From the magazine: ‘Amazing work: Social entrepreneurship gives Goodwill a boost’

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At a recent Rotary on the Move event, held by the Rotary Club of Milwaukee North Shore at Goodwill Industries in Milwaukee, we saw Goodwill turning old clothes into jobs.

 

“It’s about helping people and transforming lives through the power of work,” said Dan Depies, vice president of workplace & program development for Goodwill Industries of Southeastern Wisconsin Inc.

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Once we toured the facility on 91st Street, we understood how old clothes, small appliances and books could fuel this organization’s engine and produce meaningful jobs.

Read more from Cary Silverstein’s column in BizTimes Milwaukee’s Nov. 10 issue.

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