- August 9, 2011
- Growing a social enterprise with service
- 2011 class of Columbus Smart Leaders honorees
Marjory Pizzuti measures the success of Goodwill Columbus through stories — like the one about Kurt, who has a mild developmental disability, and took a step toward independence by moving out of the house he had lived in with his mother for 50 years and into his own home through Goodwill’s Supported Living program.
But you could also measure the organization’s mission of “building independence, quality of life and work opportunities for individuals with disabilities and other barriers” with numbers — like the 1.2 million hours of service it provides every year to more than 3,300 clients or the 13 new donation centers and two new stores it recently added.
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