Help Warm Charlotte This Winter

Warm CharlotteDo you have winter clothes, sweaters, coats, hats, scarves, socks, blankets, towels, and other cold weather items piling up in your home? Put these items to good use and help us warm Charlotte this year! 

Environmental exposure-related deaths, hypothermia and frostbite pose an especially high threat to homeless individuals around the world during the winter months. Without shelter and often without proper protection against the elements, those in need face constant decisions between food, medicine and sufficient attire for cold weather. It comes as no surprise that cold weather attire often takes the lowest priority in that scenario.

Simplicity has partnered with other local business owners to do some real, tangible good in the community this winter by founding Warm Charlotte. These organizations are heavily involved with Charlotte’s homeowners, and in various ways, we come across many people who own more “stuff” than they really want… or need. Many of these items are often thrown away or transferred to storage facilities, never to be seen or used again. We want to change that paradigm.

donationboxThere are many ways in which you can help, the first of which is to bring winter clothes and other cold-weather items to our mobile donation centers on ANY Sunday in November. We will be in the parking lots at various shopping centers around the Charlotte area. We will then deliver the donations to the shelters and families that need them most. Follow us on Facebook or Twitter to receive updates on this important cause. You can also make a monetary donation to the cause – every donation, in any amount helps!!


Sunday, November 4th: Southpark Mall, benefiting the Florence Crittenton Home

Sunday, November 11th: Park Road Shopping Center, benefiting Charlotte Rescue Mission

Sunday, November 18th: Stonecrest at Piper Glen, benefiting Crisis Assistance Ministries

Sunday, November 25th: Cotswold Village Shops, benefiting United Family Services

We will be using Captain Clutter’s truck to accept donations at each location from 1 pm to 5 pm each Sunday in November – just  “Look for the Big Green Truck!

Who We Are:

Providence Property Management – Residential property managers specializing in working with individual homeowners who want to rent their Charlotte home or condo without the hassle of finding tenants and handling ongoing maintenance issues.

Simplicity Organizers – With their team of professional organizers, Simplicity works with individuals and families to de-clutter, simplify, and create systems, bringing order to their lives and homes. In a world dictated by deadlines, cell-phones, and endless emails, it is often difficult to maintain a balanced life. Simplicity is your solution.

Captain Clutter – Providing Charlotte’s premier de-cluttering and re-sale services across the city, “the Captain” offers the greenest, most efficient and most cost-effective solution to getting rid of all that junk you’ve been holding on to for years!

The Queen City Style – Local fashion blogger and stylist Whitley Hamlin assists Charlotte residents with creating aesthetically beautiful, stylish spaces in which to live, work and play. She also styles clothing and outdoor spaces for special events in the Queen City.

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