Donate to Karma Box in honor of Collegiate Recovery Week

Join Nevada's Recovery & Prevention (NRAP) and Karma Box Project in celebrating National Collegiate Recovery Week by donating non-perishable items to help support our community. 

Karma Box Project is a nonprofit organization is committed to improving the lives of homeless individuals by providing them with safe and stable housing, along with the resources and support necessary to achieve self-sufficiency. 

What to donate: 

  • Summer — water, sunscreen, socks, sun hats.  
  • Winter — knit wool caps, gloves, socks, space blankets or light blankets rolled up to preserve space in the box. 
  • All seasons — one-use hygiene items like toothbrushes/small tubes of toothpaste (no large bottles or multi-item packs), tampons, nonperishable foods preferably in pop-top containers, individual snacks, bars and ramen.  Break apart and package items individually. 

Not advised in Karma Boxes: 

  • money, books, mini-bottles of alcohol, large bottles or cans, packages of many pairs of socks (roll up each pair of socks to preserve space).  Books belong in Little Free Library boxes rather than Karma Boxes.

Bring items into NRAP located in WRB RM: 1001. Hurry, the last day to donate is April 19!


To learn why we celebrate Collegiate Recovery Week and to see our full schedule of events, visit: 

Friday, April 19

Nevada's Recovery & Prevention (NRAP), WRB 1001 1664 N Virginia St. Reno, NV 89557