News – WIN Warehouse

New Bulk Program Announced

Tony DiFranco was recently interviewed on Fox 2 in St. Louis about WIN Warehouse’s new bulk ordering program. This program allows nonprofit members to order large quantities of paper products, safety products, MRO products, and safety shoes/boots. Now nonprofits can save up to 99% off retail prices by ordering products by the pallet or truckload. […] Read More

Online Catalogs Offer Tremendous Advantages for Charitable Intermediaries

This article was written by WIN’s President, Travis Laws, and originally published on Nonprofit Technology News. Every company that sells merchandise must address excess inventory from time to time. These products often exist because of overproduction or discontinuance, and determining what to do with this excess inventory is a constant struggle. Non-moving inventory is not […] Read More

Grapevine Faith Christian School Success Story

Challenge Grapevine Faith Christian School, located in Grapevine, Texas, is a private Christian school serving an average of 785 students from pre-kindergarten through grade 12. In Spring 2017, Andy Beene, director of facilities at Grapevine Faith Christian School, needed several items for the maintenance and facilities department. As an example, Beene needed to either replace […] Read More

WIN Warehouse Launches New Bulk Donation Ordering Program

Nonprofit members can now save more by placing bulk orders ST. LOUIS, MO (Oct. 19, 2017) – WIN Warehouse, a public charity that connects nonprofit organizations with corporate excess inventory, recently launched its new bulk ordering program. The type of inventory available in the bulk ordering program includes paper products, safety products, safety shoes and […] Read More

Larson Financial Foundation Success Story

Challenge Larson Financial Foundation, headquartered in St. Louis, Mo., is a 501(c)(3) corporate foundation with the vision of empowering entrepreneurs and establishing sustainable business in communities of great need. The foundation strives to provide livable wages for refugees and immigrants as well as education for life skills.  In 2015, John Peters, executive director at Larson […] Read More

Men’s Wearhouse National Suit Drive Case Study

Background WIN Warehouse, a public charity that connects nonprofit organizations with corporate excess inventory, partnered with Men’s Wearhouse for the 10th Annual National Suit Drive: a month-long initiative to collect gently-used professional clothing for Americans transitioning back into the workforce. Challenge Several St. Louis area nonprofits assist individuals in need including homeless, ex-offenders, US veterans, […] Read More

WIN Warehouse Suit Drive featured on KMOV

On Friday, August 11th, Fathers’ Support Center and Employment Connection visited WIN Warehouse to pick up suit donations that were collected during July as part of the Men’s Wearhouse 10th annual National Suit Drive. WIN Warehouse hopes it can help make a difference in the lives of hundreds around St. Louis. The charities receiving the […] Read More

East Islip UFSD Case Study

Background East Islip Union Free School District is located in Suffolk County, New York and educates kindergarteners through high school seniors. Problem In 2014, Eric Woellhof, Plant Facilities Administrator, needed to purchase updated machines along with other maintenance supplies to preserve and clean the educational facilities with a limited budget. Unfortunately, this task was more […] Read More

WIN Interviewed on St. Louis Radio About Suit Drive

Tony DiFranco of WIN Warehouse, was recently interviewed on local St. Louis radio about the Men’s Wearhouse Suit Drive. He also tells a great story about a veteran who was able to return to work with the tools and clothing he needed thanks to WIN. What an awesome story. To listen to the interview, click here. Read More

WIN Featured on Fox News 2 For Suit Drive

ST. LOUIS – A little confidence can go a long way. Nothing boosts the ego like some fresh new threads. You can help better someones life just by giving them something to wear. More information: Read More

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