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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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  • 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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Thanks to the Colorado AgrAbility program, Colorado farmers and ranchers are able to continue working, despite a long term illness, permanent injury, aging, or a change in condition.

Wells Fargo generously awarded Goodwill a $25,000 grant to support career training for 200 unemployed or underemployed individuals through the BankWork$ program.

Thank you to Subaru of America Foundation, Inc. for its generous support of Goodwill’s mission of helping Coloradans in need achieve greater independence.

Under the guidance of government and health officials, Goodwill of Colorado will begin re-opening select stores throughout the state beginning Friday, May 1, followed by additional openings during the remainder of the month.

In response to the ever-evolving COVID-19 pandemic, Goodwill of Colorado has been proactively seeking opportunities to assist through strategic community partnerships—including recent collaboration with the Colorado Visiting Nurse Association (CVNA) to provide clinical uniforms outfitting frontline nurses helping affected individuals in their homes.

Goodwill's continued response to COVID-19, including temporary store closures and programs available to the community.

Learn about Goodwill's continued response to COVID-19, including temporary store closures and programs available to the community.

Still working on your Christmas gift list? There is an inexpensive way to shop that you might want to consider. A recent survey found nearly half of Millennials and those in Generation Z who responded were OK giving a secondhand gift. It’s called ‘thrifting’ and many young people think it’s even better than buying something new.

Thanks to the generosity of a real-life “Secret Santa,” from now until Christmas, kids can receive a free toy when they visit the Fort Collins Goodwill.

Thanks to a significant financial donation, the Goodwill store in Fort Collins will be giving one free toy to every child from December 7 through Christmas Eve.

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