Menu 
<<Annual Campaigns Posted: 01-01-2012

Jobs in ’12: Let’s Put Greater Washington Back to Work
Here at Goodwill of Greater Washington, we have been working to meet the growing need for jobs in our community. In early 2012, we launched our Jobs in ’12: Let’s Put Greater Washington Back to Work campaign.

The generous financial support of thousands of individuals, companies, and foundations has enabled Goodwill not only to meet those goals, but far exceed them! In 2012, our workforce development team trained, equipped and placed 220 people into jobs in the local economy! 220! And Goodwill was fortunate enough to provide over 660 jobs to local residents jobs through our retail stores, janitorial contracts, and our administrative and support divisions.

These are tremendous accomplishments and ones that all Goodwill supporters should celebrate. Thank you for making a difference… YOU DID IT!


Jobs in 2012 Goals

220The number of people Goodwill placed into jobs in the local economy in 2012.
  • Train, equip and place nearly 200 people into new local jobs that support the local economy during 2012.
  • Continue providing 600+ jobs to local residents currently employed through our retail stores, janitorial contracts, and Goodwill’s administrative and support divisions, many of which are filled by people who face significant disabilities or other barriers to employment.

The work of Goodwill never stops. There will be many more that we need to help in 2013, and soon we’ll be launching another effort to empower greater impact in our community, leading to self-sufficiency for many more. But in the meantime, please pause and celebrate this “good news” from Goodwill.




Faces of Goodwill - Success Stories Your donations and shopping fund job training for people with disabilities and disadvantages.
Goodwill of Greater Washington CEO Catherine Maloy with Goodwill Excel student graduation student Shawntay

Faces of Goodwill – Success Story: Shawntay

Posted: August 20, 2018
Shawntay (pictured here with Goodwill of Greater Washington President and CEO, Catherine Meloy) is a resident of Ward 5 in the District of Columbia who graduated

Read More
More Faces of Goodwill...
Shopping

Shop online or find your local Goodwill to start saving!

[learn more]

Education

Goodwill job training programs are no cost to enrolled students and lead to employment.

[learn more]

Employment

Work for Goodwill or use our Career Services to find a job and start your career.

[learn more]

Back to Top
DC Goodwill for Android Install
DC Goodwill for iOS Install
Follow Us!