The clothing banks below accept donations year round and also provide assistance to low to moderate income families. There is help available for people of all ages. There are programs that provides children with free school supplies and clothes. Project Bundle-Up provides winter attire for children in need. Other resources may be available based on the applicant’s need and income level.
The Franklin Center is just one of many distribution locations for local charities. They will often require income, residency, age, and need information from individuals. Items will be given out to those who come first and will be served in the order that they arrive. If the clothing closet cannot help, referrals may be given.
Clothes can be given for free to people who need them for work, seasonal assistance, interviews, nursing jobs, construction work, leisure, sportswear, or maternity. Other supplies that may be needed are diapers, soap, or household cleaning supplies. There is a wide variety of free items available for working poor families.
The Aliquippa Service Center of the Salvation Army provides clothing, supplies and seasonal programs for people in Beaver County, Pennsylvania. For more information, call 724-378-0875. In addition to free uniforms, back to school supplies, warm hats and boots from Bundle-Up, they also have toys available.
The Salvation Army has a Beaver Falls Service Center that helps people in need. The address is 414 Sixteenth Street, Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania, 15010, or the phone number is 724-846-2330. The Rochester Service Center is located at 378 Jefferson Street, Rochester, Pennsylvania, 15074. You can contact them by phone at 724-774-8335. Some of the websites listed below have information on thrift stores or clothing banks in your area.
No Square Pants Children’s Clothing is a non-profit that helps children from families in or near poverty. They are located at 1199 Third Avenue in New Brighton, PA, 15066. You can call them at 724-378-7547. There is an organization that is giving away free winter coats for families, children’s clothing, boots, and other items.
The Professional Outfitters and Variety Shoppe is a clothing bank that provides work attire for people in need. The store is located at 1035 Third Avenue in New Brighton, PA, 15066. The phone number for the store is 724-846-2000. Different types of clothing that are worn for work, such as uniforms, boots, hardhats, work gloves, suits, and dresses.
The Franklin Center of Beaver County is a professional outfitters store that sells clothing and other gear for outdoor activities.
The Aliquippa Service Center of Project Bundle-Up is providing winter outerwear to those in need. The center is located at 514 Franklin Avenue in Aliquippa, PA, 150017. The phone number to reach them is 724-378-0875. There are free hats, gloves, boots, jackets, and more. Many winter clothes are given to children and seniors.
Catholic Charities of Beaver County is located at 267 East End Avenue in Beaver, PA. The phone number is 724-775-0758. The church provides community resources such as diapers, clothes and toys for children, Christmas gifts, baby formula, and other items. The Loving Heart Holiday Tree is a regional holiday program that helps people in need during the holidays. Catholic Charities in Beaver County is a nonprofit organization that provides social services to the community. They offer a variety of services such as food pantries, soup kitchens, and counseling services. They also have a thrift store that sells donated items.
The Tower of Hope is a place where you can get baby clothes, cribs, car seats, and more. The address is 315 Eighth Street, New Brighton, Pennsylvania, 15066724-544-4894. Parenting classes are also available for single parents.
They also have a ReStore location which is a thrift store for Habitat for Humanity of Beaver County. The ReStore is located at 47 Bridge Street in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania and their phone number is 724-843-7939. Beaver County residents can find affordable items for their home or any other need they have.