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									                                    Teens overcome challenges in summer program
                               Earlier this year, Goodwill’s Job Training and Education (JTE) Program
Teens overcome             staff had an idea. If they created a summer program for low-income and
challenges in summer       underserved youth, could they positively influence their lives?
program                        “Goodwill recognizes that
                           everyone in the community
Grand Opening of           is responsible for the young
‘Goodwill on the Ave’ is people around us, and we have
a rousing success!         an obligation to contribute to
                           their well-being,” said Barbara
                           “B.G.” Nabors-Glass, Vice Presi-
• Message from Ken         dent of JTE.
                               A few months later, the pro-
• Briefs                   gram took shape as the Summer
                           Youth Training and Wilderness
• Development &            Program. Twenty teenagers,                Participants Miracle Anderson, left, and Queen Nunnery relax after
   Fundraising Update      ranging from 14 to 19 years old,        a hard day of repairing hiking trails during a wilderness trip in August.

                           learned retail and customer service skills for seven weeks and then partici-
• Volunteer News           pated in a 17-day trip into the Washington wilderness.
                               Goodwill reached out to Center for Career Alternatives (CCA), an agency
• Thank you recent         that works extensively with young people; it became a partner and provided
   donors!                 case management support. Urban Wilderness Project (UWP) also partnered
                           and coordinated the wilderness trip.
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Goodwill relies on you!    strong and eager to challenge the authority of Instructor William Ayears.
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                           CCA Case Manager Robert Jones said “a lot of these young people are dealt
                           a difficult hand in life and have barriers, such as their parents not being
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                           around. At their age, it’s easy to make bad decisions.”
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                           son, 16, who has dreams of owning a fashion business one day. Both of her
                           parents are deceased, and the program provided a constructive way for
 eNEWSLETTER               Miracle and others to spend the summer; some of the teens admitted they
                           probably would have gotten into trouble.
                               “What works with adults doesn’t necessarily work with teens,” Ayears
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                             together in groups. For example, the students were tasked with planning
ARTICLES                     and holding a board meeting of a company.
                                 The class sessions taught the teens marketable skills that will help them
                             get jobs. More importantly, it functioned as a platform to teach valuable
Teens overcome
                             life skills.
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                                 Although emotional flare-ups happened throughout the course, Lela
                             Henry, a soft-spoken 17-year-old, said the teens gradually opened up and
                             believed in what Ayears and others were teaching.
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                                 “In the beginning, I didn’t get along with many people because everyone
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                             brought with them a difficult attitude. But after a little while, the students
a rousing success!
                             in the class bonded. There are kids here that I’ve become close friends with
                             that I wouldn’t have been friends with at school,” she said.
                                 Henry and others in the program learned how to work and interact with
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                             people who represent diverse backgrounds and personalities, a skill that
• Briefs                     will serve them well the rest of their lives, whether in work or school,
                             Ayears said.
• Development &                  The extended trip into the wilderness offered many of the students their
  Fundraising Update         first significant exposure to the outdoors. Far from the distractions of daily
                             life, staff from UWP encouraged the students to work together as a commu-
• Volunteer News             nity and use the challenge of adapting to a strange, new environment as a
                             way to negotiate the difficulties in their lives back home.
• Thank you recent               So how has the program helped the teens? For the most profound chang-
  donors!                    es, Nabors-Glass urges patience.
                                 “This isn’t the type of program where changes will happen overnight. It’s
 SUPPORT US                  when someone comes back and says, ‘I was headed in the wrong direction,
Goodwill relies on you!      but this program helped me see what I did wrong,’” she said.
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                             Grand opening of ‘Goodwill on the Ave’ is a rousing success!
                                Goodwill on the Ave, a new store in the heart of the University District,
Teens overcome               opened its doors for the first time with a flurry of excitement on Wednesday,
challenges in summer         Nov. 5. A large crowd came out
program                      to be among the first to browse
                             racks of funky, fashionable cloth-
Grand Opening of             ing and accessories as a DJ filled
‘Goodwill on the Ave’ is     the store with his signature mix
a rousing success!           of the latest tunes. Shoppers also
                             munched on snacks and had the
                             chance to win great prizes.
• Message from Ken              “I was excited that so many
                             people were at the opening! So
                                                                                     Shoppers line up in front of the store prior to the
• Briefs                     many shoppers said they just                                        grand opening on Nov. 5.
                             loved the look of the store and they really loved all the great stuff at great
• Development &              prices. It was just a really fun event,” Store Manager Pamela Faulkner said.
  Fundraising Update            The store is located at 4552 University Way NE on the main commercial
                             thoroughfare near the University of Washington, also known as “The Ave.”
• Volunteer News             Goodwill on the Ave will stock a selection of merchandise that appeals to
                                                                                younger shoppers who are looking for hip
• Thank you recent                                                              and trendy clothing and jewelry. Many vin-
  donors!                                                                       tage clothing items will be sold, along with
                                                                                housewares, linens and small appliances
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                                                                                and the interior differs as well. The paint
                                                                                scheme uses earthier tones and the texture
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                                                                                of the wood and metal in the building act
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                                                                                vide a more intimate shopping experience.
