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Goodwill Industries of New Mexico announces continuation of the Homeless Veterans’ Reintegration Program (HVRP).

By Goodwill

Goodwill Industries of New Mexico is very happy to announce the continuation of HVRP. After four very successful years serving veterans in this program, Goodwill Industries of New Mexico applied for and was awarded another three-year grant to administer HVRP services.
The purpose of HVRP is to provide services to assist in reintegrating homeless veterans into meaningful employment within the labor force and to stimulate the development of effective service delivery systems that will address the complex problem of veterans facing homelessness and unemployment. For information on HVRP, please contact:
Staci Pennartz at spennartz@goodwillnm.org, or call the Goodwill location in your area.
Goodwill Industries of New Mexico is a local 501(c)(3) non-profit. In 2017, we were able to serve 17,403 New Mexicans because our donation base exists. Our ability to reach another 17,000 New Mexicans with ten free programs and services like HVRP is dependent on the community’s support of Goodwill’s mission.
Consider that a single bag or box of donations can provide 1 hour or more of free job skills training or job placement assistance to a New Mexican in need.
We will gladly accept these gently used items:
• Clothing/Shoes • Jewelry
• Home Décor/Artwork
• Small Kitchen Appliances
• Handbags/Accessories • Furniture
• Housewares/Linens
• Electronics
Goodwill has been serving New Mexicans for 76 years and currently offers ten free programs and services. 2018 indicators point to an increased need for veteran housing, specialized social services, skills training, and job placement for New Mexicans.
To find out if you are in a home-pickup zone or to locate the Goodwill donation center nearest to you visit www.goodwillnm.org.

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