Craft old t-shirts into something new with these clever projects. Supplement the tees you find at home with inexpensive ones from Goodwill. We’d love to see what you come up with! Share your finished projects with us on Instagram by tagging us @higoodwill.
1. Outgrown your graphic tee collection? Make them into hip BABY BIBS! These make great gifts for new moms! Learn how here.
2. Add a pop of color to your room with a fun BRAIDED RUG.
We would like to present a new and continuously improving Goodwill Hunter Blog, focusing on fashion at a bargain, stylist tips, DIYs, and more. Our new blog statement explains that…
“The Goodwill Hunter Blog is an eco-fashion resource. It is a fresh take on how to achieve a fashion-forward wardrobe and lifestyle on a bargain, while doing good for the community and the environment.”
We hope you enjoy the changes and re-focus, there’s much more to come. Keep updated by subscribing to The Goodwill Hunter Blog for fun stories on fashion at Goodwill!
Looking for a unique, affordable Halloween costume? You’ll find everything you need to create the one-of-a-kind look that you desire at Goodwill Industries of Hawaii.
By purchasing gently used items, you’ll save on your Halloween costumes and decorations, and no one will know that you didn’t buy new! Not only will you save big, but your purchase will help provide job training services to people with disabilities and disadvantages in Hawaii.
Hawaiian 105 KINE is a popular music station, playing Hawaiian music for listeners across the island. Radio personalities Billie V., Mele Apana, Dave Lancaster, Bruddah Wade, and Sistah Sherry bring fun and laughter through our radios.
Fashion derives from inspiration through many things. It can come from nature, architecture, culture, and even music. Ever listen to Anuhea on Hawaiian 105 KINE and feel inspired to channel her girly/edgy style? Bank of Hawaii presents Goodwill Goes GLAM! can help you create a look inspired by your favorite artist with its treasure trove of amazing fashion. Here’s a Mossimo bustier for sale at the event. In the right hands, this piece could be a modern take on Maddona or a very Rihanna worthy piece!
Early on, UPW was part of a social movement designed to bring more economic and political resources to Hawaii’s working class families. Presently, they have grown tremendously and still demonstrate that they Malama Pono (take proper care) the community.
Goodwill Industries of Hawaii knows a thing or two about giving back to the community as more than 90-cents of every dollar generated from the sale of donated items directly supports Goodwill’s job placement and job training programs. The second annual Bank of Hawaii presents Goodwill Goes GLAM! helps to increase the public awareness of our non-profit mission – to help people with employment barriers to reach their full potential and become self-sufficient.