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Donations triple at Salvation Army thrift stores as people purge during COVID-19 pandemic

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COVID-19 pandemic turn to decluttering.“People have a lot of space and time at home and they are cleaning up,” said Dwayne Irvine, who is a donation attendant at the Salvation Army Thrift Store in Moncton.Donations of clothing and household items at the Salvation Army’s 100 thrift stores across the country have tripled since the beginning of the pandemic said Ted Troughton, managing director of national recycling operations for the thrift stores across Canada.“People have just been amazingly generous with these donations across the country.

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