Meet Dan, a dedicated member of Goodwill’s Retail Operations Team. He wanted to do more for his team and grow as an individual. So, he started his journey to develop his skills and knowledge. He discovered the Digital Literacy program and found something that sparked his interest. He learned about The Google Digital Career Accelerator […]
In 2015, Tony moved to Spokane, Washington, looking for a fresh start. But things didn’t go as planned. He found himself battling addiction and homelessness. Feeling lost and alone, he didn’t know where to turn for help. Then a close friend of his referred him to Goodwill, and that’s where everything changed. The Power of
Josh had a difficult time with addiction. After years of struggling with substance abuse, he decided to find help and turn his life around. But he learned that recovery was not easy. He needed a place to turn to that felt safe and he needed stable housing. This became an important part in his healing
Read Ky’s success story on how she found the dream job that fit her needs with help from Goodwill’s Employment Services.
Veteran homelessness is an issue that plagues our society, leaving those who have served our country without stable housing. But stories like Brian’s remind us of the power of organizations like Goodwill in making a difference. Discover how together, we can help change the lives of veterans who face the harsh reality of homelessness. Brian
Looking for job opportunities in Moscow, Idaho? Read Johanna’s story on how Goodwill’s Workforce & Family Services helped her gain independence through their Medicaid Supported Employment program. With job coaching, skill-building, and a welcoming community, Johanna gained confidence and landed a job she enjoys. Learn how Goodwill can help you too.
Kioana spent a year living in a shelter. She struggled to take care of herself. It was her first time living on her own. And she wasn’t prepared to take on all the personal responsibilities that she needed. So, she moved into an assisted living facility. Here, she got help with managing things like her
Since 1989, John battled addiction and had mental health concerns. He struggled to keep his sobriety. He participated in drug counseling and rehabilitation services. But it never seemed to stick. Then, in 2003, he moved to Spokane and remained free from opiates. But a new cycle of addiction began with another drug. In 2019, John
Jayme found the digital world difficult to keep up with. She used her mobile phone for her internet needs. But her vision wasn’t the best and she had to strain her eyes to see anything on such a small screen. She tried to find an affordable computer but didn’t have the income to buy a
Cole is a high school student and wanted to start building work experience. He needed help finding a job. So, he enrolled in the School to Work Program at Goodwill. This program helps students with developmental disabilities find a job before they graduate. And they get connected with adult support services. This helps students be