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Thursday, May 21, 2015

Goodwill Giveaway

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Donate stuff. Create jobs.

There’s never a bad time to clear the clutter out of your home or garage or to do a wardrobe purge. When you donate your stuff to Goodwill, the revenue from the sale of your donations helps fund job training and placement opportunities for people with disabilities and disadvantages directly in your community. That’s cleaning with a purpose.
Goodwill in currently running the “Donate Stuff. Create Jobs” campaign. Thanks to the programs and support services made possible by donations of clothes and household items, more than 261,000 people earned jobs in 2013 – that’s one person finding a job every 27 seconds of every business day. So you’re literally donating your stuff AND helping to create jobs.

Check out this quick PSA:
You can even calculate how much your donation helps your local community by using Goodwill’s Donation Impact Calculator. Simply input the items you’re donating to calculate the number of hours of career counseling, on-the-job training, résumé preparation, financial planning classes, and other services you’ve helped provide someone facing challenges to finding employment.

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48 comments:

  1. I learned that Goodwill provides career counseling, on-the-job training, and résumé preparation

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  2. I didnt realize they helped over 9.8 million people last year

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  3. Last year Goodwill helped 9.8 million people access the career, family and financial support services they needed to succeed.

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  4. I learned that in 2013, we used 83 percent of the revenue generated through your donated stuff to support and grow programs that result in significant social impact for your community members in need of work.

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  5. Financial support services! I wasn't aware that Goodwill helped families learn money skills.

    Thanks for a generous giveaway.

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  6. Last year Goodwill helped 9.8 million people access the career, family and financial support services they needed to succeed.

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  7. I love that they teach money skills!

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  8. Thanks to the programs made possible by your donations, more than 261,000 people earned jobs in 2013 – that’s one person finding a job every 27 seconds of every business day. Thats amazing, and great work. I always donate every spring and fall when I do the closets. Great review, great giveaway. This is a company I can get behind. Fingers crossed!
    ~Crystal

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  9. I learned that when using Goodwill's GoodProspects program you create a free account and join a community of career explorers in sharing ideas, accessing job and training resources, and receiving personalized assistance from our virtual career mentors.

    abfantom at yahoo dot com

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  10. I learned that When you donate to Goodwill, you’ve taken the opportunity to become a job creator and make a significant difference in the lives of individuals living in your community.

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  11. I learned that when someone buys an item that you've donated, they use that money to fund job training and other services. 83 percent of the revenue generated through your donated stuff goes towards support and helps to grow programs that result in significant social impact for those in need of work.

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  12. Last year, over 100,000 people got back to work due to donations to Goodwill.

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  13. I learned that 83 percent of the revenue generated through your donated stuff to support and grow programs that result in significant social impact for your community members in need of work.
    addictedtorodeo at gmail dot com
    Ashley C

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  14. They helped 9.8 million people last year.

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  15. When you donate to Goodwill, you create opportunities for individuals in your community looking to find a job and build skills. :)

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  16. Who are we supposed to follow on Twitter for the last entry?

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  17. I found out that they help some with disabilities gain skills needed to find jobs. Thank you!
    crystalfaulkner2000 at yahoo dot com

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  18. I learned that when you donate to the Goodwill, the money from that helps to train people for jobs. dwelchert at yahoo dot com

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  19. Over the past few years alone, you’ve helped keep billions of pounds of clothing and household items out of landfills.

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  20. I learned that when you donate you create opportunities for individuals in your community looking to find a job and build skills, including veterans and military families, single mothers and many others.

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  21. I learned that Goodwill helps learn financial skills and provide resume preparation

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  22. Last year Goodwill helped 9.8 million people access the career, family and financial support services they needed to succeed.

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  23. I learned that more than 261,000 people earned jobs in 2013 because of people donating

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  24. I learned that Dell Reconnect has kept more than 324 million pounds of computer electronics out of the landfills since 2004.

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  25. I learned that over 100,000 people got back to work last year.

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  26. I learned that Last year they helped more than 9.8 million people access the career, family and financial support services they needed to succeed.

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  27. i learned that last year, 9.8 million people access the career, family and financial support services offered by goodwill

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  28. I learned that in 2013, Goodwill used 83 percent of the revenue generated through donated stuff to support and grow programs that result in significant social impact for community members in need of work.

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  29. I learned that they have helped a LOT of people.

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  30. I learned that in 2013, more than 9.8 million people benefited from Goodwill employment training, job placement services, financial education, youth mentoring and more.

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  31. I had no idea that Goodwill helped people get career counseling, on-the-job training, or résumé preparation. I honestly thought Goodwill was just there to help the disabled citizens with jobs and housing. I learned something today.

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  32. I learned that since 2004, Dell and Goodwill have kept over 324 million pounds of computer electronics out of landfills.

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  33. Local Goodwills across the country provide a variety of training and employment tools to offer maximum opportunity for program participants to reach their full potential.

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  34. 9.8 million people were helped by Goodwill opportunities

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  35. I learned When someone buys your item, we use that money to fund job training and other services.

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  36. Putting effort into your resume pays off!

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  37. I learned that last year, you helped more than 9.8 million people access the career, family and financial support services they needed to succeed

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  38. I learned that more than 261,000 people earned jobs in 2013! WOW

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  39. I learned that in 2013, Goodwill used 83 percent of the revenue generated through your donated stuff to support and grow programs that result in significant social impact for your community members in need of work.

    Geoff K
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  40. I learned that more than 261,000 people earned jobs in 2013 thanks to GoodWill.

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  41. I learned that in 2013, Goodwill used 83 percent of the revenue generated through your donated stuff to support and grow programs that result in significant social impact for your community members in need of work.

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  42. I learned that Goodwill and their Dell Reconnect program helped keep over 324 million pounds of computer e-waste out of landfills since 2004.

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  43. Last year Goodwill helped 9.8 million people access the career, family and financial support services they needed to succeed.

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  44. In 2013, Goodwill used 83 percent of the revenue generated through donated stuff to support and grow programs that result in significant social impact for community members in need of work.

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  45. They helped nearly 10 million people last year!

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  46. I learned this year 109,379 people will get back to work because of them

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  47. I learned that more than 261,000 people earned jobs in 2013.

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