GINM Annual Report 2019

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2019 Annual Report Who We Helped


Veteran Family Services


Brain Injury Case Management

19,573 1,638 Total People Served in 2019

People Placed in Community Employment

3,879 GoodJobs


Gateway To Work

2,000 GoodSkills

12,756 Service Referrals



hours of free job development and skills training


20,500 Our 2020 Goal for People Served by Goodwill’s Programs and Services

1,625 Our 2020 Goal for

People Placed in Community Emplyment

710 Supportive Services for Veteran Families

1,441 Third Party Assessments




Senior Community Service Employment Program

526 Homeless Veterans’ Reintegration Program

-4,930 People Served by More Than One Program


pounds of materials recycled and kept out of landfills


pounds of e-waste collected and recycled


cost to place one person in a community-based job

Revenue 16,471,529 Retail 2,721,628 Secondary Market 4,207,582 Program Services 74,156 Public Support 19,889 Other Revenue 23,494,784 TOTAL

Expenses 12,870,042 Wages/Benefits 991,836 Supplies 2,190,304 Capital Expenditures 3,057,838 Occupancy 2,807,710 Miscellaneous 1,577,053 Depreciation 23,494,783 TOTAL

A Message to our Community We wish to thank everyone who shopped and donated in 2019! We are fortunate to live in such a compassionate community. Your continued support shows a deep commitment to helping us achieve our mission to provide skills training, job development, and social services to New Mexicans. - Goodwill Industries of New Mexico

Success Story Daniel Bucataru is a US Air Force veteran who served in Water and Fuels Systems Maintenance. After his service, it became a challenge to find a job. Due to a series of life events, Daniel became homeless and jobless. After being referred to our Homeless Veterans Reintegration Program (HVRP), he received free job skills training and one-on-one support from a case manager. Within weeks, Goodwill offered Mr. Bucataru a full-time job. HVRP is a free program that focuses on placing veterans that are currently experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness into long-term employment, as well as providing social services. In most cases, HVRP participants will find a job within the community. Mr. Bucataru worked diligently in his new job and was an obvious choice for nomination and subsequent selection for the Progressive Insurance Keys to Progress car give-away award. Since his initial intake at Goodwill, Daniel has earned a stable job and received a reliable vehicle to get him to and from work. Recently, he received a promotion to the position of box truck driver in the Goodwill transportation department. “What surprised me most about Goodwill was the actual willingness to help me in so many different ways, they found me a job, they got me clothes for interviews, and they even assisted me with housing at one point.”, says Bucataru. When asked what advice he might give other veterans, Mr. Bucaturu responded, “If someone needed help and they were in the same situation, I would tell them. Goodwill is the reason I’m employed today. Many different places help veterans, and Goodwill is one of the best! I’ve gotten so much support from the people at Goodwill. All you need to do is ask, and they will be willing to help.”


Leadership 2019


Board of Directors 2019 Officers Stephen R. Byrd - Mark S. Pike - Chris Clepper - Michael E. Rising -

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

Chairperson First Vice Chairperson Secretary Treasurer

2019 Members Gary Hellmer - Past Chairperson Stephen Ingram - Past Chairperson John Briscoe Julienne V. Brown Molly Calvani Bill Focke Bob Furey Brian McMath Robin Dozier Otten


1021 Venada Plaza Dr


2005 N. Prince Street


1861 N. Hutton Road


1820 E. Highway 66


Executive Staff

201 Desert Willow Rd

Mary Best - President/CEO Shauna Kastle - VP of Operations Will Hogsett - Operations Director Sara Martin - Chief Financial Officer Terry Armstrong - Chief Services Officer Sara Penn - Service Director Steve Wachter - Service Director Ricky Sanchez - Secondary Market Director Jim Wood - General Legal Counsel


2003 Southern Blvd


2601 N. Main Street


3060 Cerrillos Road


5000 San Mateo Blvd. NE.

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