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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 $10,000 in order to provide career navigation resources for local youth at the new Moorhead Recreation Center in Aurora.
2017 World Value Index report unveils people’s perceptions on 150 leading brands and their perceived value to the communities and audiences they serve.
The main stores I shop at are Walmart, Dollar Tree, and...drum roll please.....GOODWILL! Yes, that's right! I have learned to find such amazing, hidden treasures in my town's Goodwill.
Where there’s a Goodwill, there’s a great find. Get shopping at your local Goodwill to generate job creation in your community today.
Goodwill Industries of Denver is thrilled to celebrate its third class of graduating BankWork$ students! 19 future bankers received their certificates endorsed by the Colorado Bankers Association in a ceremony held on Tuesday, May 23 at the Commons on Champa in Downtown Denver.
2017 Goodwill Inspiration Award winner, Vashawn Pearson, shares his story on Colorado & Co. on 9News.
Looking great doesn’t have to be expensive, we’ll show you how.
Denver State Farm leader receives local honor for above and beyond volunteer work.
Bank of the West supports free financial training program facilitated by Goodwill Industries of Denver that connects job seekers to careers in banking.
Jerry Michel shares his AgrAbility success story. The Colorado AgrAbility program ensures Colorado farmers and ranchers are able to continue working in Agriculture, despite a long term illness, permanent injury, aging or a change in condition.
The State Farm™ Foundation gives $15,000 to support the free financial training program facilitated by Goodwill Industries of Denver.
Goodwill Industries of Denver CEO Stuart Davie is a onetime global business executive whose mission is to help those in poverty.
Thrift stores like Goodwill sell wedding dresses and more.
"Anything can be possible if you keeping working hard and not giving up on your dreams," Vashawn Pearson, 2017 Goodwill Power of Work Inspiration Award winner.
This Earth Day, Ikea in Centennial and Goodwill Industries of Denver are teaming up to keep old furniture out of landfills.
Do you want to pop some tags? Do you have $20 (or more… or less) in your pocket? Or maybe you just need some new furniture and are on a tight budget? No matter your wants or needs, you are guaranteed to find it at a GREAT price at one of these 7 incredible Denver thrift stores:
It’s that time of year when many people are spring cleaning and finding themselves with extra things around the house they want to donate. Take a behind-the-scenes look at what happens to your stuff from the Goodwill donation bin, all the way to the recycling process.
More than 120 Goodwill advocates, including CEOs, staff, board members and program participants from across the country, gathered in Washington, D.C. as part of Goodwill’s Advocacy Event: Ten Years of Goodwill on the Hill. Among the advocates were South High School graduate Amodj Manga and Goodwill Denver Youth Services Specialist Ruthann Kallenberg.