Mission & What We Do
Overcoming Life’s Challenges Through Goodwill, How Goodwill Keystone Area Makes a Difference
To support persons with disabilities and other barriers to independence in achieving their fullest potential as workers and as members of the broader community.
Goodwill helps persons with disabilities as well as people who are at an economic disadvantage, or may lack education or work experience. Additionally, we provide job skill training to youth and seniors.
Programs & Services
The vision of Goodwill Keystone Area continues to be empowering those we serve to reach their fullest potential as workers and as members of the broader community. We assist individuals in overcoming employment barriers, including welfare dependency, illiteracy and disabilities, and introduce them to the power of earning a paycheck.To learn more and explore the programs and services offered by Goodwill Keystone Area click here.
Stores & Donation Centers
In support of the mission and to provide training opportunities, Goodwill collects and sells donated items in more than 40 stores in 22 central and southeastern Pennsylvania counties.
Goodwill trainees often start their careers in our stores, distribution centers and donation centers.
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Goodwill provides business services such as custodial, document shredding, laser cartridge remanufacturing, packaging and assembly to businesses and government. Proceeds from business services fund job training and employment programs. In addition to our stores, our business services offer training opportunities for our trainees.
To learn more and explore the business services offered by Goodwill Keystone Area, click here and select a service.