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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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.

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.

Customers can schedule an appointment to check out the bikes at Goodwill headquarters in Denver, or to schedule a tune up for their own bike.

Bank of America gives $10,000 to support the free financial training program facilitated by Goodwill Industries of Denver.

Ernie Bjorkman of Channel 2 Daybreak heads to Goodwill to find some new clothes for work.

Goodwill Industries of Denver, with 30 stores and nine stand-alone drop-off centers in the metro area, is one of several places in the area that takes e-waste for free. The only item the organization won’t take are televisions.

Pinnacol awarded Goodwill Industries of Denver $10,000 in order to provide career navigation resources for local youth at the new Moorhead Recreation Center in Aurora.

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