Cleaning can be a thankless job, so Goodwill wants to reward you for your efforts. We’re starting small, with simple ideas to help you clean out clutter, reduce waste and provide donations for job training.
By doing all of this, you could win – and we have some prizes you’re sure to love, like an iPad mini or Coach purse! It’s super easy to enter, here are the steps…
1. Follow us on Facebook (click to go to our page and like us)
2. Watch for each daily post on which item or room to “clean out”.
3. Take a photo of you donating those items to Goodwill (click for a location near you)
4. Post your photo on the specific days post, and voila – you are entered!
Prizes: Here is what you could win: Seattle Mariner’s Blanket, Seattle Mariner’s Rug, Sterling Sliver Elephant-themed bracelet, and more!
The BEST part about the 7 Day Challenge, knowing that you are helping to preserve mother earth AND provide funding for job training. The best of both worlds.
Join us in celebration of Earth Day on April 22. We will be at our 38th St Goodwill collecting donations with Tom Htytler, from KOMO AM 1000, from 11am – 1pm. Bring in 2 grocery size bags of donations to the 38th st store on April 22, and you can enter to win an iPad Mini or Coach purse.
Goodwill turns your donations into jobs. Last year, Goodwill served over 9,000 people with disabilities and disadvantages in our communities, placed 2,200 in jobs, and kept over 26.5 million pounds out of unusable donations out of the landfills.
Please consider donating your gently used clothing and household items, or making a monetary contribution to Goodwill to benefit our neighbors and a more sustainable future.
Donated goods are sold in 31 area Goodwill stores and online with more than 92% of revenue earned going back into the mission to provide job training and placement services to those with disabilities and disadvantages. Follow these links for more information on how to donate.
Have questions? Call Linda at 253.573.6710.
Goodwill needs financial contributions to help all the people coming to us seeking job training. Our clients are low income and face many challenges. Through generous contributions we’re able to serve 100% of the most vulnerable job seekers, providing them the help they need to get a job.