Fairfax Virginia free clothing closets and thrift stores.

Clothing closets in Fairfax County Virginia provide the low income and needy with a number of resources. While the availability will depend heavily on donations and contributions from the community, clients can often receive free clothes, baby items, diapers, cribs, and more. Some of the goods will be provided for free and others are sold for low prices.

Families and individuals can turn to the non-profits and churches referenced below. Many are open very limited hours. The Fairfax locations do their best to not turn anyone away from receiving what they need, however as indicated the availability of resources is limited.

Call a center for information on some of the following. Work clothing, including uniforms, dresses, pant suits, and more. Some locations will have free school supplies such as backpacks, Christmas assistance, and other holiday goods. Furniture, small appliances and other household goods may also be occasionally offered.

Committee for Helping Others
Location is 133 Park St. NE
Vienna, Virginia 22180
Call (703)-281-7614
The non-profit provides families and individuals with free emergency clothing, linens and other household goods on a case by case basis. Services are offered for the low income and needy.

Homestretch, Inc.
303 South Maple Avenue
Falls Church, VA 22046
Call (703)237-2035
The facility relies on donations from the community. They will then be sold or redistributed to the low income, children, and the needy in Fairfax County. Items provided included grooming accessories, office supplies, cleaning products, linens, furniture, gift cards, ESL materials, and more. 703-237-2035.

 

 

 

Northern Virginia Family Service
Location is 2860 Annandale Road
Falls Church, VA 22042
Main number is (703)-237-1910
The non-profit offers a number of assistance programs. This includes new and slightly used clothing, small household items, collectibles and much more.

FACETS
10640 Page Avenue
Fairfax, Virginia 22030
Call (703)352-5090

James Mott Community Assistance Program, or JMCAP
Main address is 11215 Lee Highway
Fairfax, Virginia 22030
Dial (703)591-1600
If you need clothes for an interview or new job, then JMCAP runs a clothing closet to meet those needs.

Borromeo Housing, Inc.
Location is 3304 North Washington Boulevard
Arlington, VA 22201
Dial (703)841-0139
The organization provides child and baby items including, but not limited to, formula, clothes, food, toys, diapers, and other small baby items for families in need. Pregnant mothers may get help too, including clothing, cribs, and more. Resources are limited.

The Church at Clarendon
1210 N. Highland St.
Arlington, VA 22201
(703)525-6116

Pender Outreach Center
12410 Alder Woods Drive
Fairfax, Virginia 22033
Main phone number is (703)378-8023
Goods can be sold or donated to the low income and poor. Can include clothing, small appliances, household goods, and even furniture.

 

 

 

 

The Closet of the Greater Herndon Area, Inc.
845 Station Street
Herndon, Virginia 20170
Call (703)437-7652
Infants, adults, and others can get low cost or free items. The non-profit charity, often working with local churches, will also arrange free clothing for the needy by referral from government social service agencies, or nonprofit congregations.

Ecumenical Community Helping Others-ECHO
Main address is 7205 Old Keene Mill Road
Springfield, VA 22150
Call the center at (703)569-9160 for hours.
Not only may this center have clothing, but limited financial assistance can be provided too. Applicants will need to meet with a counselor and meet all program requirements.

Western Fairfax Christian Ministries
Chantilly, Virginia 20151
Main phone number is (703)988-9656

Koinonia Foundation, Inc.
6037 Franconia Road
Alexandria, VA 22310
(703)971-1991
This non-profit offers free, donated or gently used clothing to the needy, low income and others in the Franconia region. Special seasonal programs are offered too. For example, in August the center offers children free back to school supplies and brand new clothing.

Northern Virginia Family Service
6031 Centreville Crest Lane
Centreville, Virginia 20121
Main number is (703)803-3337
The non-profit agency provides small household items, new and slightly used clothing, personal hygiene items. Volunteers and donations are always needed too.

 

 

 

HomeAid Northern Virginia
Location is 20 Export Drive
Sterling, VA 20164-4421
Main number is (571)-283-6320

Groveton Baptist Church
6511 Richmond Highway
Alexandria, VA 22306
This particular church provides free, gently used clothing to individuals and families. In addition, as supplies allow the center will also offer some household linens/curtains.

 

 

 

 

 

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