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“It’s the biggest day of the year for donations for us,” says Frank Zoby, the general manager at Arlington’s Goodwill store.
The line of cars outside the store would make Pit Row at a NASCAR race envious. The cars are directed in and quickly unloaded.
In a season when many of us are focused on gift buying or a tax deduction, December is a good time to think about another kind of giving: donating.
Even if you are tapped out financially, you can still give back by donating clothing and household items you no longer use. You don’t have to spend money to be charitable — and the things lying around your house can have more of an impact than you may realize.
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