Goodwill® Industries of Southern Arizona is dedicated to the ideal of strengthening our families and community through the Power of Work! Our nonprofit organization is about providing opportunity to youth and adults that may not find it elsewhere. Goodwill’s mission is to provide training, services and jobs for people with barriers to employment. Through our Workforce Development Programs, we provide skill development and support services. Goodwill® is also a major employer in Tucson – our programs and services, donation centers and thrift stores employ over 500 individuals.
These are just a few of the success stories out of the thousands that Goodwill® of Southern Arizona can share because of supporters like you! Learn more by visiting our different Programs and Services pages for a complete description on how Goodwill® serves our community.
What does it mean to be CARF Accredited? When a program is CARF-accredited, it means we’ve met or exceeded an in-depth review of our business practices. It’s an assurance that we have met rigorous CARF guidelines for service and quality – a qualified endorsement that conforms to nationally and internationally recognized service standards focused on delivering the most favorable results.
Did you know that one in ten Arizonans is a service member or veteran? As a workforce development organization Goodwill is devoted to giving vets a helping hand when it comes to getting back to work in the private sector. Transitioning from the life of a service member into the civilian world can be an overwhelming experience. Goodwill has programs and trained staff that are equipped and willing to assist veterans and their families. Oue trained staff can help with accessing the resources and services that best fit each individuals needs.
For more information on resources and services available to veterans and their families, please visit http://arizonacoalition.org/.