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Denver free clothes, furniture, school supplies and clothing closets.

The entire Denver Colorado metro area is supported by a number of free clothing closets, charities, and organizations. They give stuff such as free furniture, diapers, clothes, back to school supplies as well as many other basic needs to the low income. The items distributed will vary greatly based on donations as well as seasons. This can include free clothes for babies and pregnant moms, free birthday toys, back to school supplies for kids in counties including Denver or Jefferson (and other regions), household goods, hygiene items, affordable furniture, and Christmas assistance.

While most of the agencies will try to provide the items for free, some centers may resort to selling gently used goods at a low cost. People of all ages and genders can receive help and applicants come from all nearby counties, including Jefferson, Adams and many others. They will also try to provide clothing for activities that can lead to self-sufficiency. So this means people who are going on an interview or starting a new job can get professional work attire. Children and students can get free school supplies, winter coats and uniforms. Or a low income family moving into a home or apartment can get free beds, tables, or other furniture. A number of other assistance programs are offered in Denver as well.

Birthline, Inc. of Colorado
Address - 2346 Gilpin St
Denver, CO 80205
Call - (303) 832-2858
Clients and families with a referral can receive children, baby, and maternity clothing. Social service agencies can provide those referrals. Free or low cost clothing, outfits, shoes, and more is available for children up to the age of 14. Diapers, formula, and other items may be provided to newborns as well. There are also more places to try to get diapers for free.

Clothes To Kids of Denver, Inc.
2890 S Colorado Blvd, Unit 15-P
Denver, Colorado 80222
Main number is (720) 379-4630
The program they run is known as Clothe a Child and Change a Life. This is offered year round and will help parents shop for gently used goods. If the child is in school, then free school or educational supplies, uniforms, shoes, and winter coats may be given out too.




Denver Rescue Mission
Main address - 1130 Park Ave West, Denver, Colorado 80205, (303) 294-0157. A second location is at 3501 E 46th Ave, Denver, CO, 80216. Telephone number is (303) 297-1815.
Limited amounts of clothing and hygiene items are provided to men, women, and children in need. Gently used clothing can be received once every two weeks. The non-profit serves the entire region, including Douglas and  Jefferson.

Free Furniture Bank - PRC Colorado (Providers' Resource Clearinghouse)
14500 E 33rd Pl
Aurora, CO 80011
(303) 962-2270
All sorts of free furniture and household goods may be offered. Beds, couches, tables, kitchen utensils, small appliances, summer fans and much more.

Senior Support Services
Address - 846 E 18th Ave
Denver, CO 80218
(303) 832-1622
Seniors facing a crisis can receive help, including meals, referrals, information on health care, and of course clothing. Medical equipment may be offered too.

Salvation Army Centers
There are a few in Denver and nearby counties. Each will have a low cost family store. They also have giveaway programs, and those include free school items (pens, notebooks, bags, shoes), birthday and Christmas toys, winter coats for kids or seniors and more. Financial aid, shelter, furniture, free groceries and rent help is also given. Find Salvation Army social services in Denver.





Servicios de la Raza, Inc.
Main location is 4055 Tejon St
Denver, Colorado 80211
Main number is (303) 458-5851
Provides babies clothes for immigrants and others, with a focus on newborns.

Volunteers of America
Address of non-profit is 2877 Lawrence St
Denver, CO 80205
Main number is (303) 297-0408
A focus is on helping people find a job and housing. Apply for clothing, shoes, household items and personal hygiene products. Clothing, free suits, and dresses may be offered for people on an interview or starting a new job. Operation School Bell also gives kids school supplies, clothes, and other goods they need.

Broadway Assistance Center (BAC)
Address of clothing closet - 1212 Mariposa St
Denver, CO 80204
(303) 893-4108

Dress for Success Denver
Address is 1510 N. High St 2nd Floor
Denver, Colorado 80218
Phone - (303) 832-1889
If you are looking for a job, or starting a new one, every Dress for Success client in the Denver region receives one suit for a job interview. If you get the job, additional work clothes may be offered.

