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Goodwill Evening of Treasures

Honoring Distinguished Patrons
Hosted by Celebrated Voices
Featuring Renowned "Upcycling" Designers
A live Musical Surprise Guest
Featuring Online Auction of Upcycled Garments by Sustainable Designers



 


KEEP THE GOOD GOING

Goodwill Industries empowers individuals with disabilities and other barriers to employment to gain independence through the power of work.

YOU MAKE OUR DOUBLE IMPACT POSSIBLE

14,229

14,229

People received job training and placement, on-the-job coaching, and retention services.

7,192

7,192

Individuals with disabilities received on the job and retention services.

29 Million

29 Million

Goods were donated & repurposed.

42,000

42,000

Metric tons of CO2 saved from release in the atmosphere.

 

Uplifting The NYNJ Community

Goodwill NYNJ is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. We exist to uplift the local communities of New York and Northern New Jersey by using funds generated in our retail stores and donation centers to support employment opportunities for people with disabilities or other obstacles to employment

News & Events

Goodwill NYNJ moves HQ to Brooklyn

Goodwill Industries of Greater NY and Northern NJ (Goodwill NYNJ) will end an important chapter in its history as the nonprofit organization closes its Astoria headquarters and moves to a new facility in downtown Brooklyn. Effective May 1, 2021, the official address of Goodwill NYNJ will be 25 Elm Place, 3rd Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11201.

New Bridge To Technology pilot program will prepare New Yorkers for advanced technology training programs

Goodwill NYNJ and Per Scholas Launch Bridge Pathway Pilot on Jan. 19, 2021 Goodwill Industries® of Greater NY and Northern NJ receives $1 million from NYC Council and $300,000 from BNY Mellon to operate a bridge pathway pilot in partnership with Per Scholas to teach the skills required for advanced technology training programs and to connect to in-demand tech jobs.

Goodwill NYNJ receives $100,000 grant from Pinkerton Foundation to upskill security workers

Goodwill NYNJ has received a $100,000 grant from the Pinkerton Foundation to upskill 40 individuals per year who have gained security jobs through our Career Services Youth Pathways program (YouthPathways) and are looking to advance their careers. Thanks to this grant, Goodwill NYNJ will provide on-site training and exam preparation so they can obtain advanced certifications and higher wages. This new program launched on Nov. 1, 2020.