There are so many children in Wake County in need of assistance.
Please consider giving what you can–together we can improve the lives of children in our community.
Money – As we grow to help more impoverished children, the need for more workspace, storage, and supplies increases rapidly.
Clothing – We need clothing of many different sizes – your donations of unworn or gently used clothing goes a long way.
Supplies – In addition to clothing there are a number of supplies that are needed for storage and organization.
Time – Any time you can spare to help us allows us to reach more students, faster – and provides you fulfillment in knowing you’ve helped improve the lives of someone less fortunate.
Note in the Pocket provides donated and purchased clothing to impoverished and homeless children and their families in Wake County.
New and gently used shoes and clothing of all sizes are accepted for donation. While we are happy to issue receipts for tax purposes, we cannot assign a monetary value to your clothing donations. The IRS advises that it is up to the donor to estimate the fair market value of a donation.
PLEASE NOTE: Donated shoes and clothing will be processed and evaluated for suitability to our use. If they are found unsuitable they may be given to another nonprofit group, recycled, or sold by Note in the Pocket to further our mission.