Free Clothes For Low Income Families

I wish for this list of free clothes for low income families I have compiled, helps you in your time of need. I understand times are tough and sometimes even the basic necessities such as clothing for work, school, prom and even everyday wear can be difficult to afford. I know personally there have been times where I could not even afford to shop at the thrift store, because of hardships in my life,  I then became aware of several resources available to people with a low income.



Below is a list of clothing resources I have found and wanted to share. If you know of any clothing resources you think I should add please contact me and I will be sure to add the information.

Free Clothes For Low Income Families

Baby and Kids Clothing Resources 

  1. The Pajama Project  If you you have children ages newborn to 18 who live in group homes, shelters and temporary housing click here to find a Pajama Program near you.
  2. Operation Warm offer coats and clothing for kids with families that cannot afford them in In 49 states and the District of Columbia.
  3. Car2Kids.org This program connect families who want to donate essential items & other things their kids have outgrown directly to families in need. 
  4. More kids free clothing programs listed below by state. 

Men’s Clothing Resources

  1. Career Gear – A national nonprofit organization offering interview clothing and job counseling to men in need.

Women’s Clothing Resources

  1. The Women’s AllianceA national organization of independent community-based members who provide professional  attire, career skills training and related services to low-income women seeking employment. Program Locations Alabama  California  Connecticut District of Columbia  Florida  Georgia  Illinois   Kansas  Massachusetts  Maryland  Michigan  Mississippi   Missouri  New Jersey  New York North Carolina  North Dakota  Ohio  Oklahoma  Pennsylvania  Texas  Washington  Wisconsin 
  2. Dress For Success – Non-profit organization that provides interview suits, confidence boosts, and career development to low-income women in over 75 cities worldwide. 

Prom Clothing Resources

  1. FREE Prom Dresses For Low Income Families. This is a bigger list I have made. Be sure to check it out.

This is a new list I started and would love for anyone who has more clothing resource information for other states to share with me so I can add them below to help my readers. I hope to have all states listed eventually.

 

Connecticut Clothing Resources

  1. Acts 4 Ministry – offers free used seasonal clothing (including business attire) and kitchen, bedroom, and bathroom housewares to Waterbury and Naugatuck residents in need. Open by appointment only. Located at Phone: (203) 574-2287 Address: 1713 Thomaston Avenue Waterbury, CT 06704
  2. MORE For a larger list of clothing resources in the Connecticut area visit Connecticut.networkofcare.org.

California 

  1. Care For The Children is  a Clothing Distribution Voucher Program (CDVP). This program is a partnerships between Care For The Children, various Clothing Manufacturers and Distributors, and local Community Based Organizations (CBO). Click here care4thechildren.org for more information and how to sign up.

Kansas

  1. Shawnee Community Services Address: 11110 W 67th St Shawnee, KS 66203 Phone – (913) 268-7746. Offers Free clothes, shoes and food. 
  2. Edgerton United Methodist Church Clothing Closet Address: 300 E. 4th Street Edgerton, KS 66021 Main number is Phone – (913) 882-6735 
  3. Bridges Of Hope Address: 933 Argentine Blvd. Kansas City, (Wyandotte County), KS 66105 (913) 281-4700 
  4. Cross-lines Cooperative Council Address: 736 Shawnee Kansas City, KS 66105 Phone – (913) 281-3388 
  5. Central Avenue Center Of Hope Address: 11 N. 15th Street Kansas City, KS 66102 Phone – (913) 233-2511 They may have free or low cost blankets, clothing, personal items, winter coats, and food for low income or homeless. 
  6. Mount Carmel Willa Gill Center Address: 645 Nebraska Avenue Kansas City, Wyandotte County, KS 66101 Phone – (913) 621-4690
  7. Catholic Charities – Kansas City Location Address: 2220 Central Avenue Kansas City, Kansas 66102 Phone – (913) 621-3445 Offers Free clothing, food, Christmas meals and gifts, and more. Ask about basic needs such as energy expenses, they may or may not have funds.
  8. Metropolitan Avenue United Methodist Church Address: 3730 Metropolitan Avenue Kansas City, KS 66106 Phone: (913) 831-4531
  9. Shawnee Mission Pta Clothing Center, Arrowhead Administrative Center Address: 6601 Santa Fe Drive Mission, KS 66202 
  10. The Olathe Catholic Charity clothing closet Address: 333 East Poplar, Olathe, KS 66061. Phone – (913) 433-2100 
  11. Center Of Grace Clothing closet Address: 520 S Harrison Street Olathe, KS 66061 Phone – (913) 764-1353
  12. Blessings Abound Thrift Shop Address: 9620 Nall Ave. Overland Park, KS 66207 Phone – (913) 648-0700 Offers low cost furniture and other items are to low income families. Low cost clothing, furniture and household goods. 
  13. Good Shepherd Thrift Shop and Food Bank Address: 304 E. 4th Street Tonganoxie, Kansas 66086 Phone –  (913) 845-3964 The goal is to assist people with food, clothing, utilities, rent and miscellaneous housewares. 

