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Goodwill (http://www.goodwill.org/about-us/) is a US originated, and based, (non-profit) NGO. They have locations throughout the US & Canada. It's essentially a thrift store where people donate items and Goodwill can then sell. That profit then goes to various social causes for those in need of assistance, financial or otherwise.They also employ, or train, individuals who would otherwise have difficult obtaining employment...such as those with mental or physical handicaps, persons with felony criminal records, etc.Since items are freely donated, their resale price can be quite low and still benefit the organization. For instance, I could go to a Goodwill in a more affluent area and at times find $80-100 brand-name jeans that have never been worn (still have sales tag on) for $5-10.
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