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Goodwill of South Central Ohio partners with individuals with disabilities and challenges to help them lead the lives they envision.

Recycling 2023
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Goodwill of South Central Ohio is a nonprofit agency focused on improving the quality of life and job opportunities for those with disabilities and disadvantages across our eight-county region: Athens, Fayette, Hocking, Jackson, Pickaway, Pike, Ross, and Vinton.

We work toward accomplishing our mission in a variety of ways, but we always start in the same place – finding out the dreams and desires of the individual who has come to us for assistance.

When you shop at or donate to Goodwill of South Central Ohio, you become a valued partner in our mission to partner with individuals with disabilities and challenges to help them lead the lives they envision.

We’ve been serving South Central Ohio since 1959 when our first store opened on East Main Street in Chillicothe.
Where your things start new lives.
Paul Goodwill Services

Since Paul came to Goodwill in 2020, he’s taken advantage of as many services as possible which led to a job offer with our gloves operation.

“I like doing gloves because it keeps me busy. In between doing gloves, I help out as much as I can around the warehouse.”

Summer Youth 2023

Business partners helped us deliver a successful Summer Youth again this year!

“The individuals who came in thinking it was going to be a struggle, in the long run, showed the best growth overall, and it was a great experience the individuals have enjoyed.”

Faith, Goodwill Job Coach

Hannah Ross Services Center

Hannah has broken out of her shell since coming to the Ross Services Center for day services and to work in Project Connect.

“I love Goodwill, from the people I’ve met to being able to go and do work ... Goodwill has helped me, and I know the services they provide can help others.”


Ryan - Logan Project Connect

“Goodwill helped when needed; helped me find a job. I learned various skills through Project Connect that have helped me with where I’m working now."


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