The Teacher Supply Warehouse Donation Drive has been extended until March 31, 2017.

Teacher Supply Warehouse Donation Drive

Staff Senate’s Teacher Supply Warehouse Donation Drive will run Feb 9, 2017 – Feb 24, 2017  March 31, 2017.

I've aleady spent too much on school supplies... Oh look! School supplies!


The Guilford Education Alliance’s Teacher Supply Warehouse directly supports classroom teachers with supplies. The Warehouse is stocked with donations from school supply drives and items purchased through donations. Guilford County Schools’ teachers are able to shop for items at no charge to them. Guilford County Schools (GCS) teachers then sign up to “shop” and take items back for their classrooms. Support from the warehouse ensures teachers and students have what they need to succeed!



The following items are the current most needed items, although all school/office supplies are welcome and appreciated:

  • Facial tissue
  • Hand sanitizer
  • #2 Pencils
  • Copy paper
  • Construction paper
  • Colored markers
  • Colored pencils
  • Adult scissors
  • Marble notebooks
  • Glue Sticks

Items they cannot accept:

  • Any chemicals or hazardous materials
  • Adding machines
  • Computers or monitors
  • Opened or used paint
  • Toner or ink cartridges
  • Electronics
  • Projectors
  • Furniture and desks

Ten donation bins will be placed around campus – one is in the Bookstore, so it is easy to drop by and purchase a pack of paper!

  • MHRA Building, first floor, main lobby
  • Library, main floor across from Access Services desk
  • Mossman, first floor near door on Spring Garden Street side
  • McIver, first floor
  • Becher-Weaver Building, first floor
  • Sink Building, second floor near the receptionist desk
  • Bryan, 401-D
  • School of Education Building, Room 141 (mailroom)
  • Housing and Residence Life, 001 Ragsdale Residence Hall
  • Bookstore near front registers, EUC

The Teacher Supply Warehouse Drive is being sponsored by the UNCG Staff Senate. Contact Melissa Barnes, Staff Senate Service committee at 334-5896 or if you need more information.