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Finding Your Voice with Goodwill Columbus

“The one thing that you have that nobody else has is you. Your voice, your mind, your story, your vision. So write and draw and build and play and dance and live as only you can.” -Neil Gaiman COVID-19 has changed the way we all live. Goodwill Columbus Work & Community services, provides programming to … Continued


Charlotte is the creator and Mayor of Charlottesville, a town illustrated by a series of collage and painted works of art. This is a place for people to have a voice about their lives. Misfits, outcasts, and exploited people who often are invisible to the world become family and proud members of society. Charlotte’s characters … Continued


From the moment you shake her hand, Harriet Smith is leading you to an activity room to show you all the fun she and her fellow participants are having. “This is the action place honey!” she will tell you. Diagnosed with a mild developmental disability, Harriet embodies the spirit of Goodwill with her sunny disposition … Continued


At the young age of 15, Bruce Amstutz set a course for a lifelong career. Diagnosed with a learning disability, he was often picked on in school, but he was determined to push on. He told people, “You can say what you want about me, I’ll just push myself higher.” And he’s done just that! … Continued


In the ever-changing world, updating and learning new skills are processes we all need to do to stay relevant. And it often takes courage to recognize the need to transform our skills to find our next best job in the workforce or to stay on top of everyday life. Ida is one such individual who … Continued

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