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create financial goals for home ownership, higher educational opportunities, and retirement plans. The business community, individual donors, service partners, foundations and Goodwill work together to build lives, families, and communities – one job at a time. Goodwill needs additional investors who are willing to help complete this project – one gift at a time. Donate online at or mail your check today to Goodwill Industries’ Development Office at 5171 Eisenhower Parkway Macon, GA 31206. Your gift is an investment with a guaranteed life-changing return. Photography by Ken Krakow

Goodwill’s board and campaign volunteers are offering an investment opportunity to foundations, corporations, and philanthropic individuals to increase the number of individuals employed and experiencing career advancement via Goodwill Industries from 1654 in 2001 to more than 3000 by the year 2007.

Goodwill’s Campaign Contributors: $825,000 $700,000 $487,171 $463,133 $192,245 $125,000 $ 75,000 $ 50,000 $ 27,440 $ 25,000 $ 25,000 $ 25,000 $ 20,000 $ 15,000 $ 10,000 $ 9,749 $3,074,738

Peyton Anderson Foundation The Department of Health and Human Services OneGeorgia Authority Equity Fund Goodwill Employees & Board of Directors Pledges Equipment from Wal-Mart Polly Long Denton Memorial from Clay, Elizabeth & Katie Long Tull Foundation Georgia Power Polly Long Denton Memorial from Family & Friends GEICO Community Foundation of Central Georgia Branan Foundation Publix Supermarket Charities Cox Business Services Grassmann Trust Gifts less than $10,000 TOTAL

Campaign Goal: Support Already Committed: Anonymous Foundation Challenge Grant* Amount left to raise:

$4,825,000 $3,074,738 $ 250,000 $1,500,262

*Important Note: Goodwill’s Challenge Grant will expire in July 2005. In order to secure these final campaign funds for Middle Georgia, one and a half million dollars needs to be pledged before July 25, 2005.

Leonard Bevill, Macon Occupational Medicine



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