There are many ways to volunteer at Note in the Pocket. Pick one that you like. Try them all. It takes EVERYONE to make Note in the Pocket function.
Note in the Pocket has volunteer opportunities available Monday-Thursday in 1-4 hr shifts from 9 am – 1 pm. We need help with quality control, sorting, sizing, organizing and packaging clothing orders. Clothing processing is done at our Volunteer Center at 5100 Lacy Avenue (off Millbrook Road).
Children aged 12-15 may volunteer at Note in the Pocket when accompanied 1:1 by an adult. Children age 16 may volunteer unaccompanied.
Can you deliver? Delivery people pick up completed clothing requests from our Volunteer Center located at 5100 Lacy Avenue (off Millbrook Road) and deliver them to the school or agency who referred the student(s) with clothing needs.
You choose the weekday (Monday through Thursday) that you would like to deliver and then we will text or email you that morning to check availability. Deliveries can be made to any of the Wake County Public Schools.
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We have donation bins for quality used clothing in various locations around Wake County. We need volunteers to empty and deliver the clothing donations to our Volunteer Center on a regular basis. Usually this is 1-2 times per month and is very flexible.
Anyone can host a clothing drive or fund drive in their neighborhood, church, school, scout troop, or even via Facebook or through your email address book! Advertise, collect, sort, and deliver clothes that will be given to children in need in Wake County.
There are many administrative tasks from data entry to filing to preparing mailings that must be done to keep the organization funded and running smoothly. Various skills are needed at certain times of the year. Let us know if you would like to help with any of these.