The power of work and sustainable fashion.
The power of work and sustainable fashion.

KEEP THE GOOD GOING

Goodwill Industries empowers individuals with disabilities and other barriers to employment to gain independence through the power of work.

YOU MAKE OUR DOUBLE IMPACT POSSIBLE

4,139

People with disabilities were supported to reach their goals through training, employment, and retention services.

9,129

People received job training and placement, on-the-job coaching, and/or retention services.

966,976

Individuals donated goods and clothing to Goodwill NYNJ last year.

38,679,040

Pounds of pre-loved clothing and household goods were repurposed and reused, through our stores and donation centers.

*2022 Annual Impact Statistics

UPLIFTING THE NYNJ COMMUNITY

Goodwill NYNJ is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. We exist to uplift the local communities of New York and Northern New Jersey by using funds generated in our retail stores and donation centers to support employment opportunities for people with disabilities or other obstacles to employment

NEWS & EVENTS

Impact Stories

Dunstan Wallace – Bridge to Tech Program

Dunstan Wallace, a single Black Bronx resident in his forties, had tried many jobs, but had not found the right career fit. He had worked as Maintenance and Operation Specialist with the City, but lost his job in 2022 during the pandemic. Then he ventured into the hospitality industry. He

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Supporting & Promoting Our Talent

Meet Sanjida Miah, a dynamic Goodwill NYNJ leader who embarked on her professional journey with us after earning her undergraduate degree in psychology from Queens College and her Masters degree in counseling from Brooklyn College. Sanjida joined Goodwill as Recovery Counselor for our PROS (Personalized Recovery Oriented Services) Rebound Program

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Helen Mwaluko – Harlem PROS

It was a hot summer night and Helen Mwaluko was coming back home after a long day at work as a home health aide. She felt disoriented and not quite herself. She had never felt like this, so she took herself to the hospital. There she was diagnosed with severe