Goodwill’s workforce development programs are also supported by financial contributions from community members, businesses and private foundations. Our job training, job placement and support services are in the highest demand. The more financial donations we receive, the more people we can help place into competitive jobs. You can make a financial donation online through our secure site or by sending a check to us at the address below:

  • Development Department (Attention: Mussett McBride)
    Goodwill Industries of the Greater East Bay
    1301 30th Avenue, Oakland, CA 94601

Planned Giving

Help Goodwill Industries of the Greater East Bay continue our work today and into the future
When you plan a gift to Goodwill as part of your overall estate and financial plans, you help us continue to create solutions that truly change lives.  Making a planned gift to Goodwill Industries of the Greater East Bay ensures our ability to continue our mission of turning donations into jobs – offering lifetime purpose and opportunity to individuals, families and communities. Goodwill offers a wide range of options to give while securing your family’s financial future. With your planned gift, you may also receive substantial tax and financial benefits.  Please consider making a gift of:
  • Cash
  • A percentage of your estate through a living trust or will
  • Real estate, securities, or other marketable assets
  • Life Insurance or Retirement Accounts
Gifts may be made as unrestricted gifts or can be restricted to Goodwill’s Endowment Fund.  All funds are invested to support our workforce development training and job placement programs into the future. To learn more about the various ways you can include Goodwill Industries of the Greater East Bay as a part of your estate plan, please contact Mussett McBride, at +1 (510) 698-7224 or mussett.mcbride@eastbaygoodwill.org.

Goodwill Industries of the Greater East Bay is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization (EIN/tax ID number: 94-1186175). Your gifts are fully tax-deductible to the extent allowable by law.