Simplicity believes in serving the community. Here are a few of the organizations we believe in and support. If you know of a cause you think we should know about who would benefit from our services, we’d love to hear about them.
Simplicity volunteers to organize Greenway Park Elementary School’s Teacher Resource Room (September 2017).
Simplicity volunteers to organize Cotswold Elementary’s PTA closet (June 2017).
Thanks to the Charlotte community, 6,000 books were donated to Windsor Park Elementary school for Simplicity’s book drive, READ a Book, GIVE a Book (June 2017).
Simplicity team members volunteered their time to organize donated items for the Key Resale shop‘s new location (January 2017).
Simplicity Organizers team up with Carolina Organizers to create new organizational systems at Fashion Compassion (July 2016).
Simplicity team and College Hunks Hauling Junk volunteer at The Relatives to organize their basement. The Relatives August 2016 newsletter featured our organizing day.
Thanks to the Charlotte community, over 6,000 children’s books were donated to Montclair and Rama Road Elementary schools for Simplicity’s book drive: Read a Book Give a Book.
Simplicity team members volunteer at Project Scientist helping organize 100 science experiments for their summer academy program for 700 girls.
Thanks to the Charlotte community over 6,000 books were donated to Sedgefield Elementary for Simplicity’s book drive READ a Book, GIVE a Book (June 2014)!
Simplicity helped collect over 375 t-shirts for the Re-threaded program. Rethreaded loves people affected by the sex trade by fostering relationship and life-giving community. Their vision is to unravel the effects of the sex trade by fighting business with business on a global and local level. They provide safe, viable, and dignity-giving work to survivors of the sex trade.
Simplicity volunteered and helped sponsor the UROCk Donor Celebration for Baby Bundles on Thursday, February 27th, 2014. Baby Bundles is a non-profit that provides newborn essentials to mothers in financial need in the Charlotte area, helping them get a positive start with their baby and directly impacting their role as a mother.
Simplicity team member, Andrea Gill, had the opportunity to contribute her organizational skills to “The Teacher Project” at Greenway Park Elementary. Greenway Park is a Title I school in Charlotte that has benefited from several community partnerships with churches and businesses.
Simplicity supports The Relatives, which serves as the Safe Place agency for Mecklenburg County and the surrounding area, partnering with local businesses to ensure young people in need have access to immediate help and supportive resources. Simplicity sponsors their annual fundraiser, Breakfast with The Relatives, organizing their basement, and collecting donations for their home on East Boulevard.
Simplicity partnered with Trent Corbin of Lodestone Real Estate, Alan Romack of Captain Clutter and Whitley Hamlin of Queen City Style to start Warm Charlotte, a mobile drop-off site that helps collect cold weather goods and distributes them to local non-profits serving the homeless community in Charlotte.
Simplicity works with Baby Bundles to create systems for tracking and categorizing incoming inventory, so that it can be quickly distributed to young moms in need.
Simplicity worked with the ladies at the Dove’s Nest to teach them organizational skills. We helped them purge their home in Dilworth and set up new systems at their expanded facility on West Boulevard.
At “Posh with a Purpose,” Simplicity partnered with Bella Tunno to help organize and sell women’s accessories to raise money for the Dove’s Nest.
Simplicity worked with Room in the Inn at Covenant Presbyterian Church to organize their donation closet, to assist in distributing clothes, bedding and hygiene products to homeless men and women in Charlotte.
Simplicity worked with Dress for Success to organize the donations of women’s professional attire in their new facility.