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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

For only $7, shoppers can fill a paper bag with unsorted clothing and linens. Merchandise will be displayed in large warehouse containers in the center of the sales floor. It's all about the thrill of the hunt!
 
1934 E. Sherman Blvd. Muskegon location only!
 

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MoneyWorks receives grant funding

Goodwill’s MoneyWorks program that offers free tax preparation and other financial services recently received a combined $32,000 in funding from the United Way of the Lakeshore and the Fremont Area Community Foundation.

“We are so grateful to our community partners for their continued support,” said Resource Development Coordinator Kim Harsch. “Last tax season the program returned $3.4 million to the community.”

Read the press release here. »

Welcome Chad!

Goodwill Industries is pleased to Welcome Chad Kuipers as its new industrial services manager.

“Chad’s expertise is a rare combination of manufacturing and human service work needed for this position,” said Goodwill President and CEO Jeanette Hoyer. “We’re thrilled to have him on board.”

Learn more about Chad here. »