Presentation on theme: "Dave Barringer VP, Member Relations Goodwill Industries International Understanding Goodwill Industries International A Network, A Family, A Brand."— Presentation transcript:
Dave Barringer VP, Member Relations Goodwill Industries International Understanding Goodwill Industries International A Network, A Family, A Brand
Goodwill Industries today - $2.5 Billion in Revenues 171 Local Goodwill agencies in North America Presence in 20-plus other countries More than 1,200 stores
- Only 5 percent of income is Fund Raising -We collect more than 1 Billion Pounds of textile goods per year -About 55% (more than $1.5 Billion) from Retail of used goods -Government and business contracts, fees for services -Assigned Goodwill territory – critical success factor! The Goodwill Business Model at a Glance -
Job Training and Career Services for: People with Disabilities Disadvantaged Populations: Immigrants/No English Little or No Education Ex-Offenders Seniors, Youth Little or no Work History Welfare History But Here is What We Really Do…
Goodwill helps a person find a good job every 52 Seconds of every business day.
Even “no-option dues” must prove value – ask any former CEO!
National Office vs. Member Services Center concepts
Everyone has a vital role to play in a Membership organization: a.Best – and worst – practice sharing b.Brand responsibility c.Representing the group to Congress, media, etc. d.Collaboration is vital across territories
What about dues? a.How much? b.How figured? c.Tough choices – who decides? d.Collection problems, consequences
Other important parts of the puzzle: a.Member Agreement b.By-laws c.Conference of Executives – training, fellowship
After a Century, What Would We Do Different? a.Not as many members b.Better alignment of mission and brand identity c.Insist earlier on common brand usage