Important Information from Goodwill of Southern New England

Important Information from Goodwill of Southern New England

As communities begin to feel the impact of the corona virus (COVID-19), I want to share with you the steps we are taking at Goodwill of Southern New England to help protect the health and safety of our customers and team members, which is always our top priority.   We’re closely monitoring local and national reports on the evolving impact of COVID-19 and, based on guidance from the Centers for Disease

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Gearing Up For Spring Cleaning

Gearing Up For Spring Cleaning

It might be hard to imagine warm weather and blue skies in the middle of February throughout New England, but the results of this past Groundhog Day suggest that Spring is just around the corner. On February 2nd, 2020, the famous Punxsutawney Phil did not see his shadow, signaling an early spring to those who believe the legend. But even if you aren’t a believer in local lore, daylight

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Debunking Online Rumors

Debunking Online Rumors

As Goodwill is a widely known charitable entity, a fair amount of misinformation and misrepresentation exists about it. In particular, there are two rumors that have been circulating for nearly 15 years that say that Goodwill sells all donated items for profit and that Goodwill is owned by a man named “Mark Curran.”  First and foremost, we would like to emphasize that Goodwill and all of its locations are

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Think before you donate!

Think before you donate!

GET THE FACTS ABOUT ONLINE RUMORS! “Think before you donate” and we think you will see why donating to Goodwill® is the right choice. Goodwill is the leading workforce provider in the world, placing someone in a new job every 30 seconds of every business day. Goodwill has a more than 117-year track record in providing services to people going through transition, whether due to military service, lack of

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Reentering the Workforce After Incarceration

Reentering the Workforce After Incarceration

In today’s job market, the average person is having an easier time finding work. However, this isn’t always true for people who have been incarcerated. One of the hardest obstacles to overcome is the stigma attached to people who have recently been released from prison. Often previously incarcerated people applying for jobs can feel demoralized when employers reject them, or disregard their resumes without calling them back. Goodwill of

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