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Two major branches merge, forming 'Goodwill of the San Francisco Bay'

Original post made on Dec 27, 2022

Nonprofit Goodwill, known for its second-hand retail stores and donation centers, has announced a merger between two of its Northern California branches, a move that will impact stores in the Tri-Valley and greater Bay Area.

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Posted by Becky
a resident of Livermore
on Dec 27, 2022 at 9:58 am

Becky is a registered user.

Goodwill does alot of good work around the world, but their stores are overpriced now. $9 for a shirt you could buy new for $5. The store in Livermore collects alot of really nice stuff from Livermore, but then puts all the nice stuff on a truck to take elsewhere and even auctions some stuff online. If you look at what's at other thrift stores in the area, they have alot more nicer stuff. The 'wares' are especially bad at Goodwill, with rarely ever anything good or worth the price.

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