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Free school supply assistance programs in El Paso County Texas.

Low-income families can get free back to school supplies for their children. Charities, corporations and government programs in El Paso County Texas provide items to students from pre-school to High school, including to immigrants and ESL students. Find free back to school supply, clothing, and uniform assistance programs in El Paso County Texas below and giveaway events. The list below is only sampling and find more resources at clothing closets in El Paso County TX.

The charities give away what has been donated from the community. Assistance for students can include electronics like tablets, laptops, or Chromebooks. Classroom supplies may be free backpacks, notebooks, lunch boxes, pens, pencils, folders, planners and the like. A wide variety of items may be given to students from K-12 in El Paso County Texas schools.

Free clothes and uniforms may also be given to students, no matter the gender or size. Shoes, sneakers, belts, jeans, jackets, pants, socks, under garments and more may be given. Stores in El Paso TX may even give out free gift card for shopping at Wal-Mart or Target.

Assistance League of El Paso
2728 E Yandell Dr
El Paso, Texas 79903
Main number is (915) 564-0600
Many programs are run, including Operation School Bells which gives free clothes and items to students, generally those in grades 1 to 5. Pants, sneakers, and even backpacks. There is also a thrift store, support for people facing violence and more.

Project Bravo
The non-profit has multiple sites in El Paso County. Programs include free eyeglasses for students to other supplies. There are Adult Basic Education (GED) classes for immigrants and adults. Or get a wide variety of education support, such as books, internet access, clothes, bags for school supplies and more.

  • Location is 2000 Texas Ave, El Paso TX 79901. Dial (915) 562-4100
  • Community Services are run from the site at 7000 5th St, Canutillo TX 79835. Call (915) 562-4100
  • 8815 Dyer St, El Paso Texas 79904. Dial (915) 562-4100
  • Free items, financial counseling, school supplies or grants may also be at 13680 Socorro Rd, San Elizario Texas 79849. Main number is (915) 562-4100
  • Another Project Bravo location is 908 Old County Dr, El Paso Texas 79907. Call Dial (915) 562-4100

 

 

 

Abundant Church
1000 Valley Crest Dr
El Paso, Texas 79907
Phone: (915) 532-8543
Free school supplies as well as food, meals, Christmas toys and more are offered. Volunteers and donations generally give free items to hundreds of students from low-income and/or working poor households.

Salvation Army Social Services
There are multiple locations. They giveaway school supplies, gift certificate food and meals. Students can also get personal hygiene needs met such as haircuts, get free hygiene supplies and more. There may be highlighters, Chromebook, pens, books, clothes and more, as well as financial help. Get more details on assistance programs from El Paso County TX.

Region 19 Education Services Center
6611 Boeing Dr
El Paso, Texas 79925
Call the non-profit at (915) 780-1919
Various social services and education programs are offered. ESL classes, access to free computer labs, supplies for adults, college students or those in high school and more. Whether it is information on free laptop programs, basic supplies (notebooks, calculators, etc.) for kids or other items, supplies and assistance are offered.

Downtown Management District (DMD), Center for Family Violence, and Sacred Heart Church
Free clothes, school supplies, backpacks and more are for students in downtown El Paso only. They partner with corporations, donations, and charities. Gift cards may be offered on occasion too. Sacred Heart Church is located at 602 S Oregon St, El Paso, TX 79901. Phone: (915) 532-5447.

Operation HOPE (dial 915-590-0490).
The non-profit uses donations to help the poor, single mothers, migrants and others. Free educational supplies, books, and more, including food can be given to students.

 

 

 

 

Grace Christian Center
Address is 820 N Raynor St
El Paso, Texas 79903
Main telephone - (915) 544-7400

San Pablo Lutheran Church
The church address is 301 S Schutz Dr
El Paso, TX 79907
(915) 858-2588
The church helps the poor and people from Mexico from a program known as Ysleta Lutheran Mission Human Care. Whether it is free uniforms for work or school, access to computers, food, or free supplies, help is offered. Get backpacks, book bags, pens or writing material, and other items.

Houchen Community Center
Location is 609 Tays St
El Paso, TX 79901
Phone: (915) 532-1231
Programs include a clothing closet and free food pantry. Groceries, clothes or small school supply type items.

El Paso TX School Districts including:
Most districts, including El Paso Independent School District, the Ysleta Independent School District (YSID), Socorro Independent District and others provide help. Most of them give students from low-income families a free backpack full of supplies. Pens, pencils, notebooks, calculators, rulers, highlighters, folders and other items will be inside the backpacks. Dial the school or 211/United Way.

Child Crisis Center of El Paso
Location is 2100 N Stevens St
El Paso, TX 79930
(915) 562-7955
They help homeless families. A shelter as well as free school supplies, clothes, hygiene kits and other goods are offered to kids and students.

By Jon McNamara

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