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2017 Annual Report


89 cents

of every dollar spent was applied directly to programs and services

11,082,300

347,796

pounds of e-waste collected and recycled

75,002

hours of free job training and skills classes

The surprise 17,403 of a forced total people served career change through our free programs and services was the reason behind Eric sending an application for our GoodJobs Program. The skills classes were what he needed to move into a new field. We helped him secure job interviews and he was quickly hired by Alorica. Eric completed additional training with his new employer and was soon promoted to supervisor. as *b

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OUR PROGRAMS BY THE NUMBERS IN 2017 764

Veteran Family Services Brain Injury Case Management

1,650

Gateway To Work

526 1,135

GoodSkills Homeless Veterans’ Reintegration Program

238

Senior Community Service Employment Program

504

Supportive Services for Veteran Families

892 98

Customer Service Training Program Third Party Assessments

1,125 49 4,627

TrialWorks People Served by More Than One Program

4,485 GoodJobs Participants

10,564 Service Referrals

1,361 People Placed in Community Employment

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Revenue

2,003,414 4,097,694 40,750 312,444 20,114,646

Expenses

17,600 2018 Goal for People Served by Goodwill’s Programs and Services.

Wages/Benefits Supplies Capital Expenditures Occupancy Miscellaneous Depreciation

1,375 2018 Goal for People Placed in Community Employment.

12,743,134 566,881 216,128 2,688,160 2,368,278 1,532,065 20,114,646

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Secondary Market Program Services Public Support Other Revenue

BRAIN INJURY PROGRAM

Loretta was a teacher with a Master’s degree when a traumatic brain injury changed her life forever. Before she found Goodwill’s Brain Injury program, she struggled with depression, lack of resources, and little natural support. After two years in the program Loretta regained her skills and confidence. With Goodwill’s help, she has returned to the workforce and is currently a kindergarten teacher. Retail 13,660,344


Our Locations

Leadership

ALBUQUERQUE

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

5000 San Mateo Blvd 11500 Menual Blvd 7120 Holly Avenue 6636 Caminito Coors 3211 Coors Blvd 4701 Lincoln Street 87109 1108 Juan Tabo 3401 NM-528

87109 87112 87113 87120 87121 87112 87114

BERNALILLO 1021 Venada Plaza Dr

87004

CLOVIS 2005 N. Prince Street

88101

FARMINGTON 1861 N. Hutton Road

87402

GALLUP 1820 E. Highway 66

87301

RIO RANCHO 2003 Southern Blvd

87124

ROSWELL 2601 N. Main Street

88201

SANTA FE 3060 Cerrillos Road

CORPORATE OFFICE

5000 San Mateo Blvd. NE.

87507 87109

Stephen R. Byrd - Chairperson Rick Baca - First Vice Chairman Mark S. Pike - Second Vice Chairman Michael Rising - Secretary Gary Hellmer - Treasurer/Past Chairman Robin Dozier Otten Chris Clepper John Briscoe Julienne V. Brown Terry Christesson Bill Focke Bob Furey Berent Groth Sidney Gutierrez - Past Chairman Stephen Ingram - Past Chairman Carmen Marrone

EXECUTIVE STAFF Mary Best - President/CEO Shauna O’Cleireachain - VP of Operations Terry Armstrong - Chief Services Officer Tom Downey - Chief Financial Officer Sara Penn - Service Director Steve Wachter - Service Director Ricky Sanchez - Secondary Market Director Jim Wood - General Legal Counsel Valerie McGlasson - Business Dev. Director

Passion and Growth Marked 2017 I’m pleased to reflect on our organization’s successes in 2017. The services department fulfilled our mission exceeding our person placed and served goals while retail worked diligently to support our mission by continuing to sell product generously donated by the public, increasing overall sales. Our Farmington and Paseo stores were beautifully remodeled, and construction of our new store in Los Lunas began. Donations continue to be the single vital component for Goodwill, without donations to sell in our stores we are unable to raise the revenue needed to continue to provide free programs and services that are needed across our state. As competition grows for donations, particularly from for profits, we have continued to educate the public about who we are and what we do as well as the magnitude of the impact we have in the lives of New Mexican’s every day. While growth is a sure indicator of success, the passion behind the growth deserves Mary Best, President/CEO commendation. We are proud to know; our employees are united behind our mission to provide skills training, job development, and social services to New Mexicans!

2017 Annual Report - Goodwill Industries of New Mexico  
2017 Annual Report - Goodwill Industries of New Mexico  
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