After sorting their parents' belongings when they passed away, a sister and brother from the Binghamton area encountered an unexpected find. Later, they donated clothes and household items to the Goodwill store located at 12 Glenwood Avenue in Binghamton, NY.
Unbeknownst to the donors, their parents had hidden a sizable amount of money in a box containing an appliance they took to Goodwill.
Goodwill NY-NJ and Village Playback Theatre have been awarded a National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) grant to support a series of interactive performances designed to decrease the stigma related to mental illness and educate the public in Queens, NY.
Based on fear, misunderstanding or a lack of information about mental illness, stigma may cause people to delay treatment or to experience discrimination in employment, housing and other areas of their lives.
We are pleased to announce that MakeSpace continues to partner with Goodwill to help you get rid of the clothing you no longer need or wear!
Starting now, when you schedule your first free empty MakeSpace bin drop-off, you will receive a shiny blue MakeSpace + Goodwill bag included. While you pack your bins, toss any unwanted items you’d like to donate to Goodwill in the bag. Then hand it to the MakeSpace Upload Team when they pick up your bins. They will take care of the rest.
Operation: GoodJobs offers career assessment, individualized career planning, financial education, job placement and career advancement services, transitional services, family support services, assistance with child care, support for spouse and other family members.
Since 2002, Goodwill’s Compliance Division has supported the organization in achieving transparency and accountability, operating under the highest legal and ethical standards. Visit the Compliance page