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Goodwill at a Glance 2012 Annual Report

Our Mission To transform lives and communities through the power of education and employment.


Revenue Contributions/Donated Goods

2012 Summary of Financial Data

$4,304,307

Retail/Donated Goods Sales

$20,206,140

Service Contracts

$10,634,564

Workforce Development

$1,111,619

Contributions/Fundraising

$1,545,960

Net Investment Income (loss)

$439,264

Other

$151,753

Total Revenue and Support

$38,393,607

Expenses Retail/Donated Goods Service Contracts

$9,381,095

Workforce Development

$2,377,708

Management & General

$2,232,503

Development & Fundraising Total Expenses

Change in Net Assets

2012 Factoids Retail and Donated Goods • Goodwill of Greater Washington (DC Goodwill) had 13 retail stores in 2012 plus an ecommerce portal with plans to add two more stores by the end of 2013 • Over 1.1 million purchases were made at DC Goodwill retail stores • Donations to DC Goodwill kept 20 million lbs. of material out of local landfills • All DC Goodwill employees are paid more than federal and local minimum wage standards • Almost 500,000 lbs of computer equipment were recycled through the Dell Reconnect program

$21,320,338

500,000 people donated goods in 2012

$996,963 $36,308,607

$2,085,000


2012 Workforce Development Statistics

3,288 persons served in 2012

26 0.8%

258 7.8%

2,437 73.5%

593

17.9%

Workforce Development Services

82

• The Workforce Development division served more than 3,200 people, placing 220 into new jobs • All enrolled students receive occupational and job readiness training, case management, job placement assistance, and other supportive services • DC Goodwill presently has career centers in NE Washington, DC, Foggy Bottom, and Arlington, VA with a new career center scheduled to open in Annandale, VA

Development & Fundraising • DC Goodwill generated more than $2.6 million in donations and grants • 2012 marked the return of the Fashion of Goodwill Runway Show & Gala generating more than $200,000 in revenue

percent of ou r Ability One contract employees ha ve a severe di sability

Contracts • Goodwill of Greater Washington offered services in custodial, grounds maintenance and pest control in 2012 • DC Goodwill had 12 contract sites, of which nine were Ability One contracts • There were 213 employees in DC Goodwill’s contracts division at the end of 2012 • Goodwill cleans several large government sites including the Bureau of Engraving & Printing, the National Geological Survey, and Bolling Air Force Base


Goodwill of Greater Washington More than a Thrift Store 2012 Economic Impact

Goodwill of Greater Washington transforms lives and communities through the power of education and employment. In 2012 Goodwill also made a measurable economic impact on our local community.

13.08

$

13

Average hourly wage of individuals placed into employment through Goodwill programs and services.

Goodwill of Greater Washington Retail Stores

18,820,838

$

17,011,233

$

Economic Impact

1,345,988

$

892,823.62

$

Store Revenue

Sales Tax Paid

Payroll

Payroll Tax Paid

487,423 lbs. of landfill reduction

Enviromental Impact

Goodwill of Greater Washington 2200 South Dakota Ave., NE Washington, DC 20018 Tel: (202) 636-4225 Toll-free: 1 (888) 817-4323 Fax: (202) 526-3994 www.dcgoodwill.org

2012 DC Goodwill Annual Report  

These are our stats on how we transformed lives and communities through the power of education and employment in 2012.

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