About Seattle Goodwill

Seattle Goodwill’s non-profit mission is to provide job training and education for those barriers to employment.   We love to partner with professional organizers by taking material donations that we recycle to support our mission.

What is Seattle Goodwill?
Seattle Goodwill is a nonprofit organization founded in 1923. We currently operate 10 Job Training Centers, 24 retail stores and 38 donation sites in King, Snohomish, Skagit, Whatcom and Kitsap counties. We employ 2,000 people and follow WA State compensation laws.

How does Goodwill fulfill  its mission?
Goodwill sells donated goods from the community in its retail stores, with the net proceeds supporting our free job training and education programs. Because Jobs Change Lives.

​What is Goodwill's mission-vision-value statement?

Our Mission
Seattle Goodwill provides quality, effective employment training and basic education to individuals experiencing significant barriers to economic opportunity. Because Jobs Change Lives. http://www.seattlegoodwill.org/job-training-and-education
Our Vision
We believe in the potential of individuals to make positive changes in their lives

  • We believe education and training empower people to make those changes
  • Our vision for the communities we serve is that each person is able to choose rewarding employment, obtain financial security, and experience educational achievement
  • Because of our work, people are building their futures, families are strengthened, and our communities are enriched
Our Values
Potential, Relevance, Stewardship, Diversity, Collaboration, Respect, Teamwork, Accountability

This listing does not constitute an endorsement by the NAPO Seattle Area Chapter.


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NAPO Seattle Area Chapter is a 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable organizations, and contributions are tax-deductible.  Your contribution will support education and community outreach programs. 

NAPO Seattle Area Chapter is a legal entity separate and distinct from NAPO, Inc. (the National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals) and is not entitled to act on behalf of or to bind NAPO, contractually or otherwise.

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