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Humberto’s inspiring work ethic and joyful spirit have been evident since his first day with our Work and Community Services team in Groveport. He quickly excelled with his vocational habilitation and work readiness training to earn a job with our Goodwill Columbus custodial team. Humberto and his family are nativeSpanish-speaking immigrants from Mexico, but even … Continued

2022 Impact Report

Thanks for helping us make an impact in 2022 When presented with the right opportunity, we all have limitless potential. Through job placement, free job training, and more, Goodwill Columbus empowers people as they change their lives and make a difference in their community.

Goodwill Columbus Headquarters Moves to The Grange Insurance Building

Goodwill Columbus is excited to announce it will be moving its administrative headquarters to the Grange Insurance building located at 671 South High Street.  After nearly 70 years at 1331 Edgehill Road, this move comes as a strategic priority and commitment to further community integration. “We are thrilled to be heading to the south side … Continued


Source: FCBDD Communications, May 2023 (view here) As she stood before an audience that had swelled to more than 400 people, Lattie Harrington realized she wasn’t feeling like her usual happy self. “I thought, ‘Uh-oh, what just happened? It got me,” she said. “I got stage fright. I cried a little bit.” But the tears … Continued

Hear My Voice: Goodwill Harmony Sessions

On Wednesday, April 26th, we celebrated our collaboration with the Harmony Project for “Hear My Voice: Goodwill Harmony Session”!  The event welcomed 400+ friends, family, and supporters to enjoy the collaborative performance of the Friends in Harmony Choir, Goodwill Columbus Artists, and storytellers, with support from Donte Woods-Spikes, Darryl Hawkins, and Harmony Project and Goodwill … Continued

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