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An Inside Look at Goodwill's 2014 Community Impact Report

Posted by Guest on September 30, 2015

While the dust has settled on 2014, the impact of Goodwill has been well received in 2015, as evident by our 2014 Community Impact Report. While the report this year took on a bit more traditional layout, the content of our report is displayed in an impactful way through the use of creative visuals and 2014’s theme – Building for the Future.

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Annual Event Advances Goodwill's Mission

Posted by Julie O'Malley on September 23, 2015

The annual “Retro Rendezvous” is Goodwill’s biggest event of the year. Our theme this year is Instant Replay and there’s a full lineup of  entertainers—memorable moments of songs and entertainment-- for what promises to be an outstanding evening.
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Goodwill's New Headquarters Take the Spotlight

Posted by Julie O'Malley on June 24, 2015

  • “Reinforces the Goodwill brand message” 
  • “Strong Mission presence”
  • “Great to be part of the Greendale community”
  • “Welcoming environment”
  •  “Matches our culture”
  • “Very inviting, lively design”
  •  “Wonderful place to see the mission in action every day”

That’s a sampling of comments shared by employees and visitors about our new Goodwill Center for Work and Training – Southwest Campus in Greendale.  It’s a special place with a rich history in the community. 

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Goodwill's First Annual Business Development Retreat

Posted by Mike Matus on February 4, 2015

Last month, Goodwill Industries of Southeastern Wisconsin, Inc. held our first annual Business Development Retreat. The retreat brought together the various teams from across our social enterprise who are involved in our efforts to engage with employers, throughout southeastern Wisconsin and metropolitan Chicago, as we look to improve the lives of other through the Power of Work.

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An Inside Look: Goodwill Great Lakes Federal Services

Posted by Mike Matus on October 1, 2014

Working for Goodwill Industries of Southeastern Wisconsin, Inc. can take you in many different directions but the common thread which runs through all is the feeling of a shared community committed to our mission – providing training, employment and supportive services for people with disabilities or disadvantages who seek greater independence. That commitment is evident throughout all of our mission operations and the training and work we perform on a daily basis. A wonderful example is our work with the U.S. Navy.

You will be inspired when you visit Naval Stations Great Lakes, the U.S. Navy’s only boot camp! Individuals with significant disabilities work closely with our trained professionals to provide a wide array of services to the U.S. Navy recruits, such as food, administrative, logistics services, as well as laundry services. Take a closer look at what we did in 2013:

  • Served nearly 8.5 million meals to the recruits
  • Handled 2.4 million pieces of mail
  • Issued 2.7 million uniform pieces to Sailors and recruits
  • Processed nearly 14 million pounds of laundry
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Goodwill Laundry & Linen Services

Posted by Mike Matus on September 3, 2014

Goodwill Laundry & Linen Services – another “I didn’t know Goodwill did that” mission operation. I would like to continue to highlight the businesses which Goodwill Industries of Southeastern Wisconsin operates to fulfill our mission of providing training, employment and supportive services to people with disabilities and disadvantages, who seek greater independence.

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