In today’s world, getting and keeping a job is no easy task. More people in our communities need our help, especially for those with a disability, lack of work experience or poor work history. Sometimes people need a hand up, a chance to show the world what they can do. That’s what Goodwill strives to create and provide.
Donated Goods Program
Not only does your tax deductible donation support job training and employment programs, but 100% of all donated goods help people in our community access the support and services needed to succeed! Thousands of items are available daily in our stores.
Your purchases help fund programs moving someone towards employment, helping to build a stronger community for all of us.
Our retail stores also function as training centers offering training, work experience and assessment in a retail environment.
Social Media Marketing Professional Certificate program
Are you ready for a new career?
Goodwill ~ Redwood Empire is partnering with Facebook to provide scholarships to members of our community looking to start careers in social media marketing. Learn foundational advertising concepts across platforms, and get the tools you need to build a successful digital marketing career, all at no cost to you.
Goodwill Guide Program
Your Goodwill Guide can help connect you to local resources and locate supports in your community that can make a difference in your life, including affordable housing, parenting support, drug & alcohol treatment and so much more.
Your Goodwill Guide will answer questions and give encouragement to help you move forward.
For inquiries contact Stephanie Munson at email@example.com
SonomaWORKS is a county program encompassing the following services:
-Job Search Services
-Transitional Work Program (TWP)
-Learning Enhancement and Achievement Program (LEAP)
-Enhanced Subsidized Employment Program (ESE)
-Temporary Employment Program (TEP)
*SonomaWORKS programs are funded by the Sonoma County Human Services Department
The Clothes Closet
The Clothes Closet at Goodwill provides job seekers with interview appropriate clothing.
The Clothes Closet is entirely supported through donations of individuals, businesses and service organizations.
Sonoma County Sheriff's Office Inmate Job & Life Skills Training
Building Skills for Life and Work is a comprehensive 12 week program designed to provide the critical job and life skills needed for an individual to be successful in their daily interactions with family, co-workers, employers and the community at large.
Goodwill Fee For Service Programs
Click the button below for more information regarding our Supported Employment Fee For Service Program.