Do-All, Inc. Rating Summary


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Do-All, Inc. Rating Summary

  1. 1. NPI Evaluation of Do All, Inc. NPI Rating: Neutral Evaluation as of 1/4/11 Analyst: Jonathan Tran
  2. 2. NPI Rating: NeutralDo-All provides diverse services to its surroundingcommunities and corporate partners, but the lack ofmore recent evaluation metrics and companyinformation make it difficult to assess how impactful itsprograms are on its disabled workers.
  3. 3. Do All, Inc.: Strengths▲ Robust platform of programs. Company offers a diversified set of community adjustment programs that help support its wide range of for-profit work service contracts with local businesses.▲ High pass-through of revenues to disabled workers. Most of program revenues go towards paying Do-All’s participating, disabled workers. Additionally, CEO compensation seems reasonable both on an absolute and relative basis.▲ Employee surveys help refine programs and services. Company solicits input of disabled employees on their needs and suggestions for service improvements, which are subsequently presented to management and implemented into each year’s company goals.
  4. 4. Do All, Inc.: Cautions▼ Financials are limited and annual report is outdated. This lack of recent information makes it difficult to accurately assess Do-All’s impact on its disabled workers and overall program effectiveness.● Low correlation of revenue sources to end benefits of adjustment programs. Many potential funders may be turned away from donation support because Do-All appears as a for-profit organization tapping into cheaper disabled worker labor. The relatively small contribution of gifts and grants is proof of this perception. Also, company does not provide any current metrics to evaluate effectiveness of its programs.
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