I have two homes to pack up. My Mom's condo and my home. Through a discussion with my Mom, before her death, ALL her clothing, furniture, knick-knacks, etc. etc. are being given to the Veterans. My bio-Dad was career Army and my step-Dad was in the Navy in WWII. ALL my stuff (with the exception of some personal items, tools, etc.) are going to Goodwill.
I don't care how much money a CEO of a charity earns/makes. It's what the charity accomplishes in the community. You won't get a visionary CEO if you hire someone and pay them minimum wage. I don't have any idea what other Goodwill Industry stores are like in other cities, but Portland, Oregon has a fantastic one.
When my EX was 39 years old, he had a major brain stem stroke and was paralyzed on his left side. Speech wasn't affected though. ONLY Goodwill stepped up to give him additional training so he would be employable. They hooked him up with mentors in the city, arranged transportation for him to meet them and they gave him the training he needed. In the end, he achieved a certification as a Microsoft Systems Engineer.... this was nearly 30 years ago! He ended up having another brain stem stroke in his 40s, but Goodwill will always hold my heart for everything they did for him the first time around.