Goodwill to share good news on The Creek

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PHOTO ID:  Veronica Brandon Miller, Senior Vice President of Marketing and Development and Denisia Franklin, Human Resources Manager


Goodwill of Middle Georgia takes to the airwaves with ‘Tell Me Something Good,’ featuring people and businesses ‘doing good’ in the community


[MACON, GA] – Veronica Brandon Miller and Denisia Franklin from Goodwill of Middle Georgia are taking their feel-good message to the airwaves with a new radio show, “Tell Me Something Good.” The segment, which airs on Wednesdays on 100.9 The Creek at 8:00 a.m., focuses on the good that is happening in our community, highlighting individuals, nonprofits and businesses that give generously of time, talent and treasure.


“With so much bad news out there, we are hoping to start a trend with sharing ‘good news’ and give our audience stories that brighten their day,” said David Higdonfrom the Creek. “Our partnership with Goodwill speaks volumes – not only about its mission but also about the wealth of feel-good stories about the community in which we live and work.”


“Not a day goes by that we aren’t touched or inspired by the acts of generosity we see – whether from donors, community partners or business partners we work with,” added Veronica Brandon Miller, Goodwill senior vice president of marketing and development. “We talked about how wonderful it would be to share these stories with the community at large so that they, too, could be inspired. Thanks to The Creek, we have an outlet to talk about how Goodwill is making our community a better place, and highlighting those who are committed to improving the lives of others.”


The show debuted on November 14, 2018.



About Goodwill Industries of Middle Georgia and the CSRA

Goodwill Industries of Middle Georgia and the CSRA builds lives, families and communities one career at a time by helping people develop their God-given gifts through education, work and career services. More than 86 cents of every dollar in Goodwill revenue underwrites education, job training and placement services within the agency’s 35-county service delivery area. Read Goodwill’s annual report at Goodwill Industries of Middle Georgia and the CSRA is accountable to local Board of Directors, belongs to this community and is not owned by any individual or company.