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The Donate Movement

Goodwill has launched the Donate Movement, a public awareness campaign to emphasize the positive impact that donating clothing and other household goods can have on communities and the planet. The Donate Movement was created by Goodwill Industries International, a network of 165 community-based Goodwills in the United State and Canada.

Through the Donate Movement, Goodwills across the country are encouraging people to empty their closets and homes of usable, unwanted items and put them to good use by donating them.

Locally, at Morgan Memorial Goodwill Industries, more than 575,000 donors in eastern and central Massachusetts give more than 23 million pounds of goods every year. These donations, which are sold at The Goodwill Store, support job training and other community programs. Nationally, more than 67 million donors give to area Goodwills, supporting critical services to two million people. Calculate your donations' impact.

So, join the Donate Movement today because...

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Goodwill stores are run as social enterprises, meaning they support Goodwill’s mission to provide job training for individuals with disabilities and other barriers to employment while also providing jobs and good quality, low-cost goods to individuals and families looking for value.

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Eric Chouinard - Real Jobs. Real Change.

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.

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