Goodwill Industries of Fort Worth is giving adults with disabilities an opportunity to find more independence through Edgar’s Bath Goods.
Goodwill says it’s the largest employer of people with disabilities worldwide, and it’s newest venture called Edgar’s Bath Goods is a continuation of that mission. Employees at Edgar’s handmake luxury bath bombs with all of the company’s proceeds going directly to Goodwill.
“Our mission through Edgar’s Bath Goods is to provide an opportunity for adults with disabilities to achieve their maximum independence through the power of work,” David Cox, president and CEO of Goodwill Industries of Fort Worth, said in a statement. “These luxurious bath bombs are handmade with love by these local citizens who possess unique abilities and a keen passion for work.”
The money raised through Edgar’s supports other people with disabilities by providing jobs and job training for them as well as people with other employment barriers such as homelessness, lack of education or work experience, or criminal backgrounds.
The products are all free of chemicals, parabens, alcohol, mineral oils, and sulfate and have not been tested on animals. They come in several Texas-inspired scents such as Yellow Rose of Texas, Bluebonnet, and Texas Sunflower.
Although Edgar’s Bath Bombs are not available in Goodwill stores, they are available online at www.EdgarsBathGoods.com or customers can shop them locally at the GW Boutique in Keller. Goodwill plans to continue expanding Edgar’s Bath Goods through additional brick-and-mortar retail locations throughout this year.
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