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    As 2016 winds down, people load up on income tax deductions by unloading donations of goods to charities and their thrift store fund-raising mechanisms. About 75 percent 80 percent of the donated goods are worth reselling, leaving the nonprofits to pay to dump the rest, which reduces their revenues for helping those in need.

As 2016 winds down, people load up on income tax deductions by unloading donations of goods to charities and their thrift store fund-raising mechanisms. About 75 percent 80 percent of the donated goods are worth reselling, leaving the nonprofits to pay to dump the rest, which reduces their revenues for helping those in need. jjardine@modbee.com
As 2016 winds down, people load up on income tax deductions by unloading donations of goods to charities and their thrift store fund-raising mechanisms. About 75 percent 80 percent of the donated goods are worth reselling, leaving the nonprofits to pay to dump the rest, which reduces their revenues for helping those in need. jjardine@modbee.com

Nonprofits and their thrift stores need goods, not bads, to fund their charity efforts

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UPDATED November 28, 2016 07:06 PM

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