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Camden County free clothing closets, school supplies and furniture banks.

Working poor families can get help from free furniture banks and clothing closets across Camden County New Jersey. Clients of the charities may be given free back to school supplies or backpacks, diapers, furniture for a home or apartment, winter or work clothes, year round goods, and so much more. The centers can provide some of the goods a low income family will need in an effort to help them achieve self-sufficiency. The resources available range from clothes to household goods in an effort to help families make ends meet.

The non-profits will provide these items, for free or at a low cost, as well as case management. The goal is to give a hardworking family or child clothes or the supplies they need for school so they can improve their overall prospects for stability. Then, once this has occurred, they can even use a clothing closet or Camden County thrift store to purchase everything from furniture to diapers or Christmas toys. Emergency furniture programs will also help struggling families furnish a house or apartment with beds, appliances, and more. So many different programs are administered by these non-profit organizations, or find other free stuff for low income households.

Camden County Council On Economic Opportunity
Address is 900 Broadway
Camden, NJ, 08103
(856) 365 - 8989
Many resources are offered for low income families and those in poverty. There is a Urban Women's Center and Job Readiness, both of which may have free work clothes or educational support. There are also free bus tickets, a career closet for women's clothing, uniforms (for work or school), child care, and referrals to school supply programs.

Camden County Women's Center
PO Box 1459
Blackwood, New Jersey, 08012
Dial (856) 227 – 1234
Case management, free clothes and food, legal aid, and other basic needs are met.




Camden Rescue Mission
1634 Broadway
Camden, New Jersey, 08104
(856) 966 – 2495
The very low income and homeless can receive clothing. Other items at the location, which is also a thrift store, may range from furniture to appliances and Christmas toys. There are sleeping bags and blankets for the homeless, beds or sofas for the working poor, and so much more.

Catholic Charities Diocese of Camden - Free furniture warehouse
2818 River Rd
Camden, NJ, 08105
Telephone - (856) 342 – 4100
Another site is at 1845 Haddon Ave, Camden, NJ, 08103, dial (856) 342 - 4193
Whether free clothes for work or school, backpacks or bookbags for students, pregnancy or immigrant assistance, the Catholic Charity church provides support. The furniture bank - warehouse also has many items, like tables, electronics, pots and pans and so much more.

Family Service & Community Center at St. Joe's
2907 Federal St
Camden, New Jersey, 08105
Telephone - (856) 342 – 4193
Camden Family working poor families can receive everything from referrals to financial aid to free clothes, shelter, or transportation.





Clementon Family Success Center
Address is 180 White Horse Pike
Clementon, New Jersey, 08021
(856) 309 - 1019
Information, referrals to medical care, and a clothing closet are some of the programs run. There are items for children or the unemployed, including winter coats, boots, and jackets. Skills training is also available in Camden County.

Salvation Army in Camden
A wide variety of free items, financial aid, and social services are offered. There is a free back to school supply and uniform giveaway, furniture to replace those struck by a crisis, a free food pantry, and Christmas toys from Angel Tree. Case workers help the struggling and low income. Find more on Salvation Army assistance programs Camden County.

Cuddle Me Program - Diaper Bank
926 Haddonfield Rd
Cherry Hill, NJ, 08002
(856) 203 – 2100
Low income parents and/or single moms can receive diapers, formula, wipes, free clothing, and much more.

Lutheran Social Ministries of New Jersey
523 Stevens St
Camden, NJ, 08103
(856) 963 - 0857
A free furniture bank, food pantry, and clothing closet are all on site.

New Visions Homeless Day Shelter
(856) 963 – 0857
Job training is combined with emergency needs such as clothes, food, and hygiene items including soap.

Respond program known as Providing Assistance to the Homeless (Path)
Address is 816-820 N Fifth St
Camden, NJ, 08102
(856) 365 - 6597





Samaritan Healthcare & Hospice
Location - 33 Haddon Ave
Westmont, New Jersey, 08108
Phone number is (856) 240 – 7248
A low cost thrift store will sell purses, men's, women's, and children's clothing,  jewelry, shoes, and other items.


By Jon McNamara


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