Michigan Clothing Resources

  1. Jackets For Jobs – Provides professional career clothing for men and woman, career skills, training and employment etiquette to job seekers. Located 5555 Conner  Suite 2097 Detroit, MI  48213 Phone:  313-579-9160
  2. MORE helpful resources for families in need in the Michigan area on Julies List julieslist.homestead.com. She has compiled a list of resources for adoption, dental, medial, clothing, disability. employment training, financial assistance, food programs and more.

Missouri

  1. Meet The Need Assistance Center Address: 1302 N. Jesse James Road Excelsior Springs, MO 64024 Phone – (816) 630-5221 Offers clothing, hygiene items, household goods, food, work clothing, suits and even fuel assistance to families and individuals in need that are currently employed but are just struggling. 
  2. Cathedral Of The Immaculate Conception Address: is 1112 Broadway Kansas City, Missouri(Jackson), 64105 Phone – (816) 842-0416 ext 126 
  3. Samaritan Center Main Address: 1317 S. 2nd St. Clinton, MO 64735 Phone – (660) 885-8555 Offers free food to the citizens of Henry County Missouri. Clothes and vouchers are also offered from a thrift shop. 
  4. Good Samaritan Center Address: 108 S Thompson Excelsior Springs – Clay County, MO 64024 Phone – (816) 630-2718 Offers free food, help with utilities, clothing, transportation and health care. Limited furniture is available. Clothes for work or school may be distributed to students and children.
  5. Meet The Need Assistance Center Address: 1302 N. Jesse James Road Excelsior Springs, MO 64024 Phone – (816) 630-5221 Offers clothing, hygiene items, household goods, food, work clothing, suits and even fuel assistance to families and individuals in need that are currently employed but are just struggling. 
  6. Birchwood Mission Center Clothes Closet Address: 3884 Blue Ridge Blvd Independence, MO (Jackson), 64052 Phone – (816) 353-4445 Offers coats, clothes, shoes, linens, and a blanket for families in need that live in the region. 
  7. Community Services League Address: 1001 Sibley Road Buckner, MO 64016 Phone – (816) 249-5820 There is also one in Fairmount Address: 800 S. Hardy, Independence, Phone – (816) 254-0446. And a few more. Address: 207 West Walnut Street, Grain Valley, Missouri 64029, Phone – (816) 355-0328, Address: 404 N. Noland Road, Independence, MO (Jackson County), 64050, Phone – (816) 254-4100, Address: 1408 SE Austin Street, Oak Grove, Missouri 64075, Phone – (816) 690-8213. These 5 locations may have Christmas/holiday or help with coats/blankets and employment assistance. Food, housing counseling and other aid, such as prescriptions. This is a non-profit and they do run out of resources, please be patient.
  8. Hope Coalition Thrift Center Center Address: 117 W. 2nd St. Holden, MO 64040 Phone – (816) 732-4026 
  9. Immanuel Baptist Church Main Address: 112 W. 23rd St. Independence, MO 64055 Phone – (816) 254-9579 Offers clothing and basic supplies to residents of Independence, MO. 
  10. Mount Washington Baptist Church Address: 9623 E. Independence Avenue Independence, MO 64053 Phone –  (816) 254-5688 
