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An extra set of sheets. Unwanted clothing. A clock. Sometimes, packing up means leaving things behind. NIU students once again can put those items in the hands of people who can use them–and keep them out of the landfills–through the Goodwill Campus Move-Out campaign. Just drop them off in the large blue bins placed in...
Throughout the week of Monday, May 8, to Friday, May 12, students moving out of the residence halls are encouraged to place unused, non-perishable food items and toiletries in specially-marked collection boxes in the lobby of their residence hall. The items collected will be donated to the Huskie Food Pantry to assist our fellow Huskies....
Give and Go! Move Out 2014
Each semester since the fall of 2012, Northern Illinois University’s Institute for the Study of the Environment, Sustainability, and Energy, along with Housing and Dining, has partnered with Goodwill Industries of Northern Illinois to collect usable goods. Since the beginning of the partnership, more than 30,000 pounds of items have been collected and diverted from...
Goodwill Industries is hoping NIU students will do another solid for the non-profit agency. At the end of the past three semesters, as students were moving out of residence halls, they donated a whopping total of 19,281 pounds of clothing and household goods through the hugely successful NIU “Give and Go!” project. Now, with finals...
Logos of Goodwill and Keep America Beautiful
Northern Illinois University students are accustomed to the annual Move-in Day, kicking off the start of the fall semester. Now there’s a new end-of-the-school-year wrinkle: Move-out Week. NIU has been selected as one of five colleges and universities nationwide to partner up with Goodwill Industries and Keep America Beautiful on a pilot “move-out week” program....