714 S 27th Street, Tacoma, WA 984098193

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Organizations Filed Purposes: Goodwill of the Olympics and Rainier Region helps people reach their fullest potential through education, job placement, and career pathway services made possible by community donations, purchases and partnerships.

Retail and Salvage Training Centers - Employed 989 people. Goodwill operates 37 thrift stores in 9 Washington counties. Over 4.35 million shoppers continued to embrace Goodwill's wide selection and value pricing. By growing retail operations, Goodwill creates more jobs and funds more job training, responding to the increasing need in the communities we serve. Goodwill retail stores provide jobs and training opportunities in addition to generating funds for job training programs.

Donations and Production Training Centers - employed 278 people in the process of moving donated goods to the sales floor at Goodwill. From collection points at stores and Attended Donation Stations, goods need to be sorted, priced, and displayed. Work training opportunities abound in our training centers allowing ample opportunity for people with significant disabilities or disadvantages to move into the work force. Strict quality standards guide the selection of items not suitable for sale in the retail stores. Goodwill strives to recycle donated items not suitable for sale in the retail stores. Donations are the foundation of Goodwill's ability to provide services. Thoughtful giving supports strong retail sales which in turn helps people receive training and go to work.

Workforce Development Training Centers - employed 340 people. Over ninety percent of revenues are returned to jobs and job training programs for people who have disabilities or disadvantages. Workforce serviced an unduplicated 8,334 individuals. Programs range from financial literacy skills training, warehouse & logistics skills training, culinary and barista training, computer training for people with disabilities, and training on job search skills and work behavior. Placement (871 job placements provided) includes supported employment for people with developmental disabilities; employment placement programs include people with disabilities as well as people entering the workforce with other barriers such as welfare history and lack of work skills or behavior. Youth at Risk provided programs in construction trade and other summer programs. GED training provided to 455 individuals. Senior mature workers provided training in office and other skills. Veterans' services and training are provided to those who have served.

Executives Listed on Filing

Total Salary includes financial earnings, benefits, and all related organization earnings listed on tax filing

NameTitleHours Per WeekTotal Salary
Lori Forte HarnickCEO49.5$273,450
Jef Veilleux-To 9302019CFO49.25$201,431
Chris PolitakisMarketing Director50$151,740
Dena G HobbsIT Director50$140,200
Diana ReinhardtRetail Director50$137,483
Ken GibbonFinance Director50$137,165
Mike ShieldsPartners Director50$131,675
Anne Porter-From 8122019CFO49.25$0
Colette TaylorDirector2$0
Judy SwainDirector2$0
Andy StolzDirector2$0
Carlyn RoyDirector2$0
Mark RodriguezDirector2$0
Barbara Mitchell BrinerDirector2$0
Bev LoseyDirector2$0
Karen KochDirector2$0
Jacqueline JusticeDirector2$0
Terry JonesDirector2$0
Drew HenricksonDirector2$0
Jason HallDirector2$0
Shannon GoviaDirector2$0
Daniel GloverDirector2$0
Josh GarciaDirector2$0
Demetrius ForteDirector2$0
Suzy EspositoDirector2$0
Bill DickensDirector2$0
Rory ConnallyDirector2$0
Dr Anthony ChenDirector2$0
Susan BrinkmanDirector2$0
Greg BiersackDirector2$0
Charelle FoegeSecretary2$0
Dr Shahrokh SaudagaranTreasurer2$0
Cw HercholdVice-Chairman2$0
Christopher AlgeoChairman2$0

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