Goodwill Industries of Southeastern Louisiana, Inc.
(Goodwill) offers opportunities to people with disabilities and other barriers to improve their economic self-sufficiency through training, education, support services and employment..
How You Can Help Us Make a Difference.
• Shop at Goodwill Retail Stores. • Donate clothing and household
items • Make a monetary donation. • Hire a Goodwill graduate. •
Partner with Goodwill’s contract services department. • Remember Goodwill
with a bequest your will.
Each day, dozens of people come to Goodwill Industries of Southeastern Louisiana® looking for help finding a job. While Goodwill’s job training and employment programs get a boost from the generous donations of gently used items from donors every day, it’s only a part of the funding stream required to change the lives of thousands annually through Goodwill’s programs and services.
Goodwill Industries® of Southeastern Louisiana, Inc. (Goodwill) will host its 3rd annual Ghoulwill Ball on Saturday, October 20, 2014, 8:00 – 11:00 p.m., at The Parish at House of Blues, 225 Decatur Street, in the French Quarter. A Patron Party featuring an open bar, live music by Sasha Masakowski, delicious bites, and a Silent Auction.
Unique Halloween Costumes and Decorations that Won't Break The Bank
October 13, 2014
DIY shoppers can make their budgets go further this Halloween by shopping at Goodwill, where they’ll find everything they need — from shirts, pants and accessories — to set their costumes apart from the crowd.
Beginning June 1, Goodwill Industries® of Southeastern Louisiana will offer a free course teaching participants about budgeting, banking, financial goal setting, identify theft, housing and more. The course, called Money Matter$, will be taught on Fridays, from 9 a.m. until Noon, at Goodwill’s Training & Employment Center at 3400 Tulane Avenue, Suite 1000, in New Orleans. Although classes are free, registration is required and can be made by contacting Pamela Williams at 504-456-2622, extension firstname.lastname@example.org.
More than 70 percent of Americans engage in the annual tradition of spring cleaning, according to a 2013 survey by the American Cleaning Institute. But one of the most common dilemmas for spring cleaners is what to do with all that stuff. As the green movement grows, consumers are increasingly concerned about reusing and recycling. At Goodwill®, we collect used items and put the revenues from their sales toward job creation for people with disabilities and other disadvantaging conditions. To get this year’s spring cleaning season off to a fresh start, we’ve compiled the Seven Days of Spring Cleaning Guide, making it easier than ever to clean out your home and make a difference here in Southeastern Louisiana by donating used goods.
Goodwill Industries® to Host Open House, March 19 for Employers, Church Organizations and Nonprofits
March 12, 2014
Goodwill Industries® of Southeastern Louisiana, Inc., will host an Open House, 8 a.m. – 10 a.m., on March 19, at its Employment & Training Center, located at 3400 Tulane Avenue (corner of Tulane and Jefferson Davis Parkway), Suite 1000, in New Orleans. Coffee and light refreshments will be served. Reservations are encouraged by contacting Debbie Mullins at 504-456-3925 or email@example.com.