On Sunday, March 21st, Goodwill’s Public Information Officer, Michael Flannery, was a guest on WCPO’s “Good Morning Tri-State,” hosted by Jenell Walton. Among the many topics discussed was Ohio Valley Goodwill’s recent recognition by GreatNonprofits as one of the top-rated employment and training centers in the country serving individuals with disabilities as well as our nation’s veterans. Flannery also stressed the urgent need for donations to support Goodwill’s on-going mission.
This was a home-coming of sorts for Flannery as he was a reporter at WCPO for more than 13 years before coming to Ohio Valley Goodwill.
“I was thrilled to have the opportunity to talk with Jenell and brag about the work that Goodwill does for our community” said Flannery. “I was happy to inform WCPO viewers of how Goodwill works to help people with disabilities and why their donations are so critical,” added Flannery.
Ohio Valley Goodwill is grateful to “Good Morning Tri-State” and WCPO for their assistance in sharing Goodwill’s important mission of service to the Greater Cincinnati community.