                                                                                     “We are very excited about testing a
 eNEWSLETTER                      Goodwill on the Ave will stock hip and trendy
                                                                                small-store model in an urban neighbor-
                                            clothes and accessories.            hood like the U-District. The success of this
                             store will allow us entry into similar neighborhoods where we have found it
                             difficult to find larger spaces,” said Cindi Forslund, Vice President of Opera-
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                                                    Message from Ken: Help the Environment
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Teens overcome                                            As 2009 approaches and our 85th anniversary year
challenges in summer                                 winds down, I’ve been thinking about ways Goodwill
program                                              contributes to making communities more livable. With
                                                     a strong movement to save the environment sweeping
Grand Opening of                                     the nation, people are looking for ways to lessen their
‘Goodwill on the Ave’ is     impact. Many are now realizing that Goodwill has long been a solid contributor
a rousing success!           to a “green” way of life because of how we operate our business: quality reus-
                             able items are bought by others in our stores, thus extending their usable life.
                                 You can be eco-friendly just by shopping our stores. By purchasing goods
• Message from Ken           that are donated to us, you’re embracing the values of reusing and recycling.
                             We’ve also made the shopping experience greener by providing biodegradable
• Briefs                     bags to our shoppers and selling reusable shopping bags.
                                 The downturn in the economy has forced just about everyone to cut back,
• Development &              but you can still give to a great cause, and help the environment, by donating
  Fundraising Update         items to Goodwill. When cleaning out your closets, attic, basement and shed,
                             round up your gently-used clothes, toys, books, furniture, electronics and oth-
• Volunteer News             er items and bring them to a local Goodwill store or donation center. In addi-
                             tion to lessening the impact on our planet, the sale of these reusable goods in
• Thank you recent           our stores allows us to offer free job training and education programs, which
  donors!                    help build strong families and communities.
                                 Your donation is more than just a tax-deductible gift – it’s an investment in
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                             environmentally-friendly business that’s infused with the important social pur-
                             pose of helping people get jobs.
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                             Goodwill’s white plastic bags will soon be ‘green’
                                                  The next time you shop at Goodwill, the plastic bags
Teens overcome                                 used to carry your purchases will be much better for the
challenges in summer                           environment. Stores now use a new type of bag that looks
program                                        and feels similar to plastic but is completely biodegrad-
Grand Opening of                               The bags contain a special additive that allows them to
‘Goodwill on the Ave’ is                       break down in landfills, compost piles and other areas with
a rousing success!                             soil.
                                                  Goodwill gives out 2.7 million bags each year,
                             this represents a significant change. The bags will fully biodegrade in any-
• Message from Ken           where from nine months to five years.
                                “Goodwill is always looking for ways to be better environmental stew-
• Briefs                     ards. The bottom line is that it’s the right thing to do,” said Nicole Roberts,
                             Director of Retail.
• Development &                 Goodwill is also rolling out an eye-catching reusable shopping bag that
  Fundraising Update         customers can purchase in stores. Look for them in a store near you in De-
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                             New member joins Goodwill’s Board of Di-
• Thank you recent           rectors
                                 Goodwill welcomes Jerry R. Walker as the newest
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                             worked for, Applied Materials and IBM.
                                 While living in Austin, Texas, Walker served as Treasurer, Executive Com-
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                             mittee Member and Board Member
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                                 Originally from Portland, Walker earned a Bachelor of Science in Finan-
                             cial Planning and Management at Oregon State University. In his
 eNEWSLETTER                 spare time, he enjoys running, biking, swimming, skiing and spending time
                             with his family.
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                           Goodwill builds online presence with Facebook, blogs
                                                An exciting new initiative will make Goodwill a more
Teens overcome                                 active participant in the online community. By using tools
challenges in summer                           available on the Internet, Goodwill hopes to become
program                                        more accessible to new audiences and better connect
                                               with supporters.
Grand Opening of                                To capitalize on the social networking trend, staff cre-
‘Goodwill on the Ave’ is   ated a Facebook page that contains useful information about Goodwill, but
a rousing success!         also allows “fans” to post their own Goodwill-related content, such as pho-
                           tos of great items bought at stores. This interactive element will help Good-
                           will create a relationship with people who may want to learn more about
• Message from Ken         the mission, as well as valuable shopping and donation information.
                              Goodwill is also using another tool, blogs, to post information about
• Briefs                   organizations and events. In October, Goodwill created a blog to publicize
                           November’s Glitter Sale. Like Facebook, blogs also contain an interactive
• Development &            element that lets people post comments. Additional blogs are in the works.
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                           Goodwill’s redevelopment plan clears two hurdles
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                               After more than two years of talks, the developers of a proposed project
• Thank you recent         on the site of Goodwill’s Dearborn Street store reached an agreement with a
   donors!                 coalition of labor, faith and community groups.
