YUKON, Okla. — An Oklahoma woman who brought bags of children's clothing to a Goodwill store said she was shocked when a worker took her donations and threw them into a dumpster, KFOR reported.
Cindy Stanbrough said she brought the bags of clothes to the store in Yukon, and as she was unloading the items, a worker was taking them to the trash, the television station reported.
“I know that there was a lot of infant clothes and toddler clothes that I had available, and kids go through that so fast,” she said. “There are a lot of people who really needed this stuff, and ... in hindsight there was the El Reno (tornado) victims and things like that, and I just got really angry and frustrated with the situation.
“I knew that they get a lot of materials and stuff and donations and that sometimes they take it to other places, but I never thought they would go into the dumpster or anything like that. You do this to help people.”
In a statement, Goodwill said the employee was disciplined, KFOR reported.
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