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Post-holiday donation surge for Goodwill
Store expects tax breaks to bring business
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Goodwill operations manager Michelle Moore, center, grins while being razzed by co-workers after bumping a rack into a moving bin as activities kick into high gear as end of the year donations roll in.
Christmas has passed, but staff at the Statesboro-area Goodwill store hope the season of giving is still in full swing. Tuesday marked the kickoff for what is traditionally the organization’s busiest week of the year, and employees are optimistic that donations will increase dramatically through Saturday. “We usually triple our donations during the last week of the year,” said Tony Brown, division manager for Goodwill.
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