Seams Karmic Holds True to Social Mission by Partnering with Local Nonprofit to Offer National Donation Program

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Seams Karmic, an online kid’s clothing consignment partners with Note in the Pocket to help distribute quality, unsold clothing to the children of Wake County, NC.

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Keeping true to our passion for quality, service, and charity, this partnership truly embodies the Good Karma committment we offer our busy moms.

Seams Karmic, an online childrens clothing consignment based out of North Carolina, has established a partnership with Note in the Pocket, a nonprofit charity that delivers children’s clothes to impoverished and homeless children in Wake County, NC. According to Roslyn Cruz, Seams Karmic’s Founder, “Our mission has always been to provide a convenient service to busy families and to help those in need. This partnership with Note in the Pocket is an incredible opportunity to follow through on our social mission and provide clothing to the children of Wake County.” The partnership will allow busy parents to select an option of having their clothing, which is not purchased by Seams Karmic, donated to Note in the Pocket and receive a donation tax receipt. According to Cruz, parents want to get involved and make a difference in the lives of others and she believes that's why Seams Karmic's most popular option for non-purchased clothes is their exclusive donation service.

Note in the Pocket’s Community Advocate for Children, Mrs. Bonavita, is thrilled with the partnership, stating, “Note in the Pocket is excited to partner with Seams Karmic! They provide quality unsold, donated clothing that reach children in need in Wake County.” The partnership benefits Note in the Pocket by providing a consistent amount of clothing that is donated each month, and ensures that of the approximate 40,000 students in Wake County (the 16th largest school system in the U.S.) who have been identified as being “in need”, will continue to receive quality clothes. Seams Karmic projects that Note in the Pocket will receive 100+ pounds, on average, each month.

About Note in the Pocket:

It’s Note in the Pocket’s mission to engage community involvement to provide clothing and dignity to impoverished and homeless children in Wake County. By creating service opportunities that reduce the imbalance of resources, we teach others how to take action on the behalf of children in need within our community.

About Seams Karmic:

Seams Karmic is the simplest way for busy parents to shop and sell gently loved, practically new kids’ clothes with sizes ranging from newborn to child size 10, online. Founded by a mother of two with a background in the clothing industry, Seams Karmic quality standards ensures that parents only receive terrific, like-new kids’ clothes that they can be excited to see their children wear. Parents can also sell their gently worn, outgrown kids’ clothes without leaving the house. Ordering Seams Karmic’s Closet Cleanse bag service allows parents to clean out and earn cash on their children's clothes with the option of store credit or a full cash payout. Seams Karmic offers an added bonus for those selling kids’ clothes; should there be an item Seams Karmic cannot buy, they offer to donate the item on the behalf of the seller, and return to the seller the donation receipt (and good karma!).

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