WE GUARANTEE SECURITY AND YOU MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN THE COMMUNITY

By using Gone For Good, you are giving hope and opportunity to adults with developmental disabilities. Many of the employees with disabilities at Gone For Good are working and earning a way for the first time. They are excited to have the opportunity to contribute and earn their own way, and their paychecks are increasing as our business grows.  Together, you and Gone For Good are providing valuable opportunities for work to members of our community.

Gone For Good is owned and operated by United Cerebral palsy of the North Bay.  Although we provide the most secure shredding in the industry, what makes us unique is the fact that our program was developed to create jobs for adults with disabilities.  In addition, all of the revenue from the document destruction services helps to support other programs at UCP of the North Bay.

GONE FOR GOOD PROGRAMS

  • Gone For Good offers career opportunities for employees with developmental disabilities in our Adult Day Program.
  • Our employees work full-time or part-time while participating in a variety of activities at Gone For Good and in the community.
  • Program Leaders provide training in paid work, self-advocacy, community integration, social recreation, education, and self-care.
  • Our employees earn market-rate wages while performing production tasks that include packaging, labeling, and shrink-wrapping.
  • Health and wellness are promoted through work and recreation activities that encourage physical fitness and social interaction.
  • Our employees with developmental disabilities are provided transportation to and from Gone For Good and into the community.
 

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There’s no doubt we are all missing the awesome experiences usually found at our many UCP of the North Bay Recreation Camps this summer. We wanted to share this great video of one of our regular bike campers and the message that came with it from her mom….

Hi everyone,
I wanted to share some good news: Elena learned to ride her bike this weekend. Thank you so much for all your hard work at every single bike camp. We honestly never knew if this would be something that she would ever be able to do independently. We are so proud of her and so grateful to all of you!
We’re looking forward to the next bike camp when we can all be together again!
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Wow this is awesome!!! So proud of Ms. Elena!! 🤩🤩🤩 she was always working so hard at camp and it’s so amazing too see all that hard work pay off!! Rock on girly!! 👏🏼💪🏼💛

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UCP of the North Bay is dedicated to providing a Life Without Limits to folks of all ages within our communities through our work, education and recreation programs! Learn more at http://ucpnb.org/
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Jen Whalen, Director
Steve Gatlin, Manager
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