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Goodwill Industries Of Southern Nevada Inc

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Human Service Organizations, Human Services

Mission: Goodwill of southern nevada, inc. Is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide education, employment and training for people with disabilities and other barriers to employment and to maximize the quality of life for each individual served.

Programs: Goodwill's career connections programs provided workforce development services to 14,751 individual people with disabilities and other barriers; enabling 3,004 individuals to secure employment. Of the total people served, 309 people with disabilities referred by the bureau of vocational rehabilitation received community based training and 732 youth with disabilities received job training.

Community Stories

2 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

Goodwill may be famous for its iconic thrift stores, but there is so much more to our local Goodwill!

They use donations to power their Career Centers, where they provide FREE career coaching, job placement, training programs, and education assistance. Goodwill ensures that all Las Vegans have not only the dignity of a job, but also a meaningful career trajectory with upward mobility.

Goodwill helps fight poverty with jobs and build a stronger Southern Nevada community. Thanks to the donations they received in2019, Goodwill provided career services to 8,305 people and successfully placed more than 2,600 individuals into local jobs, facilitating earnings of more than $54 million.

Goodwill creates programming for deeper impact so that all Southern Nevadans have not only the dignity of a job, but a meaningful trajectory with relevant skills for today's careers. 100% of donations go to mission services programming to make a direct impact.

Review from Guidestar

11 littleduck

General Member of the Public

Rating: 1

Corrupt non-profit. While shopping in one of the local las vegas thrift stores, I watched a homeless man try and buy a jacket in the middle of winter time. He tried to pay with coins that he begged off people. He was $1.00 short for the $4.00 jacket, and the cashier/ manager would not give him the jacket. She let him walk back outside in the freezing cold with no jacket. This is a bad non-profit.