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Goodwill Storefront Donation Center
9740 Mission Gorge Rd Ste C, Santee, CA 92071

The Goodwill Storefront Donation Center provides residents of Santee with a convenient way to drop off gently usedMore clothing, housewares, electronics, and appliances. Goodwill aims to reuse and recycle these items, providing them at discounted rates to those who need them, which helps families get the supplies they need while reducing the amount of waste produced in Santee. Donations are still accepted at Santee's Goodwill store, but this location allows residents to donate while avoiding the traffic frequently found at the store's location. 

Goodwill not only provides affordable items to local families, but also provides job training and work experience to people with disabilities and other barriers to employment. 

Adaptive Computer Empowerment Services
10054 Prospect Ave, Santee, CA 92071
Founded in 1995 by electronic engineer Paul Adams, Adaptive Computer Empowerment Services is an all-volunteerMore organization specializing in refurbishing and rebuilding donated computers. These computers are then distributed for a low price to women and men with disabilities and to individuals ages 65 and older.
The Friendly Used Bookstore
9225 Carlton Hills Blvd, Santee, CA 92071
The Friendly Used Bookstore offers avid readers a variety of used novels and textbooks at nominal prices. The storeMore accepts donated books from the community and utilizes volunteers to resell them at a low cost. The store is well-organized, and the staff is friendly and helpful.
Momentum Tutoring
9500 Cuyamaca St, Santee, CA 92071
Momentum Tutoring is a non-profit association that provides tutoring for students of all grade levels and abilities,More helping them work to their potential in a supportive and nurturing environment. Homework clinics, private tutoring, educational consultation and summer programs are available, as are tutoring programs for students with special needs. Grants and donations to Momentum Tutoring allow them to provide financial assistance and "scholarships" to those who would otherwise not be able to afford tutoring services. 
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