Social distancing doesn’t have to keep us from coming together to give hope and bring comfort to our friends and neighbors. At 11 a.m. Monday, March 30, a Goodwill Industries of Northwest Texas (GINWT) truck pulled into a Lubbock Independent School District warehouse parking lot to deliver 30,000 large, brown paper bags...click here for more.
Barbara Casteel: More Than a Donation
Barbara is one of the many individuals impacted every day by the generous donations from the communities Goodwill serves. These donations create jobs and provide job training, which in turn, change lives.
Janice Barnes: Breaking Barriers
After working many years as a math teacher at Harmony Science Academy in Lubbock, Texas, Janice Barnes was faced with a road block. She was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease.
Joe Robledo: Overcoming Obstacles
The barriers continued to pile up, and I found myself jobless, not eligible for disability income, and without health insurance while dealing with medical issues.
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Clyde: Pushing Forward
I retired from the machine shops and metal working industries in 2006 at 72 years of age due to an on the job injury that left me with less than 20 percent vision in my left eye.
Lynette: Becoming New
I am pleased to share a little bit of my experience while attending some classes at Goodwill Industries of Northwest Texas.
Zeinab Ali: Bridging Gaps
I attended the class, and I knew those ladies were serious, so I became serious about the class. too.
We are a 501(c)3 non-profit organization; our mission is to create job opportunities for people with barriers to employment. We can only do this through the donations of our generous community, and the continued support from our loyal shoppers.
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