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Donate coats and shoes, get a doughnut

 

Tenderloin Station police officers will be holding a shoe and coat drive for homeless youth on Tuesday, with an added sweet perk. In exchange for dropping off a new pair of shoes or gently used coat, people will receive a free doughnut.

The event will take place at Doughtnut Dolly, in the lobby of 1355 Market St. from 8:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.

SEE RELATED: Among major cities, SF has highest percentage of unsheltered homeless youth

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