January 27, 2017

Did you say bye to BAE this year?
Goodwill Industries Serving Southeast Nebraska is here to help.

LINCOLN, NE –Goodwill Industries Serving Southeast Nebraska, Inc. is making it easier for the ones who said bye to BAE this year. For all the newly single ladies and gents, during the month of February Lincoln Goodwill is taking donations for BAE’s belongings that have been lingering around your place, constantly reminding you of them. With 5 Lincoln locations, turning your ill will into Goodwill is convenient and easy.

Drop off that necklace he gave you for your anniversary last year, that T-Swift record you two spent hours listening to or that ugly sweater she gave you for your birthday and anything else that reminds you of your former BAE. #DontHateDONATE

“We want to encourage the broken hearted, ‘don’t hate, donate.’ By donating any items that may remind them of their former BAE, they turn their ill will into Goodwill.” Said Molly Deaver, Communication Coordinator, “Finally saying bye to BAE’s stuff can be difficult, but knowing those donations are helping fund employment programs in the community can help ease the pain.”

BAE still by your side? Just because you don’t have ill will doesn’t mean you can’t still Goodwill. #SharetheLove by shopping at your nearest Goodwill, your purchases can help an individual find meaningful employment and what’s not to love about that?

Visit to learn more about Goodwill employment programs or find your nearest Goodwill location.

*All items donated to “Bye to BAE” drive must be the sole property of the donor. Goodwill Industries Serving Southeast Nebraska, Inc. is not liable for items donated that do not belong to the individual donating. *

About Goodwill Industries Serving Southeast Nebraska, Inc.
Goodwill Industries Serving Southeast Nebraska, Inc.’s mission is willing workers employed and community resources maximized. Its programs support individuals with barriers to employment by providing services which equip them with the tools needed in order to obtain employment, thus adding to lower unemployment rates and less reliance on government assistance within the Lincoln community. Additionally, Goodwill contributes to ecological balance through massive recycling efforts of unsalable textiles and other products.

The community can support Goodwill all year long by donating their gently-used items, shopping at Goodwill Stores and making tax-deductible financial donations. The sale of donated goods remains the greatest source of funding for programs Goodwill provides. Learn more at


Molly Deaver
Communications Coordinator
(402) 742-8449



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