Portsmouth Schools Foundation has embarked on a venture to help improve education in the Portsmouth City Public Schools, and you can help by donating new or used materials your business no longer needs.

Pencils to PCs is a "free" store for teachers, sponsored by the Portsmouth Schools Foundation. This retail establishment has one thing missing—the cash register. In fact there are no price tags on any items—from pencils and paper to magazines and *computers. All donated items are given away to our teachers and students for FREE!

Changing your logo? Tired of storing things that you no longer use? Giving your office a facelift and need to get rid of that old furniture and equipment?
BEFORE YOU THROW IT AWAY,THINK OF US!

Now businesses and community supporters can donate goods, often getting a sizable tax-deduction because we are a 501(c)(3) and teachers get things they desperately need — pencils, pens, crayons, paper, books, folders, file cabinets, tables, and much, much more!

Changing your logo?

Paper products are at a premium in schools. We can use:

  • Obsolete Letterhead
  • Old business cards
  • Poster board
  • Construction paper
  • Roll paper
  • Index cards
  • Tissue paper
  • Litmus
  • Flip charts
  • Graph paper
  • All types of envelopes
  • Hanging file folders
  • Napkins, cups and plates
  • Old job application or business forms
  • Wallpaper books
  • 3 - ring binders
  • Scrap paper for memos

Remodeling your office?

We can use all types of furniture, lamps and office accessories including:

  • Desks
  • Area rugs
  • Bookcases
  • Conference tables
  • Adding machines
  • Bulletin boards
  • Display stands and racks
  • Chairs
  • Filing cabinets

Need more storage space?

Clean out and help us clean up for education in Portsmouth Public Schools. We can even use:

  • Carpet samples
  • Office supplies
  • Audio-visual equipment
  • Crates and plastic containers

Do you have...

Manufacturing overruns, odd lots or items that don't meet quality standards.
Join with others in the business community and donate them by contacting Alisa Smith today at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .