Create a community impact strategy with Goodwill
With nearly 100 years of workforce training experience, Goodwill has a deep understanding of the community’s needs. Partnering with Goodwill will help you meet your branding and philanthropic goals, engage your employees, and reduce your waste, while ultimately bettering our community.
Ways You Can Get Involved
Host your trainings at our workforce centers and utilize our job specialists or hire a pre-screened employee ready to work for your company.
Brand elevation and exposure
Experience the many benefits of aligning your company with Goodwill and its mission through event sponsorship or program funding. We can customize support options to your outreach goals.
Let Goodwill engage your employees through its many flexible volunteering options. You’ll see dividends in loyalty and morale.
Donations and electronics recycling
Recycle your electronics for free! Electronic recycling can be a costly affair for companies. Goodwill's Good Electronics program provides ample, FREE opportunities for your business to get rid of electronic waste or gently used goods to support a great cause. Proceeds from the sale of all donated goods go to support Goodwill’s community programs. In fact, 90% of revenue goes to help people in need!
Contact us today to discuss how Goodwill can help your company with its workforce development needs.
Become a banking partner
BankWork$ trains young adults from low income and minority communities for lasting careers in the financial services industry. The 8-week intensive course is FREE for students and provides training in the skills needed for jobs as tellers, customer service representatives, and personal bankers. As BankWork$ launches in Denver, Goodwill is seeking sponsors and training partners who not only have the skill and capacity to effectively deliver the program, but who share our commitment to BankWork$ graduates in providing ongoing coaching and mentoring post-graduation. Your partnership will open doors and change the lives for Coloradans in need.
Contact Gerard Louison to get started:
If you are a jobseeker and would like to enroll in the BankWork$ program, learn how here.