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Jul 6, 2013 10:33 PM by Annie Snead

Goodwill expands services for Black Forest Fire victims

COLORADO SPRINGS, Co. - Goodwill has expanded its emergency services for victims of the Black Forest Fire.
This comes after it was discovered that more than 85 homes that were destroyed in the fire were under-insured or not covered by fire insurance at all.
Donations of household goods can be dropped off at Discover Goodwill located on Garden of the Gods road.
Or at Springs Church on Auto Mall Loop, Monday through Saturday during normal business hours.
To date, Goodwill has issued nearly 1,400 vouchers valued at more than $29,000 to families affected by the Black Forest Fire.

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