Due to the stay-at-home orders by Governor Little of Idaho and Governor Bullock of Montana, our Goodwill stores and donation sites in Idaho and Montana
will be temporarily closed. The locations will not be accepting donations during this time.

Our Story: Creating independence. Every person. Every day.

We’re passionate about providing opportunities for people to access the skills, support and encouragement they need to achieve greater independence.

Whether we’re teaching adults with intellectual disabilities daily living skills, helping low-income workers find meaningful employment, or assisting elderly adults with household chores so they can remain at home, the goal of all Easterseals-Goodwill services is to help people
increase their independence and improve their lives.

Our Community Impact:

people with disabilities were able to live more independently in 2019
people received therapy and health-related services in 2019
people received job training and employment services in 2019

Our Mission: Together we create opportunities that change lives

Easterseals-Goodwill Northern Rocky Mountain Inc. is a private, nonprofit organization serving children and adults with disabilities,
along with disadvantaged families in Idaho, Montana, Utah and Wyoming.        

Let’s Get Social!

Do you have vehicle you would like to donate to Goodwill? We take vehicles in all conditions, running or not. Simply call 866-492-2770 or go to www.GoodwillCarDonation.org, answer a few questions and they take it from there–from arranging a towing company to picking up your car to delivering the paperwork for your tax benefit purposes. They will also go through the steps of what to do after you donate the vehicle like de-registering the car and canceling insurance.

All of the money (minus the towing, auction and administration fees) from the resale of your donated vehicle goes to Easterseals-Goodwill to support our many mission-focused programs.
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Know the facts. No one from the IRS will be reaching out to you by phone, email, mail or in person asking for any kind of information to complete your economic impact payment. Learn how to watch for scams at: www.irs.gov/coronavirus See MoreSee Less

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