Donate Clothes to Support Wilson HS
Your closet has hidden cash that can help support programs at Wilson High School. The Wilson PTSO has partnered with Schoola, an online clothing store, to raise funds through the sale of high-quality, gently-used clothes.
On September 10, the PTSO will be accepting donations of toddler, kids, teen, and women’s clothing at the high school. Wilson will receive 40% of the proceeds from the resale of each article of clothing donated.
Can’t bring your clothing donations to the school? Don’t worry. Visit the Wilson page on the Schoola website and request a free bag be sent to you. Fill the bag with up to 20 articles of clothing and drop it in the mail. Postage is covered by Schoola, so there is no cost to donate by mail.
Don’t forget to shop online, too. Schoola sells quality, gently worn clothing at deeply discounted prices – and proceeds from those sales benefit Wilson, as well.
Founded in 2012 by a former teacher and school principal, Schoola helps more than 10,000 schools across the United States raise funds to support arts, sports, and academic programs. So far, Wilson High School has raised $305 through Schoola.
For more information on the types of clothes Schoola accepts, take a look at the Frequently Asked Questions section of their website.