As you all know, we find ourselves in a fluid and rapidly changing environment. Everyone in our community is dealing with the sudden reality of COVID19. Our leadership team at Goodwill of Southern Arizona is working daily to respond to new information in the most responsible and compassionate way possible. The Safety and well-being of our staff and you, our valued customers and donors, is our first priority.
Public support is invaluable and plays a major role in our success as an organization in these unprecedented times. Donating and shopping at Goodwill helps fund our local programs for at risk and vulnerable local populations, with 95% of our revenue coming from our stores. Right now, those stores are closed so we need your help more than ever. Please continue to support our employment programs and services and if possible up your contributions.
Help us get through these trying times. Donate today so we can provide social programs and employment tomorrow. We can get through this together!
We are not current accepting new community service, volunteer or intern applications. If you would like to continue to support our programs you can make a cash donation directly to your favorite program [HERE ] We appreciate your help through these troubling times. Thank you.
As the situation shifts with each day, our leadership team is actively monitoring information from the county, state, CDC, and federal government. Anytime new information comes to light, Goodwill of Southern Arizona will be sure to communicate openly and honestly with our team members and the community.
Your support is invaluable and plays a major role in our success as an organization in these unprecedented times. Donating and shopping at Goodwill helps fund our local programs for at risk and vulnerable local populations. Please continue to support our programs and services and if possible up your contributions. Our doors will remain open as we continue to serve those in need in our community. We are very proud of our Goodwill team, we work daily to better the lives of those less fortunate and we need your help to continue to do so.