April is Earth Month. Our thrift stores in Burlington and Oakville serve an important environmental mission: We enable our communities to reuse, repurpose, and recycle clothing and household items.
The new year is usually a time to take stock and perhaps consider new directions. At Goodwill Amity, we actually help people start fresh year-round by supporting individuals in entering or re-entering the workforce.
Our Recommendations are meant to support the government’s objectives of job creation, building a more inclusive and resilient Canada, strengthening the middle class, and stimulating a better economy for everyone.
Download and view the 2023 Federal Budget Submission from Goodwill.
Our Recommendations are meant to support the government’s objectives to “help us continue to build Ontario’s long-term prosperity and create jobs, while supporting workers and communities in every corner of our province.”
Download and view the 2023 Budget Submission from Goodwill.
Goodwill is delighted to announce Akosua Alagaratnam as a new board member at Goodwill Amity.
Goodwill Amity was founded on September 27, 1935 and this fall we reflected on our history, celebrated the achievements of job seekers and employers in today’s challenging environment, and cast our eyes to the future.
Summer can be a more leisurely season but we didn’t slow down so wanted to share Goodwill Amity happenings since our June newsletter.
Congratulations to Our 2020 Award Winners!
Goodwill is delighted to share our June newsletter, in which we share recent announcements and happenings, including updates on our impact.
The month of June began with the Hamilton Chamber of Commerce’s Outstanding Business Achievement Awards and we were thrilled to be the winner in the Not-for-Profit category.
The Annual General Meeting of Goodwill, The Amity Group was held in Hamilton, Ontario yesterday, June 9, 2021. Among the agenda items were the election of Directors and recognition of departing Directors.
Download and view the Goodwill Amity 2021 Annual Report: