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Free clothing closets, furniture, and school supplies Charleston SC area.

Get details on Charleston South Carolina area clothing closets and furniture banks that provide free items to low income families. The charities will have free stuff such as clothes, diapers, appliances and more. Many charities operate free furniture banks, provide laptops, couches or give school uniforms/supplies and more. Find free clothes or furniture across the area, including in Dorchester, Charleston SC and Berkeley County.

The furniture banks and clothing closets that are near you help the elderly, seniors, single mothers and disabled in the Tri-County area. They also provide support ranging from free clothes for work or school supplies to disaster assistance. Some will also help children during the Christmas season or give free birthday toys as well as kitchen or household appliances. Locate a free refrigerator program near you.

While the non-profits will generally pass out the items (as supplies and donations allow) some of the Charleston area clothing closets will give vouchers instead that families can use to pay for stuff. While the goal is to provide free clothes or household goods, such as personal hygiene items, some centers, such as thrift stores, sell the goods at low prices. This may be furniture for a home or apartment, beds, mattresses, and more. Also, a clothing center may have school supplies, uniforms or bookbags for students. The primary centers are below.

Organizations that giveaway free stuff in Charleston County SC area

Neighbors Together (formerly Tricounty Family Ministries Clothing Services)
Address -  2105 Cosgrove Ave, North Charleston, SC 29405. Main phone - (843) 747-1788
The charity support residents in all counties. There is clothing, holiday meals and Christmas gifts, pro bono legal aid, and hygiene items for work. More details on Tricounty Family Ministry Services.

Goose Creek United Methodist Church
142 Redbank Rd., Goose Creek, South Carolina 29445. For the clothing closet, call (843) 553-6842
There may be shoes, electronics, jeans, and a free food pantry. Free socks, underwear for the homeless, winter coats and other goods will be provided.




Community Impact for Christ - Old Fort Baptist Church
10505 Dorchester Rd., Summerville, SC 29485. For details, dial (843) 697-9504 or (843) 873-2283
School supplies, shoes for children, backpacks for school, and other items are available.

Pleasant Grove Baptist Church
Main address: 10360 HWY 78 East
Summerville, SC 29483
(843) 871-2362

Birthright of Charleston
1638 Ashley River Rd., Charleston, South Carolina 29407. Call - (843) 556-4403
Charleston area families can receive free maternity and baby clothes, diapers, counseling, and housing.

Seacoast Dream Center
5505 North Rhett Ave, Charleston, SC 29406. Dial (843) 375-1099
There is also a clothing closet in Mt. Pleasant. Donations are needed and passed out to the working poor.

Our Lady of Mercy - Community Outreach
Address - 1684 Brownswood Rd.
Johns Island, SC 29455
Dial (843) 559-4109
The charity will only help Johns, James, and Wadmalaw Island families. There are school supplies, GED preparation classes, medications, ESL classes, and a free clothes closet. Referrals are also offered from the benefit bank.

Celebration Station
1935 Reynolds Ave., North Charleston, South Carolina 29405. Call (843) 225-6603
They help the poor, low-income and people with no money. Get free clothes in North Charleston SC, sneakers, socks, underwear and other items from the charity.





Lowcountry Orphan Relief, Inc.
North Charleston, SC 29415
(843) 747-4099
Only helps abused and neglected kids in counties such as Dorchester or Charleston. The Just in Case program offers clothing for low income students when clothes get ruined or they are sick.

Salvation Army of Charleston County
Main address - 2135 Ashley River Rd., Charleston, SC 29414. Call (843) 763-9881 or (843) 804-9072
The non-profit has free back to school supplies, holiday help from Angel Tree, and a general clothing closet A low cost furniture bank is on site too. Free clothes for low-income families, a winter coat program, and other stuff is given away. They also run an after school program, household for fire victims, and financial aid on first come, served.

Dress for Success
Main address: 231643 Savannah Hwy #231, Charleston, SC 29407. Telephone - (843) 813-3362
Women, including single mothers, the homeless or unemployed, will get free work clothes as well as help with a job. Get dresses, uniforms for work, pantsuits, shoes and accessories from the Charleston SC area on the national non-profit. Read more on Dress for Success free clothes for women.

Free clothes or furniture Charleston County SCEast Cooper Community Outreach Programs
1145 Six Mile Rd., Mount Pleasant, South Carolina 29466. Phone - (843) 849-9220
They support both Berkeley and Charleston County families. Financial aid for medications and utilities is combined with clothing for an interview, GED classes, and even a dental clinic. There is a free clothing closet with some small furniture items and other stuff. Other items from the Mt. Pleasant charity are wide ranging.

Lowcountry Furniture Bank
1643-B Savannah Highway #298, Charleston, SC 29407. Dial  (843) 532-0395
Donated items are given to the needy. Gently used furniture, couches, beds, electronics, TVs, kitchen supplies and many other goods from the free furniture bank. Low-income families in Charleston County SC region can get furniture for a home, appliances, and other household stuff.

Goodwill Industries of Lower South Carolina
2150 Eagle DR
Charleston, SC 29406
(843) 566-0072
They run several thrift stores in the low country. So items are sold at a low price. There may be furniture, Christmas toys or games, clothing, kitchen utensils, and professional work attire. They also offer career counseling, computers, and job training in Charleston. Goodwill also runs the Golden Angel Tree Program for seniors. This is a Christmas assistance program and gives them basic necessities, toiletries, blankets, and more.

  • Some of the locations are North Charleston 8730 Dorchester Rd. North Charleston; Mt. Pleasant Sea Island Shopping Center 1220-A Ben Sawyer Blvd Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464; Summerville 222 Old Trolley Road Summerville, SC 29483; James Island 936 Folly Rd. James Island, SC 29412, and there are also centers in Goose Creek and Moncks Corner.

Lowcountry Pregnancy Center
7481 Northside Dr., Suites B & C, North Charleston, SC 29420. Call (843) 553-3505
Only helps pregnant women and single parents. Another site is at 1106-B St. Andrews Blvd., Charleston, SC 29407, dial (843) 225-3010.
There may be diapers, free maternity clothes, cribs, and some other furniture for babies or new moms.




Neighborhood House
77 America St.
Charleston, South Carolina 29403
Cal (843) 723-7784.
Programs are only for 29401 and 29403 zip code.

My Sister's House
North Charleston, SC 29415
(843) 744-3242
Baby clothing, diapers, and more is from the clothing bank.

Rural Mission, Inc.
3429 Camp Care Rd.
Johns Island, SC 29455
Phone - (843) 768-1720
The non-profit has School Supplies, Clothing for the homeless and underemployed, and Household Goods for low income residents. There is also free stuff for the poor, low income and others. A free furniture bank is on site too which may have couches, appliances such as refrigerators or dishwashers, and other goods.

Davis Veterans Service
2326 Corabelle Ave.
North Charleston, South Carolina 29405
Phone: (843) 609-7664
Free vouchers for clothing or food are offered. Applicants need to meet income levels and be a veteran in the state.


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