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Goodwill Computer Skills Training Program Leads to National Recognition

Posted by Goodwill Staff on June 9, 2022

Goodwill® is proud to congratulate Cherie Hill-Mayers for being selected by SourceAmerica as the 2022 Evelyne Villines Award winner.

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Men’s Health Month: What it means to Goodwill’s Multicultural Impact Program Members

Posted by Goodwill Community Relations Department on June 7, 2022

Taking care of your health – whether it be physical, mental or spiritual can have lasting effects on other aspects of your life including work. This is especially important for men to keep in mind. According to Men’s Health Network, men die at higher rates for nine of the top ten causes of death including cancer, diabetes, suicide and accidents; and diseases of the heart, kidney and liver. During Men’s Health Month, we’re helping to heighten the awareness of preventable health problems among men and boys.

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Goodwill Community Partner Offers Life-Changing Services to Women

Posted by Goodwill Community Relations Department on March 29, 2022

Meaningful community impact requires strategic collaboration. In honor of Women’s History Month, we are pleased to recognize the evolution of the collaborative relationship between Goodwill Community Relations , and Convergence Resource Center (CRC) , an ongoing partnership since 2018.

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Goodwill and American Red Cross Provide Relief for Fire Victims

Posted by Goodwill Community Relations Department on March 23, 2022

Annual observance celebrates turning compassion into action

Partnerships with like-minded organizations play an important role in Goodwill’s efforts to support and connect with the community.

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Meals on Wheels program deepens connection with participants during pandemic

Posted by Goodwill Staff on July 15, 2021

For many homebound seniors, the likelihood of becoming isolated from their natural social structures like family and friends is very high. When you add in the effects of a global pandemic, the risk of facing those challenges jumps exponentially.

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Goodwill partners with African American Leadership Alliance to support development of Milwaukee’s diverse talent

Posted by Goodwill Community Relations Department on May 14, 2021

As part of April’s National Volunteer Month, leaders from across Goodwill came together for a virtual Act of Goodwill volunteering as supporters and allies of the work of community partner, African American Leadership Alliance Milwaukee (AALAM), to improve racial equity in Milwaukee and develop the region as a destination where everyone can thrive.

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Goodwill Celebrates YMCA Welcoming Week

Posted by Goodwill Community Relations Department on January 11, 2021

In September 2020, Goodwill partnered with the YMCA of Metropolitan Milwaukee and Welcoming America on a multi-day Welcoming Week celebration of diversity and inclusion. The event brought together the multi-cultural population of more than 100 employees at the James O. Wright (JOW) Center for Work & Training on Milwaukee’s northwest side.

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Supporting Our Kenosha Community

Posted by Goodwill Staff on September 4, 2020

Local groups and businesses worked together to feed the community and bring positivity to Uptown Kenosha after an emotional week of protests in response to the shooting of Jacob Blake left some businesses destructed or closed.

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Milwaukee Students Celebrate Completion of Lead2Change’s Dream.Explore.Build Program

Posted by Goodwill Community Relations Department on August 13, 2020

On August 6, Milwaukee high school students celebrated their accomplishments and completion of Lead2Change’s Dream.Explore.Build program. The career-readiness program is designed to engage high school students in cultivating their dreams, exploring their strengths, and building their futures.

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Goodwill Celebrates African American Leaders Essential to Success

Posted by Goodwill Community Relations Department on March 15, 2020

February marked Black History Month, honoring the triumphs and struggles of prominent African Americans who have made significant contributions to America and the rest of the world.

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