Anne Arundel County free clothing closets and thrift stores.

Clothing closets in Anne Arundel County not only provide free clothes or vouchers, but they also arrange other support for low income families. Many of the locations, which tend to be charity agencies, also refer clients to other assistance programs in the area. This may include free back to school supply drives, food pantries, or programs that help with employment needs.

Some of the centers will offer free items to the needy and low income, and this is a focus of the clothing banks. Other distribution centers in Anne Arundel County will sell goods to residents, and that is a focus of the thrift stores. Whether a resident qualifies for one or the other will depend on their income.

Find the places to turn to for clothes, furniture, household goods, or school supplies below. They assist everyone from single moms to the homeless that are seeking a winter jacket to keep warm.

Lutheran Mission Society - Annapolis Compassion Center
Address is 230 West Street
Annapolis MD 21401
The charity serves the needy. Everything from clothing (such as winter coats, boots, and school uniforms) to financial aid and food is available. There are also eyeglass vouchers, baby supplies, and other basic needs. The charity helps the vulnerable regardless of religion.

United Way Community Partnership of Anne Arundel County
They coordinate charity run programs in the community. One focus is on helping children under the age of 8 prepare for school. They also operate clothing banks and government grant programs. Dial  866-799-8779 for referrals.

The Homeless Resource and Day Center
514 N. Crain Highway
Glen Burnie, MD 21061
Phone number is 410-863-4888
The homeless and people behind on their rent can get help. Personal hygiene items are available from the clothing closet. There is also a shower, a computer for job searching, winter coats, and free professional work attire. Children of the homeless can be given free school backpacks, notebooks, and other supplies.

 

 

 

 

Christian Assistance Program clothing closets
Several churches make up this charity. A clothing closet is open two days per week. There is also food, holiday meals, and more. Call 410-674-3162.
Severn United Methodist Church, 1215 Old Camp Meade Rd., Severn, Maryland
Nichols Bethel, 1239 Murray Rd, Odenton, MD

Food Bank of Anne Arundel County
Crownsville, MD 21032
For information, dial 410-923-4255
There may be baby supplies, cribs, and donated appliances. Other programs include free clothing for families in poverty.

Glen Burnie Seventh Day Adventist
Address: 510 Aquahart Rd.
Glen Burnie, MD 21061
Phone number is 410-760-9172

H.O.P.E.
329 Double Eagle Drive
Linthicum Heights, Maryland 21090-2729
Phone: 410-859-1297
Basic supplies including clothes, school supplies, furniture for a new home, and other goods are available in Anne Arundel County.

Severna Park Assistance Network (SPAN)
Address: 400 Benfield Rd.
Severna Park, MD 21146
Phone: 410-647-0889
The non-profit only supports Severna Park and surrounding areas. There is a thrift store on site.

 

 

 

 

The Church at Severn Run
Address: 8187 Telegraph Rd.
Severn, MD 21144
Phone: 410-551-6654

Christian Workers of Annapolis
Location is 1340 Fishing Creek Road
Annapolis, Maryland 21403
Phone: 410-263-8754
Volunteers and donations are used. There is clothing, spiritual guidance, Christmas food or toys, and other free items.

Gospel Assembly Church
Main address is 3555 4th St.
Brooklyn Park, MD 21225
Phone: 410-354-2770

Helping Hand
82 Clay Street, Annapolis, MD 21401
Telephone number: 410-535-4041
Programs help with food, shelter, furniture, kitchen appliances, and clothing.

 

 

 

Annapolis Mothers of Multiples Club
P.O. Box 372
Arnold, MD 21012-0372
Phone: 410-647-3859
A focus is on moms (including single mothers). They can be given maternity clothes, information on low cost cribs, toys, and more. As the kid ages school supplies are also given, including shoes or boots.

American Red Cross
Anne Arundel County victims of natural and man-made disasters can call for help. Shelter, replacement clothing, household furnishings, and medical equipment may be given. They only help in a disaster. Dial 10-624-2000.

 

 

 

 

 

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