Since 1963, Goodwill has helped provide meaningful employment for those with disabilities and barriers to the workforce.
From the very first Goodwill store on 103rd avenue in downtown Edmonton, to more than a dozen retail stores across Alberta, Goodwill is striving to make a positive impact in our province. This is made possible because of the amazing donations of clothing or used household items by people like you each and every year.
Today is a very special day as we continue to recognize the amazing work Goodwill has undertaken in our province. Goodwill has worked with the City of Edmonton to rename one of the largest arterial roads in Edmonton, ‘Calgary Trail’ to ‘Goodwill Trail’ in recognition of 60 years of service.
Dale Monaghan, President and CEO of Goodwill Industries of Alberta is excited beyond belief about the appreciation the City of Edmonton has shown to Goodwill.
We owe so much gratitude to the city and the wonderful donors from across the province, as we continue to enhance the lives of those with disabilities or barriers, through the power of work and the dignity of a job.
For 60 years, your donated shirt is giving people a chance to enhance their job skills.
For 60 years, your donated coffee mugs are giving people an opportunity to contribute back to the community.
For 60 years, your donated records are giving people a chance to fulfill their dreams.
For 60 years, Goodwill is providing opportunity, service and GOOD.
Thank you for making a difference by donating to Goodwill and continuing our mission of helping those with disabilities and barriers an opportunity to find and gain meaningful employment.
*Please note, this a celebration gesture and Calgary Trail will not officially be renamed, despite changing the name Calgary in the City of Edmonton for the better to Goodwill.
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