  11. Saint Mary’s Outreach Address: 600 N. Liberty Independence, MO 64050 Phone – (816) 252-8649 Emergency assistance is offered from the church. They may provide clothing, food and possibly help with some bills, prescription assistance, and more.
  12. City Union Mission Community Assistance Address: 1700 E 8th Street Kansas City, MO (Jackson), MO 64106 Phone – (816) 329-1444
  13. Clay County Clothes Closet, Inc. Address: 3939 N. Cleveland Kansas City, Missouri 64117 Phone –  (816) 454-3960 There is another location. Address: 10901 Blue Ridge in Jackson County Kansas City, MO 64134 Phone – (816) 763-3277 
  14. Redemptorist Jackson County Address: 207 W. Linwood Kansas City, MO 64111 Phone – (816) 931-9942 
  15. Grand Avenue Temple Lazarus Boutique Address: 205 E. 9th Street Kansas City, MO 64106 Phone – (816) 842-3484 
  16. Hope Faith Ministries No Boundaries Day Center Address: 705 Virginia Ave. Kansas City, MO(Jackson), 64106 Phone – (816) 471-4673
  17. Metro Lutheran Ministry Northland Emergency Assistance Address: 1104 NE Vivion Road Kansas City, Missouri 64118 Phone – (816) 454-5295  
  18. Micah Ministry-independence Blvd. Address: 606 Gladstone Boulevard Kansas City, 64124 Phone – (816) 231-0016 
  19. Migrant Farmworkers Project Address: 920 Southwest Boulevard Kansas City, MO 64108 Phone – (816) 474-9868 
  20. Neighbor 2 Neighbor Clothing Closet Address: is 500 W. 40th Street Kansas City, Missouri 64111 Phone – (816) 931-1150
  21. Trinity Family Midtown Church Of The Nazarene Address: 3535 Broadway, Suite 2004 Kansas City, MO 64111 Phone – (913) 938-6770
  22. Seton Center Thrift Store Address: 2816 E. 23rd Street Kansas City, Missouri 64127 Phone – (816) 231-3955
  23. Swope Parkway Church Of Christ Address: 5620 Swope Parkway Kansas City, Missouri 64130 Phone – (816) 444-9511 for intake 
  24. Together Center Address: 1112 E. 10th Street Kansas City, MO 64106 Phone – (816) 842-1394
  25. True Light Family Resource Center Address: 712 E. 31st. Street Kansas City, MO (Jackson), 64109 Phone – (816) 561-1700 
  26. Whatsoever Community Center Address: 1201 Ewing Kansas City, MO 64126 Phone –  (816) 231-0227 
  27. Zion Grove Missionary Baptist Church Address: 2801 Swope Parkway Kansas City, Missouri 64130 Phone – (816) 924-1818 
  28. Lee’s Summit Social Services Thrift Store Address: 108 SE 4th Street Lees Summit, MO 64063 Phone – (816) 525-6798 
  29. Afl-CIO Community Services Address: 1203 N. 6th Street Saint Joseph, MO 64502 Phone – (816) 364-1131
  30. Interserv-Calvin Center Address: 1412 N. 3rd Street Saint Joseph, Missouri 64505 Phone -(816) 232-7779
  31. Pettis County Community Partnership Center Address: 515 S Kentucky Avenue Sedalia, MO 65301 Phone – (660) 827-0560 

Oregon Clothing Resources

  1. Beaverton Family Resource Center – Children’s clothing and diapers provided through Northwest Children’s Outreach.  Parenting classes and referrals for energy assistance available. Serving Beaverton area primarily, call in advance.
  2. MORE For a huge list of clothing resources in the the Oregon area also visit Rose City Resource at http://www.rosecityresource.org.

New York City Clothing Resources

  1. There are plenty of organizations in the New York City area that offer free clothing for interview clothes for children, jackets and more. Supplies are limited, so always call before you go.

