Our strategic statement:
We will create and support double the number of participants by 2025, as the leading WA enabler, creator and amplifier of development and employment options for people with disability.
To create meaningful employment opportunities and pathways for people with disabilities
Good Sammy’s vision is for a community where people of all abilities have the opportunity for meaningful employment. Forming the strategic pathway toward this vision focusses the efforts of the organisation.
We are enormously proud of the way Good Sammy has grown from a single worker to providing employment opportunities to over 5000 people living with disability in the past 60 years.
Good Sammy’s participants are unique in their goals, so it follows that each path to independence requires a distinct timeline and development. Understanding those goals and offering a variety of options, skills and employment experiences is Good Sammy’s point of difference in the disability market. Ensuring a positive participant experience builds firm relationships with families and carers and is the key to our growth and ongoing success.
Our participants want options, which is why Good Sammy will continue to create a variety of sustainable businesses which are able to support more opportunities across more industries for our participants. The alignment of our brand increased choice and more jobs is important for our growth
Good Sammy is a leading advocate for mainstream organisations to employ people with disability. We believe creating inclusive workplaces lays the foundation for an inclusive society. Through corporate partnerships we aim to further open employment opportunities and placement experience for our participants.
We are so proud of the positive social impact Good Sammy delivers. Since our inception, empathy, social support and funding opportunities have afforded significant changes in the ways people living with disability can explore life and have access to meaningful employment, but it is not enough.
At Good Sammy we are creating a movement for change and we will continue to advocate for WA people living with disability driven by our vision and purpose.