Gifts

Gifts

I will give: Your financial gifts support our programs and services to help people achieve independence.

Memorial and Tribute Gifts

Some donors honor or memorialize a loved one in order to celebrate a special event in someone’s life, or to remember a departed relative or friend.

Your gift to Goodwill can be made in honor or in memory of someone important to you.  Simply include the following information with your gift:

  • Specify whether the gift is a tribute or a memorial.
  • Provide the name of the person you wish to recognize or remember.
  • Provide the name(s) of the person(s) you wish Goodwill to notify of your gift.
  • Be sure to clearly mark the name(s) of the donor(s) as well as the additional name(s) and address(es) to which Goodwill should send notification of the gift.

Goodwill does not include the amount of your gift in the notification that we send to others, but does provide other details including the donor's name, and the name of the person in whose honor or memory the gift was made.

Tribute gifts are meaningful ways to make gifts with special impact and meaning.  Groups may wish to consider making tribute gifts to Goodwill in lieu of presents for someone's next birthday or holiday celebration!

Thank you for remembering a friend or loved one through supporting Goodwill in its mission to provide not charity, but a chance to thousands of individuals each year!

Call us with any questions at 617-541-1259, or reach us via email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for additional information or assistance.
And, thank you!

Did you know?

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.

Learn more about our Mission...

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Goodwill’s First Step program helps people find jobs.

Read this Boston Globe story for more information.

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