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Support New Mexico job growth, accessibility to services by shopping at Goodwill

Have you decided what you’re going to dress up as for Halloween? Creating a Halloween costume or a DIY project by visiting Goodwill is a fun way to make a contribution to the community.

More funding for Goodwill’s free programs and services are generated during Halloween than any other time of the year. In 2018, Goodwill served over 18,000 New Mexicans through their nine free programs and services.

Nearly 1,500 individuals were placed into new jobs throughout the community and close to 300 homeless veterans were able to find permanent housing and employment. This year, Goodwill aims to serve over 20,000 New Mexicans which is possible with the support of local Halloween shoppers.

October 21 and 28 are GoodDeral Days where shoppers will save 25% off of their entire purchase.

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