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  • Goodwill Mission Stories
    Believing in the Power of Work

    At Goodwill we strive to meet the needs of the communities we serve through the Power of Work. Our mission has remained strong for 100 years and without you, it simply wouldn't be possible for us to help individuals like Roosevelt, a U.S. Navy veteran who fell on hard times. See how Goodwill services helped turn his life around ...

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  • Foster Grandparent Program
    We're looking for Foster Grandparents!

    Foster grandparents are role models, offering a stable, loving presence in a young person's life. They provide an extra pair of hands and eyes in the classroom and Goodwill is currently seeking volunteers. See more information now!

  • Attend a Goodwill Hiring Event
    Attend a Goodwill Hiring Event in Menomonee Falls!

    Are you looking for an amazing career opportunity? Then check out our hiring event on Wednesday, March 13 at our Goodwill Store & Donation Center at W178 N9315 Water Tower Place in Menomonee Falls from 5 to 8 p.m. We're looking to fill multiple team member positions!

  • EmpowerOne
    EmpowerOne

    Through EmpowerOne, individuals with disabilities build the skills and independence needed to be successful in employment and be a real part of their community.

  • Goodwill hires military veterans! Join our team today!
  • See Goodwill's Top Jobs now!
  • Looking for new technology on a budget? Visit Goodwill ReTech for refurbished laptops, tablets and more!
  • Project Search
    Project SEARCH

    Project SEARCH is an innovative, business-driven transition program for young adults with disabilities. The goal is to develop job and social skills through on-site internship experiences that lead to competitive employment in the community.

  • Donate your vehicle to Goodwill
  • Goodwill E-cycle
    Goodwill E-cycle

    We have a dedicated team that is here to help you formulate a responsible disposal plan for current and future e-waste.

  • Donate to Goodwill
    Donate to Goodwill

    Donations from the community are the lifeblood of Goodwill Store & Donation Centers. The sale of those donated items fund our mission of providing training, employment and supportive services for people with disabilities or disadvantages.

  • Work for Goodwill
    Goodwill is hiring!

    Are you looking for an invigorating career in retail? We have immediate job openings! Apply online today.

Goodwill’s training programs and services help people find jobs.

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Diverse Non-profit Organization

Goodwill Industries of Southeastern Wisconsin is a diverse 501(c)(3) non-profit community organization governed by a volunteer board of directors. We provide training, employment and supportive services for people with disabilities or disadvantages who seek greater independence. This mission — over 90 years strong — strengthens individuals, families and communities.

As of January Goodwill helped 9,073 people!

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Mobility Store Partnership

If you have medical equipment that you no longer use, why not consider donating it to the Mobility Store. We are partnering with the Mobility Store that offers quality, refurbished medical equipment and other aids at a considerably reduced price. For more information regarding this program visit www.ifmobility.org.

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NEW Service—Goodwill E-cycle

Electronic waste is a growing issue for many companies. With the rapid pace of technology, the life cycle of these electronic components is getting shorter and shorter, creating more e-waste than ever before.

That's where Goodwill E-cycle can help. Understanding these needs, we have a dedicated team that is here to help you formulate a responsible disposal plan for current and future e-waste. 

Goodwill Workforce Connection Centers

Goodwill Workforce Connection Centers were opened in the greater Milwaukee area as a response to the downturn in the economy that has left so many in our community without work, many for the first time in years. For those looking for work the process is often overwhelming and they aren’t sure where to start.

WISCONSIN
Mission Support Center
Tel: (414) 847-4200

James O. Wright Center forWork & Training
Tel: (414) 353-6400

ILLINOIS
Metropolitan Chicago -
Administration
Tel: (312) 994-1440