Palmetto Goodwill’s programs and services are funded through the sale of generously donated household goods and clothing in our 30 retail stores across lower South Carolina. More than 90 cents of every dollar Goodwill generates helps provide support, education and job training for members of our community.
Thanks to our wonderful donors and shoppers, – more...in 2018 we were able to provide over 41,000 services to 15,398 unique individuals in lower South Carolina. We also helped place 3,094 people in new jobs, trained over 4,100 individuals, served 960 veterans and attained 184 national certifications for program participants!
Palmetto Goodwill continues to grow and evolve while staying true to our mission of offering sustainable employment opportunities and related support services to those in need. To that end, in the summer of 2018 Palmetto Goodwill leadership began developing a 2025 strategic plan to define and give greater focus to our efforts. The resulting plan is vetted, challenging and achievable, and establishes a well defined framework for Goodwill’s future growth, mission advancement and funding. – less
Written by Textile Worker (Current Employee) from Knightsville, SC on July 14, 2019
My manager at knightsville Goodwill inspects me to pull and put clothes where they go and bring rack every 30 minutes I can't do that because I have disability I can't be that fast in that so little time why do management do this to us who have disabilities and struggle to keep up because we're not that fast and worry to lost our jobs