Goodwill Northern New England

Goodwill2022

2022 Goals:

Goodwill Northern New England’s vision is that everyone can achieve and maintain personal stability with the help of Goodwill’s holistic approach to services and employment. We have a goal of moving 10,000 people in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont into personal stability by 2027.

Fundraising Events:

Throughout the year, Goodwill NNE will host virtual events to help connect our communities, educate our clients and employers about our services, and offer a platform to discuss northern New England’s workforce and healthcare needs. Please keep an eye out for event details at www.goodwillnne.org.

Giving Opportunities:

Corporate partnerships: If you would like to reach Goodwill shoppers, donors, business partners and all of our online audiences, contact michelle.disotto@goodwillnne.org to discuss how we could work together.

Make a gift: Support our programs by making a gift, including gifts of stock or inquire about leaving a legacy gift, including bequests or appreciated assets. Find out more by contacting monique.cornett@goodwillnne.org.

Round up when asked in our stores: When shopping, support our programs by saying ‘yes’ to round up your purchase to the nearest dollar!

Volunteer Opportunities:

If you or your company would like to volunteer in one of our programs, contact barbara.sawyer@goodwillnne.org and ask what opportunities we might have available.

Board Officers   /   Board Members

Pete Groth
Board Chair
Community Volunteer

Tiffany Breau-Metivier
Vice Chair
UNUM

David Damour
Treasurer
Community Volunteer

John Valpey
Secretary
Bank of America
Private Wealth Management

Andy Mayo
L.L. Bean, Inc.

Yvonne Goldsberry
Endowment for Health

Mimi Simpson
Dartmouth College

Gary Vogel
Drummond Woodsum

Eric Stauffer
Preti Flaherity

Sarah Morton
Saco School Department

Lynn Stanley
National Association of Social Workers

Robin Woodcock
IDEXX

Liza Casella
Casella Waste Systems, Inc.

Rob McGregor
Just Experience It Non-Profit Consulting

John Bunker
Community Volunteer

Kelli D’Amore
Nathan Weschler

Categories: Charitable Giving Guide