Rising Star Missionary Baptist Church
1500 South Dayton Street
Denver, Colorado 80247
Call - (303) 752-0546

Sharing and Caring Ministries
3739 Downing St.
Denver, CO, 80205
Telephone - (303) 295-2102
Low income can receive clothing, school supplies, access to affordable or free furniture, and even Christmas assistance.

Men@Work and Women@Work Clothing Closets - DenverWorks, Inc.
2828 N Speer Blvd
Denver, Colorado, 80211
(303) 433-0300
If you are seeking employment, then meet with a case manager and also get access to professional clothing.





Community Ministry
1755 S Zuni St
Denver, CO, 80223
Main number: (303) 935-3428

Power Invasion Ministries
455 South Platte River Drive
Denver, CO, 80223
(303) 455-5622
Call for hours of the clothing bank.

Macedonia Baptist Church
3240 Adams St.
Denver, Colorado, 80205
Telephone - (303) 377-8821

Christ's Body Ministries
Address: 850 Lincoln St.
Denver, CO 80203
(303) 860-1272
The charity will offer free or low cost clothing for men, children and women along with hygiene items. Covers the entire Denver metro area, including the county of  Arapahoe.

Saint Anthony of Padua - Saint Vincent de Paul Society
3801 W Ohio Ave, Denver, CO, 80219
Phone - (303) 935-2431
A leading social service organization. Clothing, holiday assistance, food, baby formula, and even funds for emergency bills (heating and rent) may be offered. Furniture and household goods may be offered too. A number of churches work with St. Vincent as well.
Another location is at 6260 E Colfax, Denver, CO, 80220, (303) 388-3315. Or read more on St. Vincent de Paul programs in Denver.

Holy Ghost Social Ministry Office
Main location is 1900 California St.
Denver, Colorado 80202
Main phone - (303) 297-3441
Some items offered include hats and gloves (November-March), socks (year-round), personal care items (razors, soap, shampoo, toothbrushes and paste), work uniforms and tools and assistance to obtain eye glasses. Also call the non-profit for referrals for meal sites, food pantries, clothing closets, shelters, mental health assistance, and other medical services.





Riverside Baptist Church
2401 Alcott St.
Denver, CO, 80211
(303) 433-8665

The Arc of Colorado
The non-profit runs a thrift store that offers low cost clothing, appliances and furniture for persons in the metro Denver area.
1515 S Broadway, Denver, Colorado, 80210, (303) 777-3703
7485 E Iliff Ave, Denver, CO, 80231, call 303) 752-2731
255 S Hooker St, Denver, CO, 80219, (303) 936-4371

Riverside Baptist Church
2637 W 23rd Ave
Denver, Colorado 80211
Call (720) 855-0505 for intake.
Gently used furniture as well as clothes (including winter hats, boots, etc.) may be passed out. A low cost thrift store and vouchers are also on site.

Lowry Family Center
4800 Telluride St, Denver, CO, 80249
Call (303) 307-0718
They provide referrals and information to free clinics, clothes closets, food banks, and more in Denver and Douglas County.

Baby Bud's
168 Federal Blvd
Denver, CO, 80219
(303) 293-0014
Runs a thrift store that specializes in baby and toddler clothing, maternity goods and equipment. They may even have car seats.

Developmental Disabilities Services
4055 S Lowell Blvd
Denver, Colorado 80236
(303) 866-7467

Assistance League of Denver
Main location: 1400 Josephine St
Denver, CO, 80206
(303) 322-5205
Offers students and children new clothing at no cost. It is offered for children in elementary or middle school, and who attend the Denver Public School System.





Gabriel Project
1341 Oneida St.
Denver, Colorado 80022
Telephone: (303) 377-1577
The agency may have diapers and wipes, clothing, and more for babies.


By Jon McNamara

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