Goodwill Industries of Hawaii’s mission is to help people with employment barriers reach their full potential and become self-sufficient. More than 90 percent of Goodwill’s total revenue goes towards its educational, employment and training programs in Hawaii that help individuals secure good jobs, build a better future for their families and strengthen their communities.

In 2010, Goodwill helped more than 13,000 people in Hawaii through its CARF-accredited education, employment and career development programs, and aided 1,667 people in finding employment in the local community. Key target communities include the economically disadvantaged, Pacific Islander immigrants, individuals with criminal histories, at-risk youth and the developmentally disabled.



Do you have a knack for thrifting?

Do you get a rush when you KNOW you’ve snagged a great deal?

Do you have an eye for all things vintage?

Are you luxury/name brand savvy?

Perhaps you have a talent for thrifting (fashion finds, home decor, etc.) & would like to share your stories and pics describing YOUR Goodwill Hunting.

Goodwill Industries of Hawaii participants and staff sharing their aloha at the Special Olympics opening ceremonies

Do you have a heartfelt story or experience to share about one of Goodwill’s programs?

Become a Goodwill Hunter by sharing your Goodwill Fashion Finds and Goodwill Stories for possible blog publication.

Write to [email protected] to submit your story for review or if you have any questions.Happy Hunting!

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  1. I’m honored that you were inspired by a post from ‘lil ol’ me. Thank you for your kind words and encouragement. Good luck to you and your new endeavors! I’m looking forward to seeing where this blog takes you!

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