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Win a Pair of Firefly Music Festival Passes for Participating in Goodwill’s Spring Cleaning Donation Promotion

One of the hottest tickets of the 2014 concert season is this summer’s Firefly Music Festival in Dover. Through a partnership with Delmarva Broadcasting, Goodwill has secured a pair of four-day passes to the festival and will award them to one lucky person who makes a donation between now and May 16th at any Goodwill of Delaware and Delaware County location. Everyone who makes a donation can register for the concert tickets or other prizes that include a pair of tickets to a Phillies major league baseball game in the WSTW suite or a $100 Visa gift card.

Goodwill accepts the donation of gently used adult and children’s clothing, books, movies, vehicles, furniture or household goods. All of these donated items are sold in Goodwill’s retail stores and the proceeds are used to provide needed career skills training and job placement assistance to those in the community with barriers to self-sufficiency.

Goodwill provides a dated receipt for every donation made at all 18 of donation locations in Delaware and Delaware County, Pennsylvania. During this year’s Spring Cleaning Donation Promotion, the receipt will also include information on how to register for the prize drawings. In addition to registering online, you must provide a donation receipt dated between April 14th and May16th in order to win one of the prizes. No purchase is necessary and employees of Goodwill and Delmarva Broadcasting are not eligible for this promotion. More information can be found at www.goodwillde.org.

For over 90 years, Goodwill of Delaware and Delaware County’s mission has been to improve the quality of life for people with barriers to self-sufficiency through the Power of Work. In 2013, Goodwill of Delaware and Delaware County provided nearly 45,000 services to individuals throughout the region and helped over 500 individuals connect to employment.

Contact:

Ted Sikorski
(302) 252-3200
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