Donate Unsold Items by White Tagging

Kids EveryWEAR Consignment Sale makes huge contributions at the end of each sale. Please choose to donate your unsold items! It makes a difference in someone's life! Remember that any items you tag with white cardstock will be donated if they remain unsold at sale end.

Donating Perks...

  • White Tag Consignors shop before Color Tag Consignors for full price, 50%, and 75% days! Pick up your early shopping pass at Drop-off with your tax donation receipt.
  • Tax Donation Receipts are available to White Tag Consignors! Pick yours up at Drop-off by showing us your white-tagged items before you put your items out.
  • Consignors are welcome to tag a few special or high-dollar items they'd prefer to hang onto with colored cardstock. So long as you tag the majority (90%) of your items in white, you enjoy all the privileges of White Tag Consignors!
  • Remember: Approximately 1/3 to 1/2 of our entire inventory sells during the sales to Crew and consignors! At least another half of what remains sells on the first public sale day! With rare exception does a consignor not sell the vast majority of merchandise unless it is overpriced or sub-standard. Most of our veteran consignors allow their items to be discounted, make a ton of money, and sell 90% of what they bring! Price your items to sell at FULL PRICE since that is when we have the most shoppers! And price them with the black 75% discount option so if you overpriced them, they will still sell!

"We at St. Mark's appreciate very much your letting us come to the consignment sale to pull and take clothes and shoes for the children at Wilburn School. We relay to you the thanks of those children and staff.

Thank you also for the six boxes of elementary school books for teachers to use in their classroom libraries or send home with children who might benefit from and enjoy the reading of these books.

You are doing a great deal to help agencies trying to assist children and parents and teachers. We are thankful that you are willing to get in touch with and work with us as we attempt outreach to people at Wilburn School."

Unsold items primarily are given for KE and EE to:

  • UNC NICU receives baby blankets and 0-9 month infant clothing items
  • Project CATCH
  • Trosa
  • Wake County Schools - Various books, teaching materials, and student clothing were given to special education resources there. Over 40 WCPSS schools sent Social Workers to pull items for their most needy schools. Title 1 schools were represented as well.
  • Granville Schools via Glory of God Christian Fellowship and St James Catholic Church
  • Women's Center on New Bern Ave.
  • The Giving Closet
  • Hispanic Family Center
  • Raleigh Rescue Mission
  • Durham Rescue Mission
  • Book Harvest
  • Helping Hand
  • Scrap Exchange
  • Healing Transitions
  • Crossing All Boarders
  • Lake Gaston Baptist Church ships items to Haiti
  • Habitat for Humanity Restore
  • Summit Church Clothing Closet
  • Green Chair
  • Wake Up and Read
  • Clothing to Wilburn Elementary School - a lower-income Wake County school that receives items through the kind work of a ministry at St. Mark's Church. Specifically requested clothing is gathered for their “closets." They even asked for underwear and socks as they say some kids come to school with no underwear on.
  • A Raleigh area women’s group that brings books for Chapel Hill and Durham county schools in need and also brings books to nursing/retirement homes.
  • Shoes are collected for 4 Paws for Ability - a Service dog organization that pairs kids with life-saving service dogs and vets with PTSD service dogs. They try to find families in NC trying to finish fundraising for their dogs. We have raised enough to go towards two families so far!
    They donate monies to supply needed service dogs to qualifying children with epilepsy. They also support epilepsy awareness programs.
  • Bonnie's Book Foundation supports children's literacy by providing books directly to children who may not own books at home. They also support schools and other programs that serve at-risk children with grants for books and learning materials.
  • A volunteer that monthly sends a box of books to an APO address in New York where the military then sends the books on to US Troops serving overseas.
  • A Wake County High School English teacher for their special needs programs.
  • All books of plays are brought to a Wake County high school drama department.
  • Boxes of elementary teacher supplies will be delivered directly to the teacher workrooms in a lower-income school.
  • Boxes of teacher supplies and books not as appropriate for the public school system are being brought to a homeschool supply store that has a place in the front of their store where “free for the taking” supplies can be left.
  • Duke Cancer Center - scarves and hats to the Belk Boutique which launders and then distributes these scarves and hats free to their cancer patients. They were incredibly grateful and had a low inventory when we donated, so they were thrilled!
  • Museum of Life and Science in Durham - Science items and texts were donated for their classes
  • New Life Camp - Raleigh - cooking items as well as engineering items were donated for their children's classes.
  • Orange County Schools - Various books and teaching materials were given to needy classrooms
  • Salvation Army (all final remaining items after the other charities pull what they need!)
  • Reach Out Pregnancy Center
  • Catholic Parish Outreach (CPO)
  • Jewelry for foster teens

We are not considering new donation recipients at this time unless they can provide a team of volunteers to help sort and pull all donations with our other charities.


Catholic Parish Outreach serves the community     A volunteer stuffs her van full and brings it to CPO when their truck can't fit it all!










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