Charity ReviewIssued: August 2014 Expires: August 2016
Seattle Goodwill Industries
Standards for Charity Accountability
Seattle Goodwill Industries meets the 20 Standards for Charity Accountability.
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Seattle Goodwill Industries' mission is to provide quality, effective employment training and basic education to individuals experiencing significant barriers to economic opportunity. Because jobs change lives.
Incorporated: 1924 in WA
Also Known As: Goodwill Seattle , Seattle Goodwill , SGI Logistic Services , Goodwill , Goodwill Community Learning Center
Seattle Goodwill Industries provides quality, effective employment training and basic education to low-income individuals with significant barriers to economic opportunity through the following programs:
Basic Skills and GED Preparation Classes: These classes fill gaps in education and refresh skills in math, reading, writing and language. Seattle Goodwill also offers a class that helps participants prepare for official GED tests.
Career Pathways Program: Career Pathways, which includes our Community College 101 class, prepares students to take that next step up towards a community college or a technical training program.
Cashiering: These classes teach the customer service skills, basic math and counting skills, and cash register procedures that are needed for entry-level cashiering positions.
Computer Classes: For those who have little or no computer skills, Seattle Goodwill offers classes in keyboarding, data entry, email and internet use, internet job searching, and common office applications including Word, Excel and Outlook.
English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Classes: Speakers of other languages can learn to speak, read and write English. Citizenship classes are also offered to help participants prepare for the US naturalization interview.
Green Corps Program: This program helps unemployed young adults 18-24 prepare for their GED while learning life and career skills and getting on-the-job training in parks maintenance and environmental practices.
Re-Entry Class: This class helps recently released offenders overcome barriers during their transition back into the community.
Retail and Customer Service Program: Gives participants the skills they need to work successfully in a retail environment. Seattle Goodwill helps them with their job search and continue to work with them, assessing their progress and helping with other training they might need.
Youth Year-Round Program: High school youth ages 15 to 17 learn skills to succeed in high school, basic retail and customer service skills, and how to prepare for college or a career, all while working in Seattle parks.
CEO: Mr. Daryl Campbell, President & CEO Business Affiliation: Seattle Goodwill Industries
Board Chair: Markee A. Foster Business Affiliation: Community Volunteer
Board Size: 19
% of Related Contributions on Fundraising: 0.68%
This organization is tax-exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. It is eligible to receive contributions deductible as charitable donations for federal income tax purposes.
The following information is based on Seattle Goodwill Industries Audited Financial Statements for the fiscal year ending Saturday, June 28, 2014.
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