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Goodwill's programs go beyond vocational training

7:49 PM, Mar. 9, 2013
Goodwill: Much more than a place to buy clothes
Goodwill: Much more than a place to buy clothes: Jeremy Pingel, store team leader at the Green Bay East store, discusses the mission of Goodwill and its role in the community.
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Goodwill Industries of North Central Wisconsin may be best known for its retail stores and vocational training services, but the support it offers to those in local communities goes far beyond the aisles of donated goods available for purchase.

In 2012, Goodwill NCW's programs and services reached more than 51,000 people in 35 counties. Individuals benefiting from the services ranged from infants to those well beyond retirement age, and everyone in between.

Last year the Vocational Support Services program alone served 169 people throughout the entire Fox Valley area. ...

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