Reduce homelessness, hunger, addiction, family instability, and more by treating a cause and not just the symptoms.
Homelessness, hunger, addiction, family instability, and reliance on government assistance are all associated with unemployment. When you donate cash, you will be helping Goodwill place Southern Nevadans into local jobs thereby reducing the demand for other services.
Goodwill is an upward mobility catalyst for the hardest to place job seekers.
Goodwill helps job seekers remove their barriers to employment and puts them on a customized path to learn soft skills, acquire training and ultimately find a good job. In 2016, Goodwill broke new records by providing services to over 14,000 people (across all programs combined). The agency’s employment programs put over 3,000 Nevadans into local jobs.
Goodwill’s social enterprise means 100 percent of your financial contributions directly impact job seekers.
Because Goodwill’s retail stores cover the administrative and management costs, all of the funds you contribute go directly to job training and placement services, and not our overhead.
Goodwill’s career coaches make your contributions go farther.
For every $1 contributed, individuals placed by Goodwill into local jobs earn $33. In 2016, individuals placed by Goodwill into local jobs earned $59 million in earned wages helping to build our local economy.
Will you give a Southern Nevadan the gift of a job?