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Free furniture and clothing banks or school supplies Butler County Ohio.

Free as well as discounted clothes or back to school items as well as furniture are available at non-profits as well as charities in Butler County. There are a number of clothing closets run by churches, charities, or other social service agencies that give out free stuff. Not only may basic needs be given to struggling families, but staff will also direct clients to everything from back to school supply programs to job placement, free furniture banks, kitchen appliance or repair programs, or places to obtain professional work attire.

It is important to note that the hours as well as availability of resources will vary by location. Some of the clothing distribution centers will also only focus on a city, such as Hamilton, while others support all of Butler County Ohio. When it comes to resources, what may be provided includes, but is not limited too, the following.

  • -Low cost furniture, household goods, kitchen items, and household stuff from thrift stores.
  • -Free clothes for work, winter coats for children, and job interviews.
  • -Children in Butler County from low income families can given school items or supplies, including backpacks, tablets, chromebooks, laptops, uniforms, jackets, sneakers and more.
  • -Regional furniture banks give out items such as free beds, kitchen appliances or utensils, tables, lamps, dressers, bunk-beds, couches, TV, electronics and other goods in Butler County.

Salvation Army Of Middletown, Breiel Boulevard
Address is 4440 Marie Drive
Middletown, OH 45044
Call (513) 424-2936
A clothing closet and thrift store is open to Butler County families. There is also an annual back to school supply program for students from kindergarten to high school. The non-profit also offers case management as well as shelter. Basic needs provided from the center include free winter coats as well as school supplies for students, uniforms, book bags, blankets, Christmas toys, and referrals to public aid. Continue with free Salvation Army basic needs in Butler County.

New Life Baptist Mission
415 Henry Street
Hamilton, Ohio 45011
Telephone number is (513) 896-9800
Free clothes are offered to individuals, low income families, the elderly in Hamilton and Fairfield Ohio.




Serve City
Address is 622 East Avenue
Hamilton, Ohio 45011
(513) 737-9701
The public needs to pay money for clothes. Those clients that live in the shelter or given free items.

Faith Community United Methodist Church
Location is 8230 Cox Road
West Chester, OH 45069
(513) 777-9533
The non-profit may have free baby or infant clothing, winter attire, and general items. The church may also offer referrals to food pantries in Butler County, offer applications to LIHEAP, and more.

Hamilton Living Water Ministry
510 South Eighth Street
Hamilton, OH 45011
(513) 894-9892
The Neighborhood Center enrolls individuals into classes such as adult literacy, GED training, tutoring, and more. Other resources include holiday programs, boots or hats for winter, toiletry items, as well as free diapers.

Butler County Family Resource Center
A number of low income assistance programs are offered by the center. They include a free furniture bank (referrals) as well as food and clothing bank. Single moms, the poor, disabled, and low income among others can get help, ranging from educational supplies to clothes, furniture for a home or apartment, winter jackets, and other goods. There is even financial help, food, housing and other resources. More on Family Resource Center in Butler County.

Reach Out Lakota
6561 Station Road
West Chester, Ohio 45071
Main phone - (513) 779-7515
The free clothing bank has housewares, clothes, educational supplies, and more.

Robert Sonny Hill Jr Community Center
Main address: 800 Lafayette Avenue
Middletown, OH 45044
(513) 425-7866
A program known as PRC - The Parent Resource Center (PRC) is for children under the age of 5. There may be infant formula for single moms, wipes and diapers, parenting classes, and information on financial aid.





Ohio Valley Goodwill Industries Rehabilitation Center
4605 Dixie Highway - Fairfield Crossings
Fairfield, OH 45014
Call (513) 939-0020
A thrift store is open to the community.

Middletown First Church of Nazarene
215 S. Sutphin St
Middletown, oh 45044
The non-profit does a once a month big giveaway. It is held every 2nd Saturday or every month. 9am-11am.  The distribution site bank has clothing sizes newborn-adult plus. The center will also have shoes and baby supplies, and everything provided is given out for free. In addition to the giveaway, the clothing bank also offers emergency services for examples such as people recovering from a fire, foster parents, and more.

New Life Furniture Bank
This charity has free, gently used furniture. Staff as well as volunteers both (1) pick up items from people who are donating it as well as (2) deliver the furniture to low income households and the needy in Butler County. New Life will help the formerly homeless, elderly, disabled, and households in poverty. There are beds, TVs, dish washers, kitchen tables, utensils, washing machines, refrigerators, chairs, and so much more. They support Butler County and other area. Call (513) 313-0530.

626 Ridgelawn Avenue
Hamilton, Ohio 45013
For information, dial (513) 867-9463
They give out free stuff, including clothes, small household furniture or appliance items and more.

One Way Farm
Location is 6131 River Road
Fairfield, Ohio 45014
(513) 829-3276
A thrift shop raised money by selling furniture, bedding, and more. All items sold are used to pay for the services at One Way Farm.

By Jon McNamara














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