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 […]
Anita wanted to finish her education. But she found it difficult to keep up her attendance and complete work on time. She had to share a computer with her seven children and husband. She didn’t want to put her schooling aside. And she didn’t want anyone else in her home to feel they needed to
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Amy shopped at Goodwill for many years and knew that her purchases supported social services programs. She was proud to shop and donate at Goodwill. It felt good to help support people in her community. Rebuilding after loss In 2020, a fire raged through her town of Malden, Washington. Her home and everything she built
Leanna struggled with homelessness until she got help from Goodwill’s Housing and Essential Needs (HEN) program. She was so thankful for Goodwill’s help getting her into stable housing. She felt like her life was heading in a better direction and she wanted to take advantage of this new opportunity. She was inspired to enroll back
Alexandria was down on her luck. Her wallet and phone had been stolen. There was nothing she could do to get them back. She tried all available options and decided to accept that the items were gone, and she would have to replace them. Since she no longer had a phone, she used her laptop
Sophia was writing a book. It was hard for her to make progress at an efficient pace because her computer wasn’t reliable. She had many technical issues with it. She didn’t want to give up writing. But she struggled to find the patience she needed to work on her beat-up laptop. What she really needed
Christy wasn’t satisfied with how her life was going. She spent a lot of time sleeping in her car. She wanted to get a job so she could work toward a brighter future. She didn’t have a computer of her own. So she would visit the public library to use their digital resources. However that
Tyler found communicating difficult. It wasn’t easy for him to talk to people face-to-face. He thought if he could communicate digitally, it wouldn’t be such a struggle. But he didn’t have a computer or internet connection. In addition to wanting to communicate with people, Tyler also wanted to get a job. He thought that would
Dorita struggles with her vision. Pages, signs, and screens were difficult for her to see. Because of these issues, she stopped going to college. She felt discouraged to continue because the text was so hard for her to read. She didn’t know what support she could get. The time came when she needed the internet.