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ShowYourGoodwill ANNUAL REPORT 2014 TEAMWORK INTEGRITY INNOVATION OUR MISSION We Create Hope Jobs Futures in our Community OUR VISION Everyone with challenges who wants to work will have a meaningful job that enhances self-worth K How does social media relate to Goodwill Social media connects people and businesses to their communities to each other. In todays digitally connected world services like Twitter and Facebook are capturing the minds and hearts of a social generation. Driven by the desire to connect everyone from teens to politicians are tuning in for their daily dose of news education socialization and fun. Businesses have also joined in on the conversation enhancing their traditional efforts to build brand loyalty engage with consumers and even recruit new employees. As an independently-run social enterprise Goodwill serves our community by creating a culture of service innovation and collaboration. It is imperative that Goodwill evolve from the traditional ways of communication thats why a few years ago we started accelerating our use of social media to further share our story. Today we are connected with thousands of people sharing countless stories and messages with our shoppers donors and clients. We continuously communicate our program success stories of helping people prepare for and find work we help people understand what to donate and where to shop for our donated goods we offer volunteer opportunities in our community and we show how public relations events impact our mission. Were proud to be in the business of changing lives and invite you to join in on the conversation. ShowYourGoodwill is a hashtag that our community uses to share Goodwill experiences on social media. We want you to be proud of our Goodwill and your contribution to our mission by posting your selfies and experiences to this hashtag and encouraging your friends and family to do the same. Together we can help more people achieve their employment goals in our community. Dan Kurtenbach President CEO Michael Fox Chairman of the Board GOODWILL SELFIEShowYourGoodwill 2014 THE POWER PROFILE ASHLEY A GOODWILL SUCCESS I found my dream job Ashley Childrens Center for Discovery OF WORK AWARDS GRADUATE OF THE YEAR Ashley A Goodwill Success-Childrens Center for Discovery Because Jobs Change Lives My name is Ashley and I have been associated with Goodwill of Monocacy Valley of Frederick Maryland for the past few years. I received my certification in child care and wanted to pursue a job within that field. I felt that I needed to gain experience before I located my dream job and preferred to volunteer at a day care center. Goodwill assisted me in locating a volunteer opportunity at a local child care center to get hands-on experience. While gaining my experience Goodwill assisted me in locating a part-time job at a local restaurant on the weekends. When I felt that I achieved enough experience Goodwill started preparing me to locate paid employment within a day care setting. Goodwill assisted me with writing my resume cover letter and making sure my references were up-to-date. They also helped me in developing my interviewing and job search skills. With the support of Goodwills Business Developer I obtained a job at Childrens Center for Discovery as a teachers assistant. I have been working there since September of 2013. I was thrilled that I finally found my dream job working with children. I quickly received a promotion to teacher for doing so well. With all of my hard work and dedication I have succeeded in following my dreams in becoming a day care teacher. ACHIEVER OF THE YEAR YOUTH OF THE YEAR PROFILE LEW A GOODWILL SUCCESS- CW RESOURCES PROFILE MICHAEL A GOODWILL SUCCESS -FISC Today I am an independent worker and am doing really well at my job. I really enjoy what I do and I have made many friends Lew CW Resource I like to work at FISC Michael Frederick Indoor Sports Complex 2014 COMMUNITY IMPACT 409 6396 6776502 614196 391853 72 7095094 PEOPLE WERE EMPLOYED BY GOODWILL PAYCHECKS ISSUED BY GOODWILL GOODWILL PAID IN TOTAL WAGES FOR EMPLOYEES TRANSACTIONS MADE IN GOODWILL STORES WHICH FUND PROGRAMS THAT PUT PEOPLE TO WORK COMMUNITY PARTNERS HOSTED DONATION COLLECTION SITES POUNDS OF HOUSEHOLD ITEMS DIVERTED FROM LOCAL LANDFILLS DONOR TRANSACTIONS POST POST Give the Gift of a Treasure Hunt Goodwill Gift Cards Now on Sale Just as you have trash and recyclable pick-ups donating is also right at your front door the City of Brunswick Citizens diverted over 21770 pounds in 2014 GoodwillAtYourDoor Goodwill At Your Door is a unique program for neighborhoods and homeowner associations to donate unwanted items on a monthly basis to your local Goodwill via a pick-up service. ShowYourGoodwill HOW DO YOU SOMETHING TO BRAG ABOUT POST Goodwill Makes Forbes Americas 25 Most Inspiring Companies POST Kindercare teaches future donors of tomorrow the importance of Reduce Reuse Repurpose POST From the racks of Goodwill to the Runway SecondRunway DONATEINSPIRE TEACHING TRAINING RECYCLE RENEW VOLUNTEER PROGRAMS 1001 2621 199 LIVES WERE TOUCHED BY GOODWILLS PROGRAMS SERVICE ACTIVITIES PROVIDED TO JOB SEEKERS PEOPLE RECEIVED A JOB IN THE COMMUNITY FINANCIAL YEAR 2014 FINANCIAL REPORT Year in Review STATEMENT OF REVENUES EXPENSES CHANGES IN NET ASSETS CURRENT ASSETS 4897577.15 OTHER ASSETS 211728.47 FIXED ASSETS NON- CURRENT ASSETS 5801925.08 TOTAL ASSETS 10911230.70 LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS EQUITY CURRENT LIABILITIES 1521796.45 NONCURRENT LIABILITIES 3615500.11 NET ASSETS EQUITY 5773934.14 REVENUES DONATED GOODS 89 EDUCATION CAREER SERVICES 9 OTHER 2 TOTAL REVENUES 11241725.99 EXPENSES DONATED GOODS 79 EDUCATION CAREER SERVICES 15 OTHER 6 TOTAL EXPENSES 10616719.98 FREDERICK COUNTY CARROLL COUNTY 1 4 5 6 7 8 2 3 RETAIL STORES DONATION CENTERS AND EMPLOYMENT RESOURCE CENTERS By donating and shopping at Goodwill you are helping people in our community. For every dollar spent in our stores Goodwill puts 85 cents right back into job training and other programs. Many people want to work but have barriers to employment. We help them achieve success. CARROLL COUNTY 1 Westminster Goodwill Employment Resource Center 200 Baltimore Blvd. Westminster MD 21157 410-857-3339 2 Eldersburg Goodwill 1346 Liberty Road Eldersburg MD 21784 410-552-5060 3 Hampstead Goodwill 721 Hanover Pike Hampstead MD 21074 410-374-5907 FREDERICK COUNTY 4 Corporate Office The Last Rack Employment Resource Center 400 East Church St. Frederick MD 21702 301-662-0622 5 Rt. 85 Goodwill 5831 Buckeystown Pike Frederick MD 21704 301-668-5363 6 Willowdale Goodwill 101 Willowdale Drive Frederick MD 21701 301-360-1342 7 Walkersville Goodwill 8425 Woodsboro Pike Walkersville MD 21793 301-304-2893 8 Thurmont Goodwill 202 East Main St Frederick MD 21788 301-271-2100 PLATINUM 5000-10000 Ausherman Family Foundation Delaplaine Foundation The Bess and Frank Gladhill Fund for Goodwill United Way William Cross Foundation Inc DIAMOND 1000-3000 Ethridge Quinn McAuliffe Horizon Goodwill Industries Offutt Foundation William Terri Perry William Browning GOLD-500 Schaefer Financial Group Inc. Signs by Tomorrow Stauffer Funeral Woodsboro Bank SILVER-250 BBT Bank Blue Point Financial Frederick County Bank Gettysburg Auction Linton Shafer Warfield Garrett Mike Fox National Charity Services Inc. Schaefer Financial Group Inc. BRONZE-50 Brick Ridge Inc. Carroll County Chamber of Commerce Clagett Enterprises Inc. David Magoon Fitchco Inc. George Cox Jack Quinn Jim Summers John Fistler John Marley Sr. Katherine Mike Barkdoll Lehigh Cement Marvin and Lisa Ausherman Mt. Airy Liquors Passport Marketing Pat Dobzinski Patrick Hogan Reliable Recycling Richard Sue Basford Stephen Coccagna The Crowley Company Tourism Council of Frederick Co. IN KIND DONATIONS American Red Cross of Walkersville Baltimore Ravens BBT Bank Beckleys Country Store Black Hog Blossom Basket Boutique Breathing Space Brewers Alley Brick Ridge Inc. Browns Liquors Caitlin Thomas Massage Therapy California Tortilla Carroll County Agricultural Center Carroll County Community College Cedar Crossing Apartments Cedarhurst Universal Unitarian Church Cellar Door China Garden Cintas Clearview Car Care Coachs Deli Coal Fire Costco Cranberry Elementary School Design Diva Digital Bard DJ Ghost Double T Diner Dutchs Daughter East Middle School Ebb Valley Elementary School Ebenezer United Methodist Church Eldersburg Elementary School Eldersburg Self Storage Elmer A Wolfe Elementary School Etiquette for Everyday Fine Cuisine Catering First Baptist Church Flower Fashions Francis Scott Key High School Franklin Liquors Frederick Community College Continuing Education Center Frederick Community College Frederick Indoor Sports Center Frederick Keys Friendship Valley Elementary School FunkyDo4U Salon Garth Phoebus Photography Gizmos Art Green Valley Shopping Center Growth Team Strategies Gunners Grill Harney Volunteer Fire Company Hilton Garden Inn Frederick iHire Inna Coleman Jewelry Jeff Behm Photography Joel Sauter Jordan Winn Co Laura Kline Liberty High School Liberty Resort Linton Springs Elementary School Little Gym Lori Taylor Lowes Manchester Valley High School Maple Run Golf Club Mary Jane and Doug Bauer McLaughlin Family Chiropractic Mechanicsville Elementary School Mount Airy Collision Center Musket Ridge New Windsor Bank Westminster New Windsor Middle School North Carroll High School Northwest Middle School NY JP Pizza Octavo Designs Olson House Parrs Ridge Elementary PB Dye Golf Club Rave Promotions REMAX Realty Plus Regus Ric Adams Robs Service Center Sam Levitan Photography Sandymount Elementary School Schaefer Financial Seeds of Life Nursery Share it Again Consignment Gift Shop Shiloh Middle School Signs by Tomorrow Solider Fit SonaBank South Carroll High School South Mountain Creamery St. Marks Lutheran Church St. Pauls Lutheran Church Structures Summer Farms Sykesville Middle School The Insurance Exchange Thompson Chiropractic and Wellness Center Thorpewood Thunderhead Bowl Grill TLC Boutique Town of Myersville Town of New Market Tressies Pizza Tuckers Tae Kwon Do Unicorn Nature United Healthcare Vicarious Travel Washington Capitals Wayman AME Church Wegmans Weinburg West Middle School West Winds Gold Club Westminster High School Westminster Municipal Pool Whiskey Bottom Candle Co. Winfield Elementary School Woodsboro Bank Worn With Luv YMCA ZIPPS Zumba Melissa Lenz Second Runway Donation Bin Host FINANCIAL DONORS GOODWILLS SENIOR STAFF TEAM BOARD OF DIRECTORS 2014 Mike Fox Board Chair Mike McMullin Vice Chair Dave Magoon Secretary Jim Summers Treasurer Patricia Dobzinski Al Edwards John Fieseler Jackie Kanekuni Cheryl Knight Jack Quinn Dale Summers Katie Barkdoll Pat Hogan George Cox Joe Silhavy Dr. Theresa Alban Michael Mock Dan Kurtenbach PresidentCEO Mark McGlaughlin CFO CAO Wayne Hatcher COO Leigh Adams Marketing Business Development Director Patti Allen Director of Administration Sharon Hodges Executive Assistant Gary Naill Donated Goods Retail Director QUESTIONS 400 East Church St Frederick MD 21701 301 662-0622