Canadian Goodwill offers an atmosphere of dignity and respect for those who want to help themselves.
Canadian Goodwill works to help rebuild the community in three ways. 1. By retraining people for new jobs; 2. By helping people develop job skills and: 3. By recycling used goods. Canadian Goodwill offers job placement to individuals with special needs by training them to be successful in areas such as appliance repair, upholstery, carpentry, and customer service. The Canadian Goodwill employment programs help the environment by recycling. Items in good condition are priced and placed for sale in one of the Canadian Goodwill Stores. However some donations the individuals being trained in those areas, of course always being closely supervised. Anything which is not repairable is recycled as much as possible. Parts are taken off non-working electronics to be used in repairing other electronics. Clothing articles which is stained or torn are taken to the rag department and are sold as re-usable rags. Used Furniture, Appliances, Clothing, Antiques, Books, Records, Tapes
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