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Your Donations Weave a Tapestry of Positive Change

Ever wonder about the voyage your donated items take with Goodwill Keystone Area? A fascinating article in Main Line Today unpacks how your gently used items serve as the initial thread in the tapestry of transformation and contribute to affordable shopping, environmental sustainability and life-changing programs in our communities.

In the story you’ll read how proceeds of donated items sold at Goodwill’s thrift stores, online auction site, outlet centers and through recycling efforts support myriad programs like the Community-Based Work Assessment and shape futures of individuals like Tasha. Her journey is one of thousands that illustrate the profound impact your donations have helping people with barriers to employment secure jobs and gain self-sufficiency.

The article also highlights how Goodwill's commitment to empowerment fuels personal and professional growth, exemplified by Wally's inspiring journey from a textile sorter to a store manager. Reinforcing this commitment, the Goodwill Learning Lab – a mobile unit for training in job readiness, digital literacy and financial well-being – takes our mission directly to communities to further build sustainable futures.

Read the Main Line Today article and see how your donations to Goodwill are instrumental in creating an interconnected pattern of positive change. Read the full article online here