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Helping people
prepare for, find,
and keep good jobs
is what Goodwill
is all about.

4,919

total people served in 2017
 

1,328

people placed into competitive employment

237

program participants who worked and earned paychecks at Goodwill

Success Story: Michael

“My life is on track.” Michael attributes his success to training and support from Goodwill Industries, and his employer, Industrial Metal Cleaning Corporation.

“Goodwill gave me a feeling of hope knowing I always had them behind me,” he said.

Learn how Michael turned away from gangs and prison, and completely changed his life and outlook.

Read Michael's story here »

New retail center planned

Goodwill officials are pleased to announce they are in the early planning stages of creating a multi-faceted retail center inside the former Kmart building on East Apple Avenue in Muskegon. Plans include a deep-discount retail outlet store selling merchandise by the pound, as well as a specialty store. The project also includes the relocation of Goodwill's e-commerce and donated goods divisions, and an expansion of its recycling efforts. 

Read more here »

Healthcare career training

Goodwill Industries of West Michigan is a designated referral partner of the America's Promise Grant -- a federally funded program that provides career assessment, coaching, financial and job placement assistance for people interested in a career in healthcare.

For more information, contact Trinell Payne-Scott at (231) 722-7871, ext. 1059.