be recycled responsibly.
Mile High United Way continues to impact thousands of students across the metro area and northern Colorado by awarding Goodwill Industries of Denver a $75,000 grant to fund its youth career development programs.
We are pleased to announce that 9News is awarding an outstanding Goodwill Volunteer, Bob Blume, as a 9 Who Cares award winner! Bob has been volunteering with Goodwill’s Youth Career Development Program for 15 years! He has given over 500 hours of his time to Goodwill over his tenure and has provided career mentoring and life guidance to 60 students in 15 different classes.
Charles Schwab 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 $10,000 grant to serve nearly 18,000 students for the 2016-2015 school year.
Check out the hiring events Goodwill is participating in the month of September!
Calling all social-savvy supporters: help us get a chance to win up to $5,000. Xcel Energy Foundation has issued a social media contest, and we’re up to the task. Please take a few minutes and post about us on social media starting Sept. 6 and continuing through Sept. 10.
Join us in a #LaborOfLove. This Labor Day, pledge to put people to work! Last year, Goodwill organizations across the U.S. and Canada provided in-person services to nearly 2 million people. You can help that number grow.
Dating back to the early 1900s, these dolls not only represent the early days of Goodwill Industries of Denver, but the early days of Denver itself. The 2-foot-high doll represents Melissa Briggs.
Create a new life for your Goodwill jeans by designing them with paint and making them look totally different. It’s a very cool DIY project you can do at home! Blogger and crafty lady, Tara Rex, stopped in to show us how we can do it.
If you want to give your jeans your own personal style, we have fun painting tips and ideas from Tara Rex, aka Tara Dara!