The latest site, at 3200 W. Colonial Drive, targets the 32808 ZIP code, which includes Pine Hills where a quarter of residents live below the federal poverty line. Many opportunities are within Goodwill itself, which is opening new donation centers at the rate of one per month this year, helping to fuel a thrift goods resale business that provides 97 percent of Goodwill’s income..
Explains Reba: “It’s about a man and a woman, married with children, and she said, ‘Somebody shuld leave, but which one should it be? You need the kids, but they need me.’ And in the middle ’80s, that song was my song. And in ’87, I took the big step and filed for divorce. And it was probably a great career move, but it saved my sanity.
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D’Artagnan’s research and policy experience extends throughout the state, creating policies that established veteran’s service centers across UC campuses, prioritized $160 million for student services, improved sustainability in Inglewood schools and expanded programs for boys and men of color throughout Los Angeles County. He served as the chair on the Measure GG campaign securing $90 million in school construction bonds as well as matching funds, bringing the total construction program to $123 million. D’Artagnan is a decorated US Navy Iraq War Veteran and serves on the honorary board of UCLA VetNet..