                              In exchange for the coalition’s support of the project, the develop-
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                           munity nonprofit organizations; contribute $200,000 for the design of a
                           community center in Little Saigon and $600,000 over 12 years to support the
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                           for the developer,” said Goodwill President and CEO Ken Colling.
 eNEWSLETTER                  In the proposed development, Goodwill would trade its land in exchange
                           for a new building that would house a store, administrative offices and a job
                           training and education center. The mixed-use development will also contain
                           housing and retail stores, including Target.
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                             Thank you to our sponsors and supporters who attended
ARTICLES                     the inaugural Glitter Gala!
                                The inaugural Glitter Gala on Thursday,
Teens overcome               Nov. 13 was truly a night to remember.
challenges in summer         The gala celebrated the 25th Anniver-
program                      sary of Goodwill’s Glitter Sale and was an        Total raised at Glitter Gala
                             opportunity for those who support Good-                    more than:
Grand Opening of             will’s mission, including sponsors, donors,                $150,000
‘Goodwill on the Ave’ is     guests, volunteers and staff, to raise funds           (Net proceeds support our
a rousing success!           for our Job Training and Education (JTE)                Job Training Programs)
                             Program.                                                Number of guests:
                                Those who attended enjoyed the si-                           355
• Message from Ken           lent auction and were entertained by an               Number of volunteers:
                             informative and glamorous fashion show                           90
• Briefs                     featuring dresses that represent many                Top-selling auction item:
                             decades and were donated to Goodwill.                  14k Cameo Pendant
• Development &              Guests also watched a moving video about                      $1,000
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                             her Goodwill training to find a job.
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                                                        Shoppers’ purchases          Number of items sold:
 eNEWSLETTER                                            helped this year’s                   13,690
                                                        Glitter Sale raise a        Number of transactions:
                                                        record amount for                 approx. 2900
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                             Volunteer uses unique skills to help Goodwill
                                As a steward of its resources, Goodwill always searches for ways to oper-
Teens overcome               ate more efficiently and capably. A unique volunteer, Narissa Ratana, helped
challenges in summer         Goodwill take steps to achieve this goal.
program                         Ratana’s job as a Project Engineer at Starbucks entails analyzing its
                             operations and improving efficiency and productivity. Her skills created a
Grand Opening of             perfect opportunity for collaboration with Process Improvement Director
‘Goodwill on the Ave’ is     Andy Zozom, so she volunteered to help with projects.
a rousing success!              Ratana’s first project analyzed how Goodwill recycles metal in donated
                             items that do not sell in its stores. Rather than use valuable labor to sort
                             this metal, which can also be dangerous work, Ratana recommended that
• Message from Ken           the metal stay unsorted. Reallocating employees assigned to this task to
                             other areas proved to be much more efficient.
• Briefs                        In another project, Ratana examined the access and design of dressing
                             rooms at the Ballard store and its effect on customers’ shopping experience.
• Development &              After measuring dressing room wait times and interviewing shoppers, she
  Fundraising Update         advised staff to install ‘occupied’ indicators and provide a place to sit. She
                             also recommended that attendants stagger their breaks to ensure dressing
• Volunteer News             rooms were easy to access.
                                “She is extremely dedicated and spent three weekends at the store for
• Thank you recent           her dressing room study. She’s so good with people, too,” Zozom said.
  donors!                       By utilizing her specialized set of skills, Ratana’s efforts are helping
                             Goodwill serve its mission by providing more resources to the job training
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                                Ratana plans to collaborate with Goodwill on another project in January.
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                             Thank you recent donors!
                             Financial gifts made July 1 to September 30, 2008
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challenges in summer             Goodwill is grateful for all gifts, large and small, that support Goodwill’s
program                      job training services. On the following pages, we honor and acknowledge
                             individual, corporate, foundation, private, public and in-kind gifts to Good-
Grand Opening of             will. We also extend our sincere appreciation to the over 1.5 million mate-
‘Goodwill on the Ave’ is     rial donors who play an integral role in the success of our retail thrift stores
a rousing success!           located throughout the Puget Sound region. Thank you donors! Your leader-
                             ship and philanthropy helps Goodwill focus on jobs – training, placement
                             and retention – Because jobs change lives!
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                             CORPORATIONS,                Corp.                TRIBUTE GIFTS
                             FOUNDATIONS,             Snohomish County         Honor the memory of
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                             NON-PROFIT &             Stanton & Everybody      memorate a birthday,
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challenges in summer         AGENCIES                     Foundation           cant achievement or
program                      $5,000 and above         Washington First         a personal milestone
                             Bank of America              International        by giving a gift to
Grand Opening of                 Foundation               Bank                 Goodwill as did the
‘Goodwill on the Ave’ is     Cascade Commercial                                following people:
a rousing success!               Properties           $100 - $999
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