We provide a broad array of employment-related education and workforce development programs and services for people with physical and mental disabilities and other special needs.
Our employment services programs are accredited by CARF, an independent, non-profit accrediting body whose official certification is a mark of distinction among agencies that provide such services.
We have 31 stores and several other businesses to help to support our programs and to provide training and employment opportunities for clients. Revenues from Goodwill stores – along with income from our other business units, salvage sales, contract work, rehabilitation grants and fees, and public support – go directly to job-training services and equipment needed by people with disabilities and disadvantages.
An average of over 90% of all revenue raised by Goodwill supports our job-training and employment programs.