    Bronx

    Part Of The Solution, Inc.
    3 Miles Away
    2759 Webster Ave
    Bronx, NY 10458
    (718) 213-0595 The mission of Part of the Solution (POTS) is to be a loving community in the Bronx that nourishes the basic needs and hungers of all who come to their door. http://www.potsbronx.org/ 

    St. Ann’s Church of Morrisania
    295 St. Ann’s Ave., 140th St.
    Telephone – (718) 585-5632
    This church will usually have a bin of clothing, and people can help themselves to what they need.

    Catholic Charities
    Address – 326 E. 150th St.
    Call (718) 292-9090
    A number of social services, clothing, and other aid is offered to clients who have a referral. Winter coats for children, meals, food boxes, and shoes/boots are just some of the services that are offered. The charity will also have limited amounts of financial assistance for rental or utility bill needs.

    St. John’s Lutheran Church is located at 1343 Fulton Ave. between 169 and 170 St.
    Call (718) 293-0300
    This religious center will usually require the client to have a referral letter, which is usually obtained from a social or human service office. 

    Ephesus 7th Day Adventist
    101 West 123rd Street at Lenox Avenue
    Phone number – (212) 662-5536
    Offers men, women, and casual clothing.

    Riverside Church
    91 Claremont Avenue
    (212) 870-6700
    Clients need a referral.

    St. John the Divine Crisis, Intervention & Opportunity Center
    1047 Amsterdam Avenue
    Center is only open Tuesday, Thursday 10am-1pm
    Phone – (212) 316-7540
    May have uniforms and professional work attire.

    Soul Saving Station
    302 West 124th Street
    Call the center at (212) 663-3532
    Will have referrals, guidance, and basic supplies. This can include personal hygiene, clothing for children and adults, and maybe even a meal.

    Brooklyn

    St. John the Baptist Church
    Location is 75 Lewis Ave, Bed-Sty
    Call (718) 455-6864 for hours, which are usually Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, 9:00 am to 12:00 noon

    St. Mary’s Church 230 Classon Ave. (718) 529-7825

    Unique Thrift Store
    Location – 408 Fulton St
    Brooklyn
    (718) 643-1825
    This location sells items to the general public.

    Help USA
    515 Blake Ave Brooklyn, NY 11207
    (718) 922-0783
    Offers assistance to low income families and the homeless. Programs include job training and domestic violence shelters, book, backpacks and other free school supplies.

    The Salvation Army
    Location – 22 Quincy St.
    Brooklyn, NYC
    (718) 622-5686
    The corps center has a clothing closet and thrift store. Other services include a food pantry, limited financial help for energy bills, holiday meals, and aid for low income families and seniors.

    Manhattan

    Bowery Mission
    227 Bowery
    Call (212) 674-3456
    In order to receive clothing, school items, or other support a referral is required.

    Project Hospitality
    Location – 150 Amsterdam Ave.
    New York, NY 10023
    Call (212) 721-5879
    Case workers and staff provide a comprehensive continuum of care. The center provides food, clothing and shelter. Other self-sufficiency offered is education, vocational training, legal assistance, and transitional and permanent housing.

    Inwood House
    320 E 82nd St. New York, NY 10028
    (212) 861-4325
    Helps teens become self reliant, healthy adults, and may also have baby clothing for them.

    Cathedral Community Cares, Cathedral of St. John the Divine
    Address: 1047 Amsterdam Ave.
    (212) 316-7581
    Free professional clothes, such as skirts, suits, ties, and dress shirts are available if you have a referral. Other items are also located on site, such as shoes, socks, and standard attire.

    East 7th St. Baptist Church
    Main address – 205 E. 7th Street
    (212) 473-0044

    AIDS Service Center (ASC)
    41 E 11th St.  New York, NY 10003
    Call (212) 645-0875 for information.
    May have personal toiletry items.

    Ephesus 7th Day Adventist Church
    101 W. 123rd St. at Lenox Ave. (2nd door, ring bell)
    Call (212) 662-5536
    No referral is needed. 

    Holy Ghost Pentacostal Faith Church for all Nations
    13-15 E. 125th Street
    Main phone – (646) 873-0281

    East 7th Street Graffiti Church
    184 E. 7th street between Avenue B and C
    Call (212) 473-0044
    Offers casual clothing.

