The Wallace Volatile Foundation
kindness closet non-profit

The Kindness Closet

Offering students access to necessities for hygiene & small school supplies in a dignified manner.

Inspired by generosity, the Kindness Closet is a way for The Wallace Volatile Foundation to offer the students access to some necessities for hygiene & small school supplies in a dignified manner. 

The Kindness Closet will offer toiletries and school supplies, free of charge, to a school for set up in a private, yet accessible area for students to choose from as the need arises.

*We will be accepting applications for this inaugural year, so we may gift 10 deserving schools with a Kindness Closet.

Items Will Include
  • Shampoo
  • Conditioner
  • Soap Bars
  • Hair Comb
  • Toothbrush
  • Toothpaste
  • Dental Floss
  • Deodorant
  • Shaving Gel
  • Nail Files
  • Q-tips
  • Cotton Pads
  • Cotton Buds
  • Facial Wipes
  • Lip Balm
  • Menstrual Pads
  • Contact Lens Solutions
  • Sunscreen
  • Lotion
  • Hair Ties (packs)
  • Hand Towels

Please fill out the following questionnaire.
(If you would like to send via mail, click here to print a form & submit to: The Wallace Volatile Foundation
P.O. Box 260
Devault, PA 19432)

The qualifications for a Kindness Closet are simple!

  1. The school for which you are applying is a public school
  2. The school has an available closet/space which is available to the students, which can be private but not in an area which is “closed off”. (We might suggest in the nurse’s office, a library nook, unused janitor closet, or a bookshelf in the cafeteria)
  3. We will need to speak to the principal/headmaster in charge prior to any supplies being sent
  4. By applying for this donation, you agree on behalf of the school to submit 3 photos of the area prior to the redesignation of the Kindness Closet, and 3 photos after the supplies are stocked. (No pictures showing students are acceptable)
  5. The school to allow The Wallace Volatile Foundation to mention your school on the website and to our donors in our end of the year letter of appreciation.

Children see magic
because they look for it.