Goodwill San Antonio Celebrates 71 Years of Community Impact
On Tuesday, September 20, 2016, Goodwill San Antonio celebrated its 71st Anniversary with community friends and team members. Together, we honored the courage of our clients to change their lives and the commitment of our team members and partners to help them.
Kevin Bergner, President and CEO of Goodwill San Antonio welcomes guests and shares the Goodwill Mission.
Goodwill team members are at the heart of our ability to live our mission of changing lives through the power of work. Twenty-nine team members are recognized for serving our mission for 20 years or more.
Eddy Salas of HEB is welcomed as new Goodwill San Antonio Board Member and departing board member, Elizabeth Garretson is recognized for her eight years of service.
Three examples of Goodwill San Antonio’s credentials- The clients we serve and their amazing courage to change their lives through the power of work.
Mayor Taylor recognizes Goodwill for working to increase access to employment and education for those seeking jobs and career advancement.
Dr. Federico Zaragoza, Vice Chancellor of Economic and Workforce Development of the Alamo Colleges, is recognized for partnering with Goodwill and investing in education and training to help individuals gain skills and build career pathways at the Goodwill San Antonio Good Careers Academy.
Charles Lutz III, former Goodwill Chair of the Board, is recognized for his continued inspiration and guidance to Goodwill and our community.