Joanne K. Hilferty: Goodwill CEO thanks Pioneer Valley residents

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Published: 02-07-2024 7:05 PM

Thank you, Pioneer Valley residents, for donating clothing and household goods to Goodwill! In 2023, you donated 61,000 pounds and, in doing so, made a difference for those most in need in our community.

Morgan Memorial Goodwill Industries is a community-based nonprofit organization. Its mission is to help individuals with barriers to self-sufficiency to achieve independence and dignity through work. Your donations support this mission by helping individuals in our job training and career programs find jobs and by making low-cost quality goods available to individuals and families looking to stretch their dollars. You can learn more about our mission at

Now more than ever, we need your donations. Please continue to bring your gently used clothing and household goods to one of our stores in the Pioneer Valley: Amherst, Chicopee (Fairview) and Northampton. Thank you for your ongoing support of Goodwill!

Joanne K. Hilferty

President and CEO, Morgan
Memorial Goodwill Industries

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