GOOD will come.
COVID-19 has shaken our world. Like any challenge, it has shown us, that if we work together, we can overcome. Even if it means staying at a distance. In times of crisis GOOD will come.
Cents of every dollar goes back into our mission
In 2019, 16 million kg diverted from the landfill.
Of our employees have a self-disclosed disability
Individuals with disabilities served through the Path to Employment
We accept women’s, men’s, and children’s clothing. We also accept accessories, costumes, jewelry, shoes and more!
You can donate tables, dressers, shelving, and other furniture to Goodwill Industries of Alberta. Pickup services available in select areas.
De-clutter your home by donating dishes, pots & pans, linens, small decor, art work, collectibles, or pet items. Our friendly donation staff will even help you unload.
Bring in your sports equipment including bikes, hockey sticks, roller blades, racquets, fitness machines/equipment, and golf clubs.
Creating positive change since 1963
Goodwill’s mission is to provide Albertans with disabilities the opportunity to enhance their lives through meaningful employment. As one of the largest employers of Albertans with disabilities with about 30% of Goodwill employees have a self-disclosed disability. We provide employment opportunities in our thrift stores and an accommodating work environment for Albertans with disabilities in Edmonton, Sherwood Park, Spruce Grove, St. Albert, Grand Prairie, Calgary and Airdrie.
Where you shop really matters!
Every year over one million Albertans shop at Goodwill, and more than 700,000 Albertans donate to Goodwill; 89.2% of all revenues go back into our mission and remains in Alberta. We are also a major recycler of a growing range of donated items; we recycle more than 15 million kg every year. We are a donor-driven charitable society and we’ve been proudly serving Albertans for nearly 60 years.