Quarter 2 – 2024 Goodwill of Northern Wisconsin and Upper Peninsula Round-Up

Every quarter the 5 Goodwill locations of Northern Wisconsin and Upper Michigan will be hosting a Saturday “Round-Up Your Change” event that helps support an organization of their choice in each of their communities. Any amount raised by the stores, Goodwill NWUP will match, and 100% of the Round-Up Change proceeds will go directly to the organization! One of Goodwill NWUP’s many missions is strong community support.  By holding monthly Round-Up events, we hope to encourage giving back and supporting organizations in each of our communities!  Every little bit of change helps, and we appreciate your generosity!

Organizations hosted for the 2nd Quarter of 2024:

Marquette, MIWomen’s Center


The Mission of The Women’s Center is to provide programs and services in Marquette and Alger Counties that Protect, Educate, Advocate, Counsel, and Empower. The Women’s Center believes that every individual is entitled to dignity and respect, and that women and men should be treated equally under the law and by society in general. No individual should be discriminated against or limited by society based on age, race, ethnicity, sex, gender identity, career choice, sexual orientation, or other circumstances of legitimate life choices.



Houghton, MIThe Calumet Community Free Fridge and Food Pantry

Every child deserves a chance to see their potential realized. By matching adult mentors, one-to-one, with children in our communities, Big Brothers Big Sisters defends that potential and helps change lives and futures today and forever.


Escanaba, MIBay Cliff Health Camp


Bay Cliff is a year-round, nonprofit therapy and wellness center for children and adults with disabilities. Bay Cliff’s flagship program is a seven-week, summer therapy camp session serving children with disabilities. The children work towards goals of increased independence and living a fuller life. Bay Cliff also provides a number of programs year-round, including an adult program for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, an adaptive paddling workshop, and a number of weekend family camps.


Marinette, WIBiehl Bridges

Bridges to Recovery is a grant-funded, non-profit, community organization that offers support, services, and connections for individuals affected by, seeking or are in recovery from substance use disorder. The individuals we serve have Substance Abuse Disorders and our services are provided at no cost to the individual.


Sault St. Marie, MI – The Soo Locks Children Museum

The Soo Locks Children’s Museum (SLCM) is a registered 501c3 non-profit organization with the goal of creating a children’s museum where kids have an environment to learn and grow as they express themselves, play, imagine, and create. The museum will have many hands-on, interactive exhibits to support this learning.