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Donating Supplies

Whether it’s a local supply drive or a donation of surplus inventory, we’re at our best when we’re putting new, quality supplies directly into the hands of the teachers and students who need them the most. Pick the option that’s right for you.


Bulk Donations

We couldn’t do what we do without generous companies that keep our teacher stores and warehouses stocked with core supplies when they donate product to the Kids In Need Foundation. We’ve been in the inventory donation business for over 24 years and can offer you a seamless solution for your excess product. Learn more about how to convert your inventory reduction plan into a community investment with our Gift-In-Kind services.

Ready to donate? You can fill out our Online Product Donation Form here.

Individual Donations and Supply Drives

Want to contribute supplies and get your community involved? Host a supply drive! We’ve put together a School Supply Drive Toolkit to get your ideas flowing. You can also try our online supply drive option by purchasing products on the You Give Goods website which ship directly to KINF.

Ready to send in your collected items? You can send them to our national headquarters for free, thanks to Zappos! Click here to learn how to get your free shipping label for boxes up to 50 lbs.

Read our product donation guidelines here.

When families struggle financially, school supplies just can't be a priority. In 2018, we directly supported more than 6 million students with new supplies.

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    COVID-19 and how you can help

    The needs of the students we serve haven’t disappeared because their schools have closed, in fact, they’ve gotten more severe. Right now, millions of children across the U.S. are lacking the basic tools they need to continue their education at home.

    Join us today, and your contribution will help supply and ship the most crucial distance learning items out to our students. No one should be left behind when it comes to their education.