I will donate: When you donate to Goodwill you help people achieve independence and dignity through work.
Goodwill depends on the donation of clothing and household goods to fulfill its mission of helping people with barriers to self-sufficiency to achieve independence and dignity through work. Each year, Goodwill collects nearly 21 million pounds of donations at its donation centers, retail stores, and at ZOOTS dry cleaners in eastern and central Massachusetts.
Your tax deductible donations of goods do much good. When they arrive at Goodwill, they:
Whether it is an individual living with a developmental disability who receives on-the-job-training sorting, pin-tagging and hanging your donated clothing; a single parent able to support her family through her job in one of the Goodwill Stores, or the 16 year-old girl growing up in a family of limited means who is able to find her "dream prom dress" at one of The Goodwill Stores – when you donate goods to Goodwill you help to make a very big difference in people's lives.
Morgan Memorial Goodwill Industries is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization. Our federal tax ID number is 04-2106765.
Morgan Memorial Goodwill Industries collaborates with hundreds of employers to promote and facilitate the hiring of individuals facing barriers to employment. These collaborations bring trained, dedicated employees to the workforce, and help people achieve independence and dignity.
Eric Chouinard - I Will Work
Visitors to the Peabody Essex Museum (PEM) in Salem see exhibitions and collections that include Native American artifacts, fashions of Iris Apfel, photographs by Valerie Belin, and paintings from India. What they don’t see is dust, fingerprints, or smears. That’s because the museum hired an enthusiastic high school student named Eric Chouinard as a member of their maintenance and janitorial team.Read more...