2000 Pacific Business News names Goodwill Industries of Hawaii as the #1 Permanent Placement Firm.
2002 More than 200 members celebrate Goodwill’s Centennial Anniversary (1902-2002).
2003 For the 4th year in a row, Goodwill is rated as Pacific Business News’ #1 Permanent Placement Firm.
2004 Goodwill’s first Employment & Training program on Maui begins.
2005 Goodwill gains statewide presence with the SEE Hawaii Work program.
2006 Goodwill kicks off its capital campaign for the ?Ohana Career and Learning Center.
2006 Goodwill hosts its first Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Tax Clinic.
2007 Goodwill serves 8,222 people and places 1,699 into employment.
2007 Goodwill’s first immigrant services program, Imi Loa, starts.
2007 The Home Ownership Assistance Program (HOAP), a partnership with the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands launches.
2008 Goodwill serves 9,417 people and places 1,863 into employment.
2008 Goodwill successfully raises $13 million for its capital campaign for the ?Ohana Career and Learning Center.
2008 Goodwill posts weekly YouTube videos of the ?Ohana Career and Learning Center construction progress.
2009 Goodwill celebrates 50 years in Hawaii
2009 Goodwill establishes a social medial presence on Facebook and Twitter.
2009 Tax Clinic services expand to Maui and Hilo.
2009 Goodwill launches two new programs: Ho?okele Mua, an acculturation program for Pacific Islander immigrants in Kona; and M?lama Moe, a small business development training program in Hilo.
2009 The Imi Loa Immigrant Services Program expands to Maui County.
2009 After serving Kauai through the SEE program for four years, Goodwill opens its first Kauai office with its Job Connections program.
2010 The Ohana Career and Learning Center of Kapolei opens.