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  • Goodwill Goes GLAM! Presented by Bank of Hawaii Foundation




JULY 21, 2016


Hawaii's own Kini Zamora is returning to produce the fifth annual Goodwill Goes GLAM! Fashion Show presented by Bank of Hawaii Foundation for the second year in a row. After drawing a record setting 800 attendees to the event in 2015, Kini is back this year to share his expertise and the GLAM! runway spotlight with the next generation of fashion designers to present the "Doll Me Up" Fashion Show.

In March, an open casting call was held for fashion design students ages 18 and older to audition to participate in Goodwill Goes GLAM! under Kini's mentorship. Kini also invited aspiring designers, ages 10-12, from the advanced classes at ME+U Sewing in Kaimuki to take part.

Together, 13 students are working one-on-one with Kini to create their own original, upcycled fashions for the runway using materials from Goodwill's stores. Following the show, Kini will give out two scholarships -- $1,200 to a student 18 years and older and $300 to a student under 18 -- from The Kini Zamora Fashion Fund sponsored by Goodwill Hawaii to the designer in each age group he feels has the most industry potential in the years to come.

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JULY22 -- 24


Shop name brand fashions and goods at bargain prices. With thousands of one-of-a-kind items restocked hourly, the annual Goodwill Goes GLAM! sale is a treasure trove of the best items that Goodwill Hawaii has to offer. These include designer fashions, shoes and hand bags, vintage housewares, one-of-a-kind collectibles, and the island's best collection of Aloha shirts -- all at very affordable prices. Proceeds go to support Goodwill Hawaii's mission to help people with employment barriers reach their full potential and become self-sufficient. So you can feel good about every purchase you make knowing it goes to a great cause.

Hours of Operation

Friday, July 22 | 10 am -- 8 pm

Saturday, July 23 | 10 am -- 8 pm

Sunday, July 24 | 10 am -- 5 pm

Free Parking at McKinley High School

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Tickets for the retail sale days, July 22-24 can be purchased for $2 at all Goodwill Oahu stores or $4 at the Blaisdell Exhibition Hall

About Goodwill Industries of Hawaii - Kaimuki Store - Donation Center Location
Shopping at Goodwill is a great way to invest in your community. Goodwill stores are brimming with fashionable items at bargain prices, and our selection is endless.

Annually, Goodwill channels more than 90% of its revenues into programs and services. - Learn more...

Shop Goodwill - Turning Jeans into Jobs
Shopping at Goodwill is a great way to invest in your community. Goodwill stores are brimming with fashionable items at bargain prices, and our selection is endless. Even more importantly, every purchase you make at Goodwill helps someone in your community progress toward their personal and professional goals and fulfill their potential.
Store Hours:
Monday - Saturday: 9:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Sunday: 9:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Donation Hours:
Monday -- Saturday: 9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Sunday: 9:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.

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About Goodwill
Goodwill Industries of Hawaii, Inc. is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit corporation that helps people with employment barriers to reach their full potential and become self-sufficient.

Since 1959, we have provided job placement, career development, education, training, employment and support services for people throughout the state. Over 10,000 Hawaii residents each year have benefitted from Goodwill's services, and thousands have found employment in our community.

For more than 100 years, Goodwill Industries has championed a philosophy of community service through the power of work. In 1902, the founder of this philosophy, Reverend Edgar J. Helms, a Methodist Minister, took burlap bags into Boston's wealthier neighborhoods collecting donations. He invited community residents with disabilities and other disadvantages to help repair and sell the donations and used the revenue made through the sales to pay the workers. This philosophy is evident throughout Hawaii's Goodwill, and in Goodwills throughout the world.

Goodwill Industries International
Goodwill Industries of Hawaii (GIH) is an autonomous, dues-paying member of Goodwill Industries International, a growing network of Goodwill organizations throughout the world. There are currently 183 full member Goodwill organizations in the United States and Canada. Since the organization's founding in 1902, Goodwill has helped more than 9 million people. Globally, Goodwill Industries International announced its 21st Century Initiative to serve 20 million people by the year 2020.

Goodwill Leadership and Accreditation
Goodwill is led by a volunteer Board of Directors comprised of civic and business leaders from the community. Goodwill has been fully accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) for more than 30 years, and is certified by NISH. Goodwill maintains active membership in the National Rehabilitation Association, Hawaii Alliance of Nonprofit Organizations, Retail Merchants of Hawaii, Chamber of Commerce of Hawaii, Aloha United Way, Hawaii Employers Council, West Oahu Economic Development Association, and the Kapolei Chamber of Commerce.

Funding and Revenue
Goodwill is rare among not-for-profit agencies because most of its revenue is earned. Our unique, self-sustaining system enables us to serve thousands in Hawaii each year.

Goodwill Industries of Hawaii is funded through:
  • Retail sales at our community stores
  • Service contracts (in competition with private enterprise)
  • City, state and federal job training grants
  • Support from individuals and corporations

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