The donation areas are piling up at local Goodwills but nobody is there to process the donations.
ABC10.com says that Goodwill is reporting that people have been “using stores as dumping grounds, unloading couches or large appliances the store chain doesn’t even take.” There are some employees who are at stores asking people not to drop things off but Goodwill wants to get the message out that people shouldn’t donate items right now. They’re hoping to be able to resume curbside donations in late June. They’re asking that is you have items to donate that you hang onto them or call other thrift shops and see if they’re accepting donations.
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