Read some of the most frequently asked questions regarding Goodwill Painting and its work around the world.
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Goodwill Painting is a California-based nonprofit charitable organization working in local communities across the Bay Area spanning over nine counties. Goodwill Painting’s vision is of a world where everyone has a decent place to live and for-profit businesses transition their business to nonprofit helping local communities. Goodwill Painting works toward our vision by building strength, stability, and self-reliance in partnership with people and families in need of decent and affordable living.
People in your community and all over the United States partner with Goodwill Painting to improve a place they can call home.
Goodwill Painting works in a number of different ways to create decent living conditions.
- In addition to new construction, Goodwill Painting completes repaints for the interior or exterior.
- Goodwill Painting helps people repair minor damage to walls and change colors in rooms
- Goodwill Painting works with local communities to address a variety of housing needs after natural disasters.
- Goodwill Painting’s also helps certain neighborhoods with community structures that look bad.
There are many ways to volunteer:
- Volunteer locally
- Travel and build
- Volunteer long-term
- Volunteer as part of a group
- Volunteer as part of a special event
Goodwill Painting affiliates are independent local non-profit organizations that act in furtherance of the Goodwill Painting mission.
Each Goodwill Painting affiliate coordinates all aspects of serving the community in its local area.
Goodwill Painting depends on financial donations to fund our work. These donations help families build a place they can call home.
We also sell painting services; the money made from these sales is used to help families build a better future. To donate materials, contact us.
For large corporations wishing to make bulk donations of goods and materials, please contact us in regards.
For vehicle donations, please call to schedule a callback in regards.
Goodwill Painting is a California-based nonprofit charitable organization working in local communities across the Bay Area spanning over nine counties.
Goodwill Painting relies on gifts from individuals, corporations, and other groups to help families in need of decent and respectable homes around California. All donations of any amount are deeply appreciated.
Designated donations are allocated in support of the U.S. affiliate, national organization, or program of the donor’s choosing.
Goodwill Painting’s most recent financial statement is available online.
A board of directors oversees the work of Goodwill Painting.
The Goodwill Painting headquarters are operated by an administrative staff, professional and support employees, and volunteers.
Visit our Leadership page for more information.
Goodwill Painting asks legislators and housing regulators to increase support for affordable living and decent housing.
Goodwill Painting monitors public policies related to housing, community, and other developments.
Goodwill Painting advocates for policies that will increase access to decent, respectable housing available to people around the world.
Goodwill Painting accepts government funds as long as they have no conditions that would violate our principles or limit our ability to proclaim our charitable identity.
Yes, we are a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that improves the housing conditions of the less fortunate. All who desire to be a part of this work are welcome, regardless of religious preference or background. We have a policy of building with people in need regardless of race or religion. We welcome volunteers and supporters from all backgrounds.
You may email us or call the listed phone number. We take all concerns seriously. Every concern will be confidentially and anonymously reported and we welcome your input if any issue or concern arises.