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Goodwill faces statewide donor shortage

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By Marty Finley
Landmark News Service

A well-known nonprofit organization is conducting a statewide donation drive through March to generate contributions and help job growth.
Goodwill witnessed a precipitous drop in donations during January and February, which typically already are slower months, said Heather Hise, communications and public relations specialist for the organization.
Hise said the number of donors declined by about 10,000 from the same period last year, with weather one of the expected causes.


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