Those stained and worn clothes that get thrown away can actually be put to good use. According to major Bay Area charity, Goodwill, they’re using the clothes to generate revenue to develop a new economy.
As of Wednesday, there was no evidence of bedbugs at a Burlingame Goodwill Industries warehouse, officials with the donation center reported.
A bed bug scare has forced Goodwill Industries to shut down two Bay Area warehouses and dispose of loads of donated goods, a spokesman said Tuesday.
Do you want to feel good about spending money? Why not shop at a store with a cause?
It’s a discovery that’s got people dumbfounded. A homeless hangout was found on the roof of a Goodwill store, complete with a TV hook up and cookware.
Bay Area teen Laura started 1Closet, an effort to collect new or gently used clothes she gives to other teens