Noteworthy Reporting Services, with support from Wake Forest Boys and Girls Club, 
donates Project Night Night bags

Raleigh, NC, October 28, 2015: In recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness month, Noteworthy Reporting Services, with support from the Wake Forest Boys and Girls Club, donated 48 Project Night Night bags to InterAct of Wake County to help the littlest victims of homelessness have sweeter dreams. Wake Forest Boys and Girls Club members obtained book and stuffed animal donations and made blankets for the tote bags provided by Noteworthy Reporting Services.

Since Noteworthy Reporting Services’ inception, the company founders, Joann Bunze and 
Angela Eisenhardt, have supported the community by remembering to give back through semi-annual fundraisers. By simply booking depositions and examinations under oath, Noteworthy’s clients enable them to continue to provide support to many local non-profit organizations. Through the fundraisers, 
Noteworthy Reporting’s goal is to not only provide a donation to the organizations which they support, but also raise awareness for the organizations’ missions, as well as connect volunteers in the community with local non-profit groups.

Noteworthy Reporting partnered with Project Night Night, which donates over 25,000 Night Night Packages each year to homeless children 12 and under. Each Night Night Package contains a new security blanket, an age-appropriate children’s book, and a stuffed animal — all nestled inside of a new canvas tote bag.  By providing objects of reliable comfort, Project Night Night reduces trauma and advances the emotional and cognitive well-being of the children they serve.

The Wake Forest Boys and Girls Club, whose mission is to enable all young people to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens, joined with Noteworthy Reporting to provide items for the Project Night Night bags. The Boys and Girls Club’s Keystone chapter chose this event as a service project opportunity for their general club members.

It is estimated that 1 in 30 American children will face homelessness sometime this year. InterAct is a private, non-profit, United Way agency that provides safety, support, and awareness to victims and survivors of domestic violence and rape/sexual assault. InterAct is the only confidential domestic violence prevention program serving Wake County’s twelve municipalities.