Goodwill Facts 2017

2017 Annual Report: 

Goodwill annual report 2017

Facts about Goodwill of the Olympics & Rainier Region Mission

  • 9,420 people were provided job training, placement and support services, including 3,304 young adults through the REACH Center and Goodwill programs
  • 1,425 people placed in jobs with companies in the community
  • 600 employers hired Goodwill program graduates in a variety of career fields
  • Goodwill’s Culinary Training Program was designated as a Certified Quality Program by the American Culinary Federation


  • Raised $1.7 million in charitable support for Goodwill
  • Received a $140,000 grant form the JPMorgan Chase Foundation for a health care career pilot for high school students in Tacoma Hilltop
  • Received a $75,000 grant from United Way Centers for Strong Families
  • Grants received from Boeing, Wells Fargo, Schultz Foundation and Whisper Foundation supporting Goodwill Veteran Services program, Operation GoodJobs
  • Key Bank provided a $30,000 grant for Financial Education
  • Goodwill’s Corporate Alliance Program has 18 partners, including new members Microsoft, Milgard Manufacturing, Northwest Motor Services, NORPAC and Tacoma Public Schools


  • 37 Retail Stores and an E-Commerce business
  • 86 million pounds of household donations kept out of landfills through recycling and repurposing
  • Goodwill’s Coffee Buzz, with two locations, completed its 8th year of business


  • 1,605 total positions on the payroll
  • Total revenue of $80 million
  • Over 92% of Goodwill expenses support retail, mission programs and services




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