    Grace and Hope Mission
    114 3rd Avenue (14th)
    Dial (212) 982-1230

    Joseph House Catholic Worker
    36 East 1st Street
    Telephone number – (212) 254-1640

    Middle Collegiate Church
    50 East 7th Street Avenue
    (212) 477-0666. Hours are Wednesday 12pm – 3pm, Thursday

    St. John’s Lutheran Church
    1343 Fulton Avenue
    The clothing closet in only open on Tuesday and Wednesday.
    Phone – (718) 293-0300

    CHIPS Park Slope Christian Help, Inc.
    Location is 200 4th Avenue
    Main number – 718-237-2962

    Open Door Church of God in Christ – Outreach Ministry
    Primary address: 999 Green Avenue
    Telephone number – 718-455-3545

    Salvation Army Bay Ridge Community Center
    252 86th Street
    718-238-2991
    May have food, free school supplies, holiday programs such as the Angel Tree, and cash assistance for bills, rent, and medications.

    St. John the Baptist
    75 Lewis Avenue, Bed-Sty
    Call the center at (718) 455-6864 

    Angel Street Thrift Shop
    118 W 17th St
    New York
    (212) 229-0546
    Sells items to the general public.

    Salvation Army Thrift Store
    208 E 23rd St.
    New York, NYC
    (212) 532-8115
    Similar to most Salvation Army centers. Has an on site food pantry, thrift store, and may even be able to deliver meals or household supplies to the homebound. Free toys and gifts may be offered to children around Christmas. Or get information on government aid such as HEAP.

    New York City Rescue Mission
    90 Lafayette St. near Canal
    Call the center at (212) 226-6214 for intake.
    Meals, clothing, and more is offered for the homeless and very low income. The charity can also arrange shelter and short term transitional housing. The NYC Rescue Mission is the oldest location in the nation. It offers services such as spiritual hope, clothing, bedding, furniture, food and shelter. There are several offices in the various boroughs.

    St. John the Divine Crisis Center
    1047 Amsterdam Ave.
    (212) 316-7591
    Has clothing for children, babies, seniors, and women. A written referral is not needed, except if you need professional work clothes or uniforms.

    Cancer Care Thrift Shop
    1480 3rd Ave
    New York
    (212) 879-9868

    Housing Works Thrift Shops
    130 Crosby St.
    New York
    (646) 786-1200
    May sell gently used items such as couches, clothing, or household supplies, such as baby items.

    St. Paul the Apostle Church
    60th St. and Columbus Ave.
    Main phone – (212) 265-3209
    Clothing, shirts, shoes, and more is offered for children, women, and children.

    St. Paul’s House
    Main address is 335 W. 51st St.
    Telephone number is (212) 265-5433
    Note this charity only offers a  soup kitchen and food pantry. They no longer have clothes, but there may be referrals.

    St. Luke’s Lutheran
    308 West 46th Street
    Provides items only on the 1st Monday of each month
    Call ahead for an appointment – (212) 246-3540

    Metro Baptist Church
    410 West 40th Street
    Dial (212) 594-4464
    May have casual outerwear. Only operates during the winter, so they may have coats, boots, blankets, and more.

    Queens

    Godian Fellowship Church
    106-07 Guy R. Brewer Blvd.
    Telephone: (718) 523-7309
    Limited hours are Monday and Thursday, 11 am to 3 pm. Call for referrals, work uniforms, supplies, or clothes for your family. Donations and contributions are always welcome. 

    Bayside Thrift Shop Ltd
    14402 Northern Blvd
    Flushing in Queens
    Call (718) 460-4141

    Goodwill
    3236 Steinway St.
    Long Island City
    Phone number – (718) 932-0418
    Relies heavily on donations. It can provide children with winter coats or books, the homeless with a hot meal, and even has information on local job training programs.

    Staten Island

    Project Hospitality
    Address – 514 Bay Street
    Call – (718) 815-0800
    Assistance is offered for the homeless, unemployed, and people who are really struggling.

