PLEASE CONSIDER MAKING A DONATION TODAY
CHOOSE A PROJECT TO SUPPORT!
As a 501(c)3, your donation is tax-deductible. The school communities we serve need our help more than ever, and your financial contribution will go directly back into our cause and mission. We proudly serve Jacksonville and the Palm Beaches. Please know that your contribution will make a lasting impact in a student’s life today.
The Giving Closet Project believes that every child deserves access to basic needs, such as clean clothes, shoes that fit, hygiene items and other essentials that will help boost their self-esteem and contribute to their overall well-being. All of our projects and programs are focused around improving school communities and giving them the resources they need to ensure that all students can come to school and get a quality education.
CHOOSE WHERE YOUR DONATION GOES
We know that where your money goes matters to you. Please choose a specific project or program to support. Or feel free to sponsor a student or make a one-time contribution that fits your budget. We are always working on new, innovative projects and enhancing our current programs to expand our reach within the communities we serve.
What Are You Interested in Supporting Today?
Sponsor a Student
Help us sponsor 500 students!
Sponsor a Child for $100.00
Each care package includes:
- 3 outfits (shirts, shorts/pants, etc.)
- 3 pairs of new socks
- 3 pairs of new underwear
- 1-2 pairs of shoes (1 pair of sneakers, and 1 other type of shoe: sandals, dress shoes, etc.)
- Hygiene Care (deodorant, shampoo/conditioner, toothbrush, toothpaste, soap, lotion)
- School Supplies (Duval Only)
Donate to District Hub
(Duval or Palm Beach)
Our district hubs cannot function without our amazing Closet Hub Directors and volunteers. These funds will go directly to Closet Staffing, restocking of needed supplies and additional bins, shelving, and storage items to ensure maximum organization and efficiency to best serve and fulfill orders in a timely manner.
“Thankful for the social worker and teacher that approached me this week about a student in need. It broke my heart to hear about this poor girl being bullied because of her shoes. This precious girl was able to go home on Thursday afternoon with new shoes on her feet and a bag full of clothes, hygiene products and school supplies.” – GCP Volunteer at Duval County Location