Canberra charity shops inundated by a ‘tsunami’ of donations after lockdown | ABC News

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ACT charity stores say they’re receiving donations in volumes they’ve never seen before, as Canberrans look to offload items after lockdown.

While clothes and homewares are flowing through Vinnies’ doors, women’s charity Share the Dignity says it’s in an entirely different position, with tampon donations dropping off dramatically.

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