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Olathe Blocking Goodwill Store Reinforces Stereotypes and Hurts Economic Development
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Olathe Blocking Goodwill Store Reinforces Stereotypes and Hurts Economic Development

April 30, 2021

Businesses are reopening and jobs are coming back, but not for everyone. According to the website, tracktherecovery.org, while the recession has almost ended for high-wage workers, employment for low-wage workers is still 30% lower than it was just before the pandemic in February 2020.

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Olathe Blocking Goodwill Store Reinforces Stereotypes and Hurts Economic Development

April 30, 2021

The opinion article below, written and submitted by our Chief Mission Officer, Anita Davis, was published today, Friday, April 30th, in the Kansas City Star. A link to the …

State Farm Awards $5,000 Grant to MoKan Goodwill

April 19, 2021

Goodwill Western Missouri and Eastern Kansas receives a $5,000 grant from State Farm. Local agent Chad Mitchell presented the check.   As a digital skills divide an…

Anita Davis, Chief Mission Officer Featured on Grill Nation Radio Show

April 1, 2021

  MoKan Goodwill's Chief Mission Officer, Anita Davis will be featured on the Grill Nation Radio Show this Saturday, April 3rd on 980 AM Radio speaking about o…

CITING ITS COMMITMENT TO EQUITY AND INCLUSION, MOKAN GOODWILL FILES SUIT AGAINST CITY OF OLATHE

March 22, 2021

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MoKan Goodwill Partners with CWC Joint Venture: Workforce Training Program

March 11, 2021

  MoKan Goodwill is proud to be partnering with the CWC Joint Venture: Workforce Training Program to offer essential skills training to prepare job candidates who w…

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