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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2019 Goodwill poll finds favorite costume styles for Halloween
Check out the spooky, cute, and goofy costumes you can buy at a Goodwill Denver without haunting your bank account. They're having a 50% Off Sale on Saturday, Oct. 5th!
Get more costume for your buck at Goodwill!
The living dead will invade downtown Denver on Saturday for the 14th annual Zombie Crawl.
We have lofty goals for gala season—both for the funds we raise for the community and for the ensembles we don while celebrating them. For the latter, this fine lookbook is brimming with fresh possibilities. Ready to put on the ritz?
In the Pikes Peak region, about 18,000 people have some form of disability. With autism rates on the rise, parents are looking for ways to help their children and young adults prepare for the future. Goodwill's "Possibilities" program uses a fake town for real change.
En noticias de interés para nuestra comunidad, cientos de latinos en Colorado buscan una oportunidad en la industria financiera y ahora en Denver se ofrecen recursos gratuitos para que esa puerta se abra.
Some adults in Denver are getting free training in the skills needed for jobs in banking. The program, run by Goodwill Industries of Denver, is called BankWork$.
A video produced by Goodwill Industries of Denver was awarded a regional EMMY® award from the Heartland Chapter of the National Academy of Arts & Sciences.
Denver’s Goodwill is coming together with the Goodwills in western and southwest Colorado to merge as one. That should mean more resources to help more people. The organization will now serve all 64 counties across the state.