“We had a fantastic Christmas ... everybody as usual, got more than they needed,” Goodwill supporter Jennifer Derby said.
Derby makes it an annual tradition to clean house after Christmas and take items to the Goodwill store in Brier Creek.
Goodwill officials say donations are coming in so fast that it will be another two months before all December donations appear on the sales floor. The holidays do spur generosity, but the approaching tax season is another season for the boost.
“Just don't wait until Wednesday if you can help it,” Snyderman said.
While donations can help people get a tax break, Goodwill officials say only a third of people ask for a receipt.
Goodwill does not accept computers, bedding or large appliances as donations.
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