    Regional New York City clothing centers and charities

    St. John the Divine Cathedral – Community Cares
    Main address is 1047 Amsterdam Ave
    New York, NY 10025
    Telephone – (212) 316-7540
    The church provides an array of support services to the low income and those in need. Resources include a Crisis Center, free professional and emergency clothing, emergency food and a soup kitchen, a shelter for men, emergency food pantry, advocacy, training and intervention. Other items, while more limited, may be beds, household goods, bedding and linens, clothes, and equipment. Call (212) 316-7540.

    Baby Buggy
    Address 520 8th Ave #8  New York, NY 10018
    Phone number – (212) 736-1777
    The charity distributes donations of new or gently used baby clothes, products, or gear to nonprofit community partners. Those agencies then distribute the items directly to low-income and homeless families in the greater New York region.

    Furniture Distribution Program – (212) 306-3472
    The center delivers free, used household items and furniture to families who have come out of a shelter.

    Room to Grow offers assistance to mothers in poverty. It can provide them with essential provisions for their babies. Call the non-profit for clothing, toys, baby monitors, books, video/music tapes, blankets and bedding, bottles, teethers, bassinets, high chairs and strollers, baby carriers, swings, exersaucers, diaper bags, accessories. Phone (212) 620-7800

    Bottomless Closet 
    15 Pennsylvania Plaza
    New York, NY 10001
    Telephone – (212) 563-2499
    Economically disadvantaged and unemployed New York City women can get professional work or interview clothing. Job-preparedness training is also offered. 

    NYC Clothing Bank
    (718) 492-4015
    This non-profit works with local churches, shelter, soup kitchens and charities. They distribute new clothes and merchandise to these organizations, when then distribute the items to the needy.

    Dress for Success
    Location – 32 E 31st St # 602  New York, NY 10016
    (212) 684-3611
    The focus is on women who are looking for a job. The charity provides interview suits, confidence boosts and career development skills.

    Career Gear
    120 Broadway
    New York, NY 10271
    Call (212) 577-6190
    Men can receive interview clothing, motivation and follow-up , as well as free job training, resume review, and other aid.

    Bloomingdale School of Music
    Phone – (212) 663-6021
    The center offers music instruction and maybe even instruments to underprivileged children and adults.

    Housing Works, Inc.
    Main address – 743 E 9th St.
    New York, NY 10009
    (212) 677-7999 or (347) 473-7400 
    Supports AIDs patients in the boroughs. The center will distribute donations of clothing, shoes, jewelry , accessories, basic art and furniture.

    Neighborhood Coalition for Shelter (NCS)
    157 E 86th St
    New York, NY 10128
    Dial (212) 537-5080
    May have some basic needs for the homeless, such as socks, underwear, toothbrushes, soap, hygiene kits. Will also work with them in finding shelter and permanent housing.

Virginia Clothing Resources

  • Working Men’s Closet – Free professional clothing to prepare for an interview or work. Referral is needed from your pastor, Social Services, case manager. Clothing donations also accepted: clean, pressed, gently used pants, dress shirts, golf shirts, ties, belts, suits & jackets. Located at at Anchor Thrift Store 123 Battlefield Blvd. (near the locks) Chesapeake, VA 23320.
  • Women Giving Back offers free clothing to families in Northern Virginia.
  • MORE For a list of other clothing resources in the Virgina area visit ABBAlist.com at http://www.abbalist.com/clothes.htm

Other Clothing Resources

  1. Craigs List – find your area then click on free and you can get a lot of free items you may need. 
  2. Freecycle – share clothing ,  formula , baby food , food in general , furniture, books , dishes , cameras , computer accessories , and so so much more.

MORE TO COME….

 

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Comments

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  13. Debra Laughead says:

    Needing help with jeans, tennis shoes and t-shirts. I’m unemployed and I have gone to clothing banks what we have here and they are limited of donations and they either have small sizes or way to big 15 in jeans are so hard to find and really needing help with clothes can someone help

  14. I am 42 years old and recently unemployed after 11 years. I live in a 2 bedroom apartment. My 21 year old daughter and 9 month grandson just had to move in with my 12 year old daughter and 15 year old son. Things are truly difficult. I was told today I had until tomorrow to pay 1300 or they will be here Monday to move our things. I haven’t been able to do school clothes at all this year. My daughter is wearing my sneakers to school. Heartbreaking. So much red tape trying to get assistance. I’ve been told I didn’t qualify. Someone please help!

