Rick Hill thought he’d be playing golf every day, enjoying retirement.
“I was incredibly bored, and my wife said, ‘You might as well get another job,’” said Hill. “The stars aligned… I was introduced to Goodwill and its mission, and at that point I knew I didn’t want to do anything else but work for Goodwill the rest of my life.”
Today, at 58, Hill is at the helm of Goodwill Keystone Area, serving the 22-county region of central and southeastern Pennsylvania, including the Harrisburg area.
A lot of people are familiar with Goodwill as the nonprofit organization that accepts donated items to stock their thrift stores—but that’s only part of their story.