A student from Stevens High School in San Antonio Texas models his Goodwill fashion outfit for the Stevens High School and Goodwill San Antonio Fiesta Fashion Show. Agosto Cuellar stands beside the student providing an interview for KSAT 12.
March 30, 2023

Stevens High School students and Goodwill San Antonio are getting ready to host their second annual Fiesta Sustainable Fashion Show on Friday.

“Goodwill is dedicated to sustainability and giving items a second chance in the store and its teaching this young generation how important that is,” said Libby Castillo, director of strategic communications at Goodwill San Antonio.

Goodwill San Antonio CEO Carlos Contreras stands with graduates of the digital literacy program.
March 13, 2023

In today’s digital age, the ability to navigate our world through technology is more important than ever. Digital literacy is vital to communicate, find employment, and to stay informed of the world around us.

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February 24, 2023

The Federal Reserve Board on Friday announced four new members of its Community Advisory Council (CAC).

Goodwill San Antonio Good Careers Academy medical assistant student drawing blood
February 14, 2023

For decades, Goodwill San Antonio has remained committed to helping our diverse community achieve upward mobility through stable employment, skills development, job training, and other life-changing opportunities.

Members of Goodwill San Antonio Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee stand together with Goodwill San Antonio CEO Carlos Contreras and San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce President Marina Gonzales
January 20, 2023

Goodwill San Antonio is reflecting on the accomplishments of the previous year, while looking forward to the promise of a new one. Like most, we resolve to continue our good practices and set our sights on new goals, which, for us, are centered around making a difference in our community and fulfilling our mission.

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About Goodwill San Antonio

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Serving San Antonio since 1945, Goodwill San Antonio is a Section 501(c)(3) non-profit social enterprise that helps change lives through the power of work. When you shop at or donate to Goodwill, your purchases and donations help fund education, training and career services to empower people with life barriers to find meaningful employment . In addition to operating retail stores and donation stations in San Antonio, Cibolo, Kerrville, Laredo, New Braunfels, Seguin and the surrounding areas, Goodwill San Antonio provides certified vocational training programs through its Good Careers Academy, free employment services through its Good Careers Centers, and manages contracts for the U.S. government and local municipalities for outsourced services ranging from document management and contact center solutions to grounds maintenance activities through its Business Services operation.

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