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Endeavour can use items

WITH the New Year under way and Ipswich people going through their cupboards for the post-Christmas clean-out, Endeavour Foundation is welcoming donations of clothes, accessories, bric-a-brac and books.

Endeavour Foundations consumer businesses general manager Leanne Rudd said all good quality donations from the community were important.

"They help us to support people with a disability and also help the environment as we recycle the items," she said.

However, people are asked not to dump unwanted items that are not suitable for sale at donation bins.

For more information about donating to Endeavour Foundation go to endeavour.com.au.

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