Over the last 75 years, Thousands have passed through Goodwill of Greater Washington's doors, and have left with a greater since of self-worth and purpose, and a new found motivation fueled through education, but most importantly, employment. Read some of the success stories to see for yourself the impact that Goodwill has in the community through individuals.
Ronald and Patricia, husband and wife, are recent Goodwill of Greater Washington graduates.
Ronald’s most recent painting is a portrait of his wife, Patricia, and himself. Ronald was inspired by the gratitude he feels for Goodwill and its donors. Your support helped both Ronald and Patricia attain meaningful and sustainable employment. They have much to be thankful for this year, starting with you.
Earlier this year, Eric Battle was laid off from his job at a federal government contract site. After six months of searching, Eric accepted an opportunity with Goodwill, which excited him because of the organization’s values, benefits, and focus on working with people with disabilities.
In 2011, Mark Hunt entered Goodwill's Green Pathway construction program after searching for a job and a rocky employment history. When Mark graduated he was full of hope and had a dream, but it was a process to get there. After many months of unemployment after graduation, Goodwill decided to put Mark in transitional work in our eCommerce department.
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