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{CLOSED} Giveaway | Goodwill $100 Amazon Gift Card Giveaway US Ends 6/2

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Donate stuff. Create jobs.

There’s never a bad time to clear the clutter out of your home or garage or
to do a wardrobe purge. When you donate your stuff to Goodwill, the revenue from the sale of your donations helps fund job training and placement opportunities for people with disabilities and disadvantages directly in your community. That’s cleaning with a purpose.

Goodwill in currently running the “Donate Stuff. Create Jobs” campaign. Thanks to the programs and support services made possible by donations of clothes and household items, more than 261,000 people earned jobs in 2013 – that’s one person finding a job every 27 seconds of every business day. So you’re literally donating your stuff AND helping to create jobs.

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You can even calculate how much your donation helps your local community by using Goodwill’s Donation Impact Calculator. Simply input the items you’re donating to calculate the number of hours of career counseling, on-the-job training, résumé preparation, financial planning classes, and other services you’ve helped provide someone facing challenges to finding employment.

Bloggin' Mamas is supporting the Ad Council in spreading the word about Goodwill®, by sponsoring this $100 Amazon Giftcard Giveaway. It runs 5/19/15 12:01am EST through 6/2/15 at 11:59pm EST, and is open to US residents 18+.

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22 comments:

  1. They also help the planet: "Dell Reconnect, a partnership between Goodwill and Dell, has kept more than 324 million pounds of computer electronics out of the landfills since 2004"

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  2. I learned that thanks to the programs made possible by our donations one person finds a job every 27 seconds of every business day!

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  3. I didn't know that if you donate, that you can save your receipt for taxes later

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  4. I learned that In 2013, Goodwill used 83 percent of the revenue generated through your donated stuff to support and grow programs that result in significant social impact for your community members in need of work.

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  5. When you donate your stuff to Goodwill, you create opportunities for individuals in your community looking to find a job and build skills, including veterans and military families, single mothers and many others.

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  6. I learned that donated items fund job creation.

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  7. The more donated, the more help is needed to sell, thereby producing jobs.

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  8. Goodwill helps create a job for one person every 27 seconds, that's pretty amazing.

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  9. I learned that Goodwill used 83% of the money they earn from selling our donated items to fund job training and other services. They do a lot of good for local communities.

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  10. I learned that when I donate to Goodwill, I'm helping those in my community that are looking for a job, build skills.

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  11. I just learned that When you donate your stuff to Goodwill you create opportunities for individuals in your community looking to find a job and build skills

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  12. I will tell you from experience! My sister went through Goodwill services, and they could not have been more helpful! They helped her find and keep a job, and they even gave her the clothes she needed for the job and the interview! Giving to (and buying from) Goodwill helps more than you know!!!

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  13. What I learned is that Goodwill uses 83% of money earned from selling donated items to fund job training and other services

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  14. Money raised by selling donated items is used to fund job training and other services.

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  15. learned donated items help fund job creation - regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

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  16. Rebecca KellermanMay 28, 2015 at 9:03 PM

    I didn't know that thanks to the programs made possible by our donations one person finds a job every 27 seconds of every business day.

    -Rebecca Kellerman
    kellermanr@vcu.edu

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  17. Thanks to the programs made possible by your donations, more than 261,000 people earned jobs in 2013 – that’s one person finding a job every 27 seconds of every business day.
    Thanks for the contest.

    slehan at juno dot com

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  18. I learned that when someone buys my item, that money is used to fund job training and other services. -Rebecca Kellerman kellermanr@vcu.edu

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  19. When you donate you create opportunities for others to get and create jobs

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  20. In 2013, when everyone donated their items to Goodwill, they in turn used 83% of the revenue generated to help support and grow programs that resulted with a positive social impact on communities in need of work.

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  21. they employed 9/8 miilon people last year

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  22. I learned that they give opportunities for individuals looking to find a job and also build skills, have military and single mothers incentives, among other programs.

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