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  • Australians embrace charity garage sales
  • Australians embrace charity garage sales
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Australians embrace charity garage sales

Over a third of the Australian tax-paying population give money to charity every year, but a more popular way of giving has now emerged. Schools, households and community groups are selling more than 1.5 million items at hugely popular charity garage sales.

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