How Can I Help?

Spread and share our stories! Follow our channels on social media and spread the love. We love when people like and spread Goodwill. Click on the links below to follow, like and share: FACEBOOK  TWITTER  INSTAGRAM  PINTEREST  YOUTUBE  TIKTOK

Make a gift now and make a difference. Make a gift directly to Goodwill Southern California (GSC) online. Your information is kept safe and private with our secure server. CLICK HERE TO DONATE

Donate your car, motorcycle, boat, or RV! Call 800-898-8285 to learn more or for FREE pick-up, or CLICK HERE. We accept any vehicle, any condition, at any location.

Plan your legacy. Make your gift last a lifetime and beyond. Contact us at 323-539-2185 or to learn about planned giving.

Shop Amazon Smile . Amazon Smile is the same as, but .5% of purchases on eligible items will be donated to Goodwill Southern California. Choose GSC as your charity of choice by selecting Goodwill Industries of Southern California.

Purchase items from our Walmart Registry for GOOD. Sometimes the biggest challenge to work are the things outside of work: access to food, clothing, and other personal items. Help someone with a gift from the registry today.

Donate goods. CLICK HERE to find your nearest donation center.

Why does this matter?

For over 100 years, GSC has promoted self-sufficiency by training and placing significant numbers of people in jobs. We hope these stories remind the community-at-large how we all benefit from an active and healthy workforce; because we all deserve to benefit from a thriving economy.

We have an even greater imperative to work together as homelessness grows in the Southern California region. Homelessness is not an individual problem, it is a community issue. You can help end homelessness by spreading Goodwill. When you support Goodwill Southern California, you enrich communities through employment programs and opportunities, partnerships, youth programs and donation drive fundraisers. Reducing unemployment increases workforce purchasing power and lessens the burden on government support services. Sometimes getting someone back to work is just identifying the right opportunity for each and every uniquely talented member of our community.