A Year at Goodwill
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Goodwill by the Numbers
|Federal Service Fees||$3,903,052|
|Contract work for local companies||$602,561|
|Grants and Fees for employment and training||$2,637,151|
|Special Events Revenue||$205,121|
|Investment and Misc Income||$108,718|
|Personnel: Wages, Payroll Taxes, and Benefits||$16,586,410|
|Rent, Utilities, and Facilities||$4,437,516|
|Marketing and Advertising||$528,409|
|National Organization Dues||$272,554|
|Net Operating Income||$-412,836|
Other Income / Expense
|Increase in Market Value and Derivatives||$184,479|
Achiever of the Year
Manager of the Year
Hall of Fame
Jerry Gray - 2016
Jerry Gray served as a member of the Goodwill Industries, Inc. Board of Trustees from 1996-2012 and as Chairman of the Board in 2002 and 2003. He is also a current member of the Lifetime Board of Trustees for Goodwill. He continues to be a very supportive advocate for Goodwill in many ways. During Gray’s […]
Person of Goodwill
Dr. Stanley & Mrs. Dottie Truhlsen - 2016
Raised during the Great Depression, Dr. and Mrs. Truhlsen grew up around people who gave of their time and resources despite the hardships many families faced during that difficult time. This helped to shape their belief in the importance of giving back to their community. Dr. Truhlsen, Emeritus Professor and former Chairman of University of […]
Company of Goodwill
Nebraska Children and Families Foundation - 2016
Nebraska Children and Families Foundation (NCFF) supports children, young adults and families at risk with the goal of helping our state’s most vulnerable kids reach their full potential. They do this by building strong communities that support families so their children can grow up to be thriving, productive adults. One of the collective efforts out […]