Wrapping for Inclusion


Be a part of our team by volunteering or by stopping by one of our Wrapping for Inclusion Sites!

What:  A nationwide awareness and fundraising campaign for the National Inclusion Project.
When: The Holiday Season
Why: To help raise awareness and support for the National Inclusion Project, spread holiday cheer, and have fun!
How: If you would like more information, please contact us.


Volunteer Needs

Area Coordinators: Contact local shopping malls and merchants to arrange dates and times for wrapping gifts. Schedule volunteers wrappers. Coordinate supplies, set up, and supervision of wrapping station(s).

Wrappers:  Wrap presents in your community and create awareness about inclusion.

WFI Frequently Asked Questions

IMG_2463(1)What should I wear while I am volunteering?
Please remember that you are representing the National Inclusion Project and dress appropriately.

What will we need to set up the wrapping booth?
Area Coordinators are responsible for making sure the wrapping station is sufficiently supplied. Many merchants we have worked with have provided supplies, but there are a variety of things you will need to be fully prepared. See the Manual for a Supply list. Several merchants give out Gift cards each month that can be redeemed for supplies. Wal-Mart, Sam’s Club, K-Mart are a few that donate each Christmas season. The National Inclusion Project will provide gift tags, take-away cards, and banners for each Area Coordinator.

How do I handle the donations?
We accept donations only. Individuals can donate any amount. Please thank them for their donations.

Please send donations to:
PO Box 110104
Research Triangle Park, NC 27709

All donations for WFI should arrive by December 31.

How do I create Awareness?
This is the most important part of WFI. As a National Inclusion Project volunteer, please use this opportunity to share what you know about inclusion. You can find more information here.