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Free clothing, furniture banks, and school supplies Detroit and Wayne County.

Non-profits, churches, and charities in Wayne County and the Detroit MI area giveaway free clothes, back to school supplies, furniture and other stuff to low income families. Or free vouchers are passed out for everything from work or school uniforms to diapers, appliances, couches, beds for a home and winter coats. Find a free clothing closet or furniture bank near you in the Detroit Michigan area.

The thrift stores, furniture banks and free clothing closets depend heavily on donations and that will really determine what is available. Some of the programs are seasonal too and can include free birthday presents for kids, back to school supplies, or maybe goods and clothing for newborns or babies. There are also charities that giveaway free appliances in Wayne and Oakland County, including fridges, washers, dryers or computers. Many of the charities also provide free winter hats, gloves, boots, sample products and other stuff. Or look here for free samples of products.

Or use a free furniture bank in the Detroit area. Get a bed, kitchen table, free couch, desktop computer, kitchen table, appliances, or other household furniture or stuff. The goal is to keep the vulnerable or single mothers, including kids and senior citizens, warm as well as safe. Some of the leading centers in Wayne County Michigan are below.

Where to get free household stuff, clothes and furniture in Detroit MI area

Lighthouse Home Mission - Full Gospel Temple
34033 Palmer Rd, Westland, MI 48186. Call (734) 326-3333
May have gently used clothing, linens, winter coats and other basic needs.

Christ Church Of Redford
14350 Wormer, Redford, MI 48239. Phone: (313) 534-3462
Provides clothing to families and individuals in need of help.

Trinity Community Presbyterian Church
4849 W Outer Dr., Detroit, MI 48235. Main phone number is (313) 342-2288
The non-profit distributes donated clothing, groceries, and household goods to individuals, children, and single parents who are in emergency situations.




Community Assistance Program
5027 W Boston Blvd., Detroit, MI 48204. Phone - (313) 834-6633
Offers free or low cost clothing to individuals in need. Applicants can only receive service from this particular non-profit at most once every three months. They offer emergency financial help from government grants, free vouchers to pay for work attire (suits, etc.) or school supplies, and more. Find help from Detroit Community Action agencies of the Metropolitan area.

Fort Street Presbyterian Church
The church is located at 631 W Fort St., Detroit, MI 48226. Telephone: (313) 961-4533

Redford Interfaith Relief, 17715 Brady
18499 Beech Daly, Redford Charter Twp, MI 48240. Main number is (313) 387-9802
The non-profit provides emergency clothing and food items to Redford residents. An individual or family who contacts the organization may receive one package of food each month and they can learn about other assistance programs too, including clothing distribution centers.

Furniture Bank of Southeastern Michigan
They support a limited region in Detroit. There is a free furniture bank for the low income or vulnerable. They also have household supplies, such as maybe pots or pans. Or get items like beds, couches, coffee tables, lamps, refurbished computers, dressers and other goods. Call (248) 332-1300 for referrals.

True Deliverance Ministries
12057 Gratiot Avenue, Detroit, Michigan, 48205. Dial (313) 499-8092
They have an emergency clothing closet for individuals in need. Children/students can also get free backpacks, shoes and more. Or find winter jacket programs in Wayne County, socks, and other free general clothes.

Golds Oldschool Ministry
A furniture bank and clothing center is at 18620 John R Street, Detroit, MI, 48203. Call (313) 368-1150
Get free household items. There may be pots and pans, dishes, cooking ware, utensils, and maybe small appliances such as vacuums or ironing boards. Or some clothes and lines may be passed out, for free, in Detroit.





The charity is at  19445 West Warren Avenue, Detroit, MI, 48228. For hours, dial (313) 307-0088

Helps on The Way
5358 South Beech Daly Road, Dearborn Heights, Michigan, 48125. Dial (313) 908-7104
Low income, working poor, single mothers and others in Wayne County can get free clothes. There is stuff for adults and children or students.

Detroit Rescue Mission
There are multiple locations, but the main office is 150 Stimson Street, Detroit, MI 48201. Telephone number 313.993.4700.
A focus is on the homeless and very low income. Receive basic needs, linens, warm coats, boots, and more. Short term shelter and case management may be administered as well.

Help's On The Wayclient Service Center
5358 S Beech Daly Rd. , Dearborn Heights, MI 48125. Telephone : (313) 908-7104
The location provides gently used or new donated clothing to low income individuals; children and adults in Wayne County.

Salvation Army
There are several centers in the region as indicated below. The availability of services will vary by center at time of year. A number of social services are offered, including clothing and emergency financial aid for certain bills and rent. The centers provide gently used clothing to families and individuals with emergency needs. Detroit area Salvation Army centers also give students free school uniforms, book-bags, shoes, and what they need for the school year.

As indicated available items depend on what has been donated and is on hand at any given time. The collection may include children's and work clothes, maternity items, diapers, winter attire and shoes. Free back to school supplies may be offered too. A sampling of stores in below, or read more on Wayne County Salvation army assistance programs.

  • Dearborn Heights Corps Community Center, 26700 W Warren Ave., Dearborn Heights, MI 48127, (313) 563-4457
  • Detroit - Denby Center, 20775 Pembroke, Detroit, MI 48219, (313) 537-2130
  • Grandale Corps Community Center, 11325 Montrose Ave., Detroit, MI 48227, call (313) 835-3736
  • 3735 Harding Ave., Detroit, MI 48214, telephone number is (313) 822-2800
  • 3729 W Chicago Ave., Detroit, Michigan 48204, call (313) 897-2914
  • Salvation Army Downriver Corps Community Center has a Main address - 1258 Biddle St., Wyandotte, Michigan 48192. Telephone - (734) 282-0930. Resources include an on site free clothing closet, food pantry, thrift store, and limited funds for emergency assistance. There are also diaper programs, baby supplies, low cost furniture from the Family Store, and much more. The Christian church also gives students from notebooks, school items, shoes, backpacks, and other supplies.




Spirit Of Hope
1519 Martin Luther King Blvd., Detroit, MI 48208. Phone - (313) 964-3113

Better Living Center Of Seventh Day Adventist Church
Address: 3240 Puritan St., Detroit, MI 48238. Main number is (313) 341-8609

Capuchin Soup Kitchen - Capuchin Services Center
6333 Medbury St. , Detroit, MI 48211. Main number is (313) 925-0514
Some small clothing items, such as blankets for the homeless in Detroit or underwear, may be offered.

Crossroads Of Michigan, East At Salem office
21230 Moross
Detroit, Michigan 48236-2966
(313) 822-5200

Crossroads Of Michigan
2424 W Grand Blvd.
Detroit, MI 48208
Call (313) 831-2000 for hours
This particular non-profit provides the low income and needy with donated clothing which may include children's items, professional work attire, and items for newborns and pregnant moms. Free birthday toys or gifts, school supplies for elementary and high school kids, and more is given out in a crisis. Single mothers and inner city families are major clients.

Faith Lutheran Church
Location is 897 Philip St.
Detroit, MI 48215
(313) 822-2296
The church provides clothing, personal items, sheets, and similar household goods (or small furniture items) to those in need within the community.

Grace Temple Church Of God In Christ
Main address: 12521 Dexter Ave.
Detroit, MI 48206
(313) 931-6095 for Service/Intake
Provides the low income with used and new clothing. May have meals and referrals to other government programs too. There is another location below.

Tabernacle Baptist Community Center - Part of Grace Temple Church Of God In Christ
Address of clothing center is 6125 Beechwood
Detroit, MI 48210
(313) 897-5503
Provides clothes for individuals who need it. This location relies on donations, so that determines what is distributed.







Neighborhood Service Organization, Tumaini Center
Main address is 3430 Third Ave.
Detroit, Michigan 48201
Dial (313) 832-3100
The charity has free food, hot meals, winter boots, hats, gloves and more. Clients range from children to senior citizens as well as Wayne County households that live in poverty.

Saint Dominic's Outreach
4835 Lincoln Ave.
Detroit, MI 48208
Call the non-profit at (313) 831-6070

Saint Paul AME Zion Outreach Ministry
11359 Dexter Ave.
Detroit, MI 48206
Main number - (313) 933-1823
This non-profit charity provides the needy with a clothing closet for low-income residents in Detroit and Wayne County.

Society Of Saint Vincent De Paul In The Archdiocese Of Detroit
3000 Gratiot Ave.
Detroit, MI 48207
(313) 393-2920
The thrift store may have used furniture, clothing, small appliances and Christmas gifts. Other locations are below. Volunteers and people from the community are committed to assisting the less fortunate, seniors, and children. Students can be given books, laptops, new clothes, and other supplies.
15725 Grand River Ave., Detroit, MI 48227, call (313) 836-2878
14922 Kercheval Ave., Detroit, MI 48215, dial (313) 331-6992
3000 Gratiot Ave., Van Elslander Family Center, Detroit, Michigan 48207, main number is (313) 393-2930
More on St. Vincent Detroit clothing assistance.

  • Another SVDP is a thrift type store. It is the Society Of Saint Vincent De Paul In The Archdiocese Of Detroit Resale Shop - Westland, 6613 N Wayne Rd., Westland, MI 48185. Phone (734) 729-3088
    The location relies on donations. The goods will be resold to the general public, and people can buy gently used clothing, small appliances, furniture and toys at a lower cost than other outlets. Some Christmas items and gifts may be provided as well for families who need them for their children. Most of the money raised goes towards paying for financial assistance programs.
  • Or try Society Of Saint Vincent De Paul In The Archdiocese Of Detroit, Resale Shop - Inkster
    27114 Michigan Ave., Inkster, MI 48141. Phone (313) 277-4617. A second address of Society Of Saint Vincent De Paul is located at 3760 Fort St., Lincoln Park, MI, 48146. Dial (313) 382-3100
    Everything from furniture to financial aid in Wayne County to clothes for students and elderly is offered. There is also food, school supply donation and giveaway assistance programs, blankets for the homeless, shelter and other support. The free clothing bank gives these supplies. They also have a free furniture bank for emergency situations.





United States Veterans Benefits Administration, McNamara Federal Building
477 Michigan Ave. Twelveth Floor
Detroit, Michigan 48226
Telephone - (800) 827-1000
Veterans and their immediate family members can get help applying for public assistance, clothing, medical needs and more. There are government job programs, books and educational (as well as school supplies) for a veterans kids and much more.

United States Veterans Health Administration - John D Dingell Va Medical Center, The Veterans Community Resource And Referral Center
Main address is 301 Piquette Street
Detroit, MI 48202
(313) 576-1580

Veterans Community Resource & Referral Center, Westminster Church Of Detroit
17567 Hubbell St.
Detroit, MI 48235
Telephone - (313) 341-2697
Provides the entire family with donated, gently worn, and sometimes even nearly new clothing. Veterans can get household supplies too or furniture, such as appliances, pots and pans, couches and more for an affordable home. New parents can get diapers, there are cribs, clothes for work or school, supplies, notebooks, and other goods in Wayne County.


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