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The recent emptying of the Goodwill on Haight may have appeared foreboding—especially with the recent closure of the location on Market Street. But this one isn't on the way out. Au contraire, it's finally getting the interior and exterior updates that it so desperately needs. No word yet on when the renovations will be complete, but until then, the store is still accepting donations and is open to shop. Just beware of limited stock until the project is complete.
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