Goodwill Industries of Toronto

Donations from the public and corporations fuel the engine of our operations, enabling us to employ more people in the community.


We have volunteer opportunities available, whether you are an individual or a corporation looking to engage your employees.


We've made it easy for you to donate to Goodwill at stores and donation centres throughout the Greater Toronto Area, Eastern Central and Northern Ontario.

Our mission is to enable opportunities to those facing employment barriers. We serve youth, adults, and those with development disabilities.

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Goodwill accepts all cash donations from the general public, corporate donors and private foundations. Corporations can organize their own fundraising initiatives with Goodwill as the charitable recipient with all proceeds going towards job creation for those who need it most.


Goodwill’s core mission is to enable work opportunities and provide skills development for people facing barriers to employment, including people with disabilities, youth, the chronically unemployed, and newcomers to Canada. Our mission is fulfilled through the collection and sale of donated goods.


The Humanitarian Award was presented to Goodwill's Glady Okine, in recognition for her work with the Sesheme Foundation. With a focus on youth, families and seniors, the foundation assists with settlement support for refugees, opportunities for youth, and adults transitioning between work opportunities.


Goodwill is pleased to assist members of the media with their research needs and is available to speak on a variety of community-related issues such as employment realities, and the health, social and economic costs upon members of our society who cannot obtain meaningful work.