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Learn how we build better communities through our:
  Employment-related Services
- Career Center
- Supported Employment
- Work Experience
- Co-Employment

  Housing Services
- Group Homes
- Apartments
  Free Computer Recycling
  Community Assistance
  Education and Training Programs
- General
- Human Services

CARFWe are proud that CARF, an internationally recognized accreditation body, has accredited us for our community housing, employment supports, and job development services for individuals with disabilities. Click here to learn more.



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Changing lives every day.

Every day, our services are changing lives in South Central Wisconsin – fulfilling our mission to build better communities by providing opportunities for people with disabilities or other challenges. People like Ben Hill.

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History

Goodwill was founded in 1902 in Boston’s South End by Dr. Edgar J. Helms, a Methodist minister. He collected used household items and clothing in wealthier areas of the city and then trained the poor and immigrant to mend and repair the used goods. The items were then resold or given to the people who repaired them and the Goodwill philosophy of “a hand up, not charity” was born.

Goodwill Industries of South Central Wisconsin began in 1962 as a division of the Milwaukee Goodwill. Today we are a separate organization serving 14 counties (Adams, Columbia, Crawford, Dane, Grant, Green, Iowa, Jefferson, Juneau, Lafayette, Marquette, Richland, Rock, and Sauk counties.) We are a proud member of Goodwill Industries International.

Commitment to Excellence and Respect

We are committed to high standards, integrity, and honesty. To view our code of ethics and related financial reporting and business management practices, click here.

We urge sensitivity when writing or speaking about individuals with disabilities. Just as derogatory references to ethnic and racial minorities have passed from our lexicon, it is important that individuals with disabilities are afforded the same respect. Click here for guidelines for using respectful language.

Goodwill Today

summer 2014Get informed, be inspired. Goodwill’s semi-annual newsletter is a great way to meet program participants, stay up to date on Goodwill of South Central Wisconsin programs and initiatives, and discover new reasons to give.

Click here to download our latest newsletter. For earlier issues, click here

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