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Free stuff near you in your community.

There are a number of places to get free stuff that will be near you. Low-income families or people that are going through a hardship can get items from a local church, charity, or non-profit. Generally, these organizations will have second hand items however there may also be places that give away new, free stuff to struggling families based on income as well as other factors. Find where to get free stuff in your community.

Often times a family can drop in at one of these locations to get free stuff on that same day – so today. However, most of the charitable type organizations do have limited hours. In addition, the inventory of goods will also often depend on what is donated from the community. Whether it is furniture, appliances, electronics, computers, seasