Goodwill Industries of North Louisiana, Inc.
Rating: 4.85 stars 20 reviews
Issues: Job Training, Human Services
Location: 800 W 70th St Shreveport LA 71106 USA
Results: 2009 Statistics Served Total 2469 Some of which includes: At Risk Youth 709 Persons with Disabilities 1033 Ex-Offenders 976
Target demographics: Low income adults as well as youth in the North Louisiana area Between the ages of 12 and up.
Direct beneficiaries per year: over 2500 families served each year
Geographic areas served: 26 Parishes North Louisiana
Programs: Goodwill Industries of North Louisiana, Inc. provides job training and job placement services to persons with disabilities and other barriers to employment. We teach people to work and help people find jobs.
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GOODWILL (TOWARDS MEN, WOMEN & CHILDREN) INDUSTRIES OF N. LA, INC. HAS A HISTORY OF BEING A STRONG INSTITUTION IN THIS AREA. THEIR PARTNERSHIP IN LENDING HELP IS CONSTANT. THEY BELIEVE IN THE AREA, THEY WANT TO HELP WHEN NEEDED, THEY ARE AN EVER PRESENT PART OF OUR COMMUNITY. I'VE WORKED WITH THEIR STAFF ON PROJECTS, I HAVE SHOPPED IN THEIR STORES, I HAVE DONATED ITEMS AND WILL CONTINUE TO BECAUSE I APPRECIATE THEIR EFFORTS TO CREATE OPPORTUNITIES FOR ALL OF US IN THIS AREA!
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
shopping & donating.
What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...
When I am in their store their staff are professional and happy. When I work with their staff on a project they are personable and professional.
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
Help even more people in this community than it already does by continuing to provide job training, jobs and "goodwill" to North Louisiana.
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About every six months
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