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During August, the CitiFinancial Servicing Center in Waldorf will collect clothing donations to help support the mission of Goodwill, which will benefit Waldorf residents.
CitiFinancial’s partnership with Goodwill reflects its philanthropic and community-oriented corporate culture, a news release announcing the clothing drive states.
“Sharing a like-minded vision with Goodwill, CitiFinancial Servicing is helping to make the neighborhoods where we do business better places to live and work,” Sue Harnett, head of consumer lending for Citi Holdings, said in the release. “We have a strong tradition of supporting local organizations that help those in need, and we are excited area residents will be joining us in this effort throughout August.”
Donors in Waldorf will play a vital role in Goodwill’s ability to fulfill its mission of helping people go to work.
“Goodwill’s partnership with CitiFinancial will provide a meaningful opportunity to reach its millions of employees and customers, and not only increase donations, but engage a new audience of donors and shoppers,” Jim Gibbons, president and CEO of Goodwill Industries International, said in the release. “The revenue from the sale of the donations will enable Goodwill to design job training programs that meet the specific needs of job seekers in the communities where CitiFinancial branches are located.”
The CitiFinancial center is at 2925 Crain Highway.