  15. Hi I’m a single mom of Irish triplets almost 6 yr old b/g twins and almost 5 yr old girl. They have grown out of their clothes so quickly. My son wears size 7/8 boy clothes and size 1 shoes. My daughters wear sizes 9/10 girls shirts and 10/12 girls pants. I could also personally use a real winter jacket (as I have a sweat shirt hoodie now) professional dress shoes black flats size 10.5 w or 11’s. I’m also trying to locate if there are agencies that assist with vehicle type booster seats. Thank you.

  16. I am a 37 yr old mother of three boys age 13 , 11 and one yr six months ,I live in south africa I am unemployed and in need of second hand clothing for my kids and my self.I struggle a lot .please help me . Thank you in advance

  17. Maedean Begaye says:

    I have 2 boys 15 and 13 years and need of help with clothes and shoes. So please help me…

  18. I am a 50 yr of mom with a 12 yr old boy. All I’m asking for is winter shoes this yr. Please help us get them.

  19. Tytiaunna Johnson says:

    HI, my name is Tytiaunna and I live in Des Moines, Ia and go to North High School. I am nominated to be Homecoming Queen. I can’t believe the opportunity has come to me, but I’d love to be able to take advantage of it! 🙂
    I seen that you do Prom Dresses which I really can’t afford but the reason I’m writing you is to see if you help low income kids with dresses for Homecoming also. My Email is TytiaunnaJ@yahoo.com

  20. I need help for me and my bother for school. Call at 5185901900 or 5185903168

  21. I am a mother of 3 and right now is the hardest time of the year for me. Back to school. I have a 13 year old who wants all special clothes. My youngest two will wear anything..does anyone know of any places in New Jersey that help with clothing for kids.

  22. Need help says:

    I never thought that I would be asking for help but things have gotten so overwhelming with my health lately and tons added on that. I’m a 52 year old female on disability that just doesn’t cover bills let alone necessities. My car has broke down 3 times in the last month and a half and now sitting broke down again. In need of clothing and shoes my list could go on but I won’t do that. If anyone has any ideas I would be eternally grate full. I can’t even get to thrift store let alone afford that. Thank you in advance.

  23. Hi my name is magnolia.I recently lost my job and I need help for my kids school supplies and some clothing until I get a job

  24. I am in need of clothes for the whole family .I’m am living in a motel with three kids and my husband. I am having a hard time with clothes for school work and ect can you please help me . it’s hard to get around with no transportation

  25. jordann madden says:

    Does anybody know of anything to help in ohio. I’m a single mom with a one year old 5 year old, a full time college student, so things are tight right now. Anybody with any information let me know. Email is jordannmadden19@yahoo.com

  26. Maedean Begaye says:

    Hi my name is Maedean Begaye I have 2 boys a 15 year old and 13 year old and I need help with school clothes,shoes and don’t have enough money to buy them. I just went through my bankruptcy and lost my car too.so please anyone help me…

  27. I am a single fathet of an 11 year old w behavioral problems, ADHD, bipolar, defiant disorder and posible Aspbergers. I am unemployed right now. Please I need help w new clothing and shoes and supplies for this school year. Are there any agencies, department stores w open bag or slightly imperfected clothing they could donate to help me out in this dire situation.my son is just like any other child and would like to fit in without being made fun of.. i beg you is there anyone that can help without jumping through hoops????

  28. Hi I’m a single parent and I was wondering how do you get free baby clothes .

  29. Cindy Glasco says:

    Was wondering if you have any information on clothes for low income school kids in the Abilene Texas area.

  30. Stephanie cordell says:

    Hi my name is Stephanie I have two sons who are 9&6 for whom I need clothes for badly. Do you know where I could get some help?

  31. Hi my name is Xena and I am 17 and I really need clothes bad so I was wondering what I have to do to get Clothes. ?

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