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Why goodwill?   2018 community impact report

Slide Why Goodwill? The 2018 Community Impact Report answers that question through statistics and stories that illustrate how our mission is changing lives through education, training and employment. Goodwill Industries of Middle Tennessee, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization committed to integrity, transparency and financial responsibility, provides these valuable services through the generous support of our shoppers and donors in middle and west Tennessee. Thank you. Slide BECAUSE OF PEOPLE LIKE PAT: GOODWILL RETAIL ASSOCIATE Slide BECAUSE OF PEOPLE LIKE LINDA: GOODWILL DONATIONS PROCESSOR Slide THANKS TO PEOPLE LIKE JESSICA: GOODWILL DONOR Slide BECAUSE OF PEOPLE LIKE JARED: GOODWILL TRAINING PROGRAM PARTICIPANT Slide BECAUSE OF PEOPLE LIKE JENNI: GOODWILL CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM PARTICIPANT Slide THANKS TO PEOPLE LIKE STEPHANIE: GOODWILL SHOPPER Slide BECAUSE OF PEOPLE LIKE CALLIE: GOODWILL RETAIL ASSOCIATE

Why goodwill?  Because of the people we serve

10 PEOPLE WITH BARRIES TO EMPLOYMENT WITH A HISTORY OF SUBSTANCE ABUSE 49 INCUMBENT WORKERS 101 PEOPLE WITH LIMITED ENGLISH PROFICIENCY 6,256 WHO WERE UNEMPLOYED 286 HOMELESS PERSONS 75 PEOPLE WHO LACK A GED OR HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY 500 WITH CRIMINAL BACKGROUNDS 2% PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES AUTISM 2% EMOTIONAL DISABILITY 13% BLINDNESS OR OTHER VISUAL IMPAIRMENT 27% OTHER PHYSICAL DISABILITY 13% PSYCHIATRIC DISABILITY 31% OTHER DISABLING CONDITION 3% DEAF AND HARD OF HEARING 10% 17% 5% DISABILITY OTHER THAN AUTISM 14% LEARNING DISABILITY NEUROLOGICAL DISABILITY TWO OR MORE DISABILITIES PEOPLE OF ALL RACES & ETHNIC ORIGINS .05% HISPANIC / LATINO ETHNIC ORIGIN 3% AMERICAN INDIAN / ALASKA NATIVE 39% WHITE OR CAUCASIAN 13% OTHER RACE OR ORIGIN 44% BLACK OR AFRICAN AMERICAN .05% ASIAN / NATIVE HAWAIIAN / PACIFIC ISLANDER 53% PEOPLE OF ALL AGES & GENDERS FEMALE 2.8% AGE 12-15 .02% UNDER AGE 12 23% AGE 16-24 20% AGE 35-44 18% AGE 45-54 21% AGE 25-34 46% 17% MALE AGE 55 PLUS 1% UNREPORTED 16 PEOPLE ASSISTED BY GOODWILL PROGRAMS CALL CENTER TRAINING 114 YOUTH EMPLOYMENT TRAINING 147 CONSTRUCTION TRAINING 158 CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANT 184 FINANCIAL LITERACY 340 FORKLIFT TRAINING 181 HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY COLLEGE READINESS 22 2,671 HOSPITALITY TRAINING JOB FAIR PARTICIPANTS 56 CUSTODIAL TRAINING 356 DIGITAL LITERACY / RESUME / JOB SEARCH 6,357 TOTAL PEOPL SERVED

Why goodwill? Because we are changing lives

Slide After the impact, Lynn initially thought another motorist had struck her car from behind. Then she realized, she had driven head-on into a metal sign post. Shaken by the accident but uninjured, Lynn suspected she might need... READ HER STORY CHANGING LIVES THROUGH EDUCATION Slide In more than one sense, life had kicked Lisa to the curb. Before January of 2013, the 35-year-old single mom had a good job and the support of her father in raising her four children. But she went to jail for a probation violation. She missed work and got... READ HER STORY CHANGING LIVES THROUGH TRAINING Slide When Jorge Estrada left Honduras for Texas in 2000, he was a young man with a plan. He intended to go to work in the construction industry, make some money and return in a few years to his native country. Back in Honduras, he had a girlfriend whom... READ HIS STORY CHANGING LIVES THROUGH EMPLOYMENT

Why goodwill? Because we invest in our community.

$61,654,256 Sales of Goods $645,939 Grants for Rehabilitation Services Investment Income $269,254 Increase of Investments $(422,655) United Way Support $37,693 Total received $62,955,033 Sales Program $54,552,888 Mission Services General & Administrative Fundraising $3,605,480 $ 6,780,427 $359,275 Total GIVEN $65,298,070 OTHER $770,546

Why goodwill? Because we are led with integrity

MATTHEW BOURLAKAS SENIOR MANAGEMENT President & CEO RALPH FORSYTHE Senior Director of Career Solutions MATT GLOSTER Chief Financial Officer KARL HOUSTON Sr. Director of Marketing & Community Relations ED O'KELLEY Vice President of Information Technology LEISA WAMSLEY Vice President of Donated Goods KAREN SAMUEL Senior Director of Human Resources MIKE EISENBRAUN Senior Director of Operations Slide JULIE WILSON BOARD OF DIRECTORS CHAIR OFFICERS DAVE FENTRESS VICE CHAIR CHRISTOPHER S. DUNN LEGAL COUNSEL CHAD M. GROUT BYRAN L. BEAN FRED MCLAUGHLIN JOHN C. TISHLER MATTHEW BOURLAKAS RALPH FORSYTHE Principal Broker - Urban Grout Commercial Real Estate Sr. VP - Pinnacle Financial Partners Sr. VP - Investments Robert W. Baird & Co., Inc. Partner - Waller Lansden Dortch & Davis, LLP President & CEO - Goodwill Industries of Middle Tennessee CFO - Goodwill Industries of Middle Tennessee DIRECTORS TRUSTEES BRYAN L. BEAN Sr. VP - Pinnacle Financial Partners LEISA BYARS Owner - The Goddard School In Hendersonville CHRISTOPHER S. DUNN Partner - Waller Lansden Dortch & Davis, LLP CLAY JACKSON VP - Supply Chain Planning Tractor Supply Company PATTI JAMES President - PB&J Consulting MICHAEL MADDEN President & CEO - Kirkland's Inc. FRED MCLAUGHLIN Sr. VP - Investments Robert W. Baird & Co., Inc. JOHN W. STONE, III Partner - White & Reasor, PLC ARRITA SUMMERS Director - Tennessee College of Applied Technology JOHN C. TISHLER Partner - Waller Lansden Dortch & Davis, LLP JOHN VAN MOL Chairman & CEO - DVL Seigenthaler ROBERT DUTHIE CEO / Founder - Duthie Associates KATHRYN I. THOMPSON JEFF YOUNG Partner, CEO - Thompson Research Group Vice President - Tennessee Bank & Trust Sr. VP - Asset Management Healthcare Realty Trust VP - Internal Audit Dollar General Corporation Partner - Waller Lansden Dortch & Davis, LLP HUMAN CAPITAL CHAIR PAST CHAIR TREASURER SECRETARY
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