Goodwill is more than a thrift store.

To many people, Goodwill is more than a thrift store. Our programs and services provide individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities, and other barriers to employment, the power of work. Our clients find dignity and purpose through job skills training and work opportunities, and our NexStep Alliance students discover new opportunities through GED completion and certification programs that provide new career paths.


How can you help?

When you donate and shop at one of our Goodwill locations, attend an event or contract with us for business services, you help fund job training and education programs for people with disabilities and other barriers to employment.

In addition to revenues earned in the Goodwill retail stores, Goodwill depends on the generosity of others to help fund the programs and services provided to community members in need of help. While Goodwill retail stores help offset the cost of programs and services, your financial gift demonstrates your belief in the power of work and can provide desirable tax benefits.

Support the Goodwill Cause

Donate Online

Make a secure monetary online donation through PayPal (account not required). For each dollar donated, 90 cents goes directly to help people with disabilities and employment barriers experience the power of work in Kansas. Make a one-time donation, or make recurring gifts for ongoing impact.

Helms Society

Join like-minded individuals who support the mission of Goodwill Industries with a financial contribution of $2,000 or more annually. Members enjoy multiple benefits including invitations to private member-only events and are first to learn news and Goodwill happenings.

Goodwill Legacy Society

Whether you would like to put your donation to work today or benefit us after your lifetime, you can find a charitable plan that lets you provide for your family and support Goodwill Industries, Inc. Goodwill can accept many gift types and, with the help of your financial advisor, can find the best way to ensure Goodwill can continue to help Kansans into the future.