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Type of Entity
Business ManagementMr. David Hollingsworth, President and CEO Don Simpson, Manager Mr. J.D. Martin, VP Human Resources Mr. Gray Wiggers, President/CEO
CHARITY - LOCAL
Method(s) of PaymentCash and Credit Cards only
Refund and Exchange PolicyNo Refunds
To enable people with disabilities and others with barriers to employment to fully participate in our community through education, training and employment opportunities.
Goodwill retail sales provide training, employment, and educational opportunities to people with disabilities and other barriers to employment. Revenues generated are reinvested into programs that put people to work, helping them achieve independence, dignity and strength. Goodwilll stores also provide the community with clothing, furniture, accessories and household items. Collecting, processing, and reselling donated material is still an integral part of Goodwill's method. Goodwill workers: offer food service to military personnel at the Military Induction Center in Jackson, computer input, assembly subcontracting, exporting clothing and shoes to Africa, Haiti and Mexico, selling wipers and cleaning cloths, and distributes the Amigo Wheelchair. Last year, Goodwill Industries delivered employment services to 271 individuals facing physical, mental and economic barriers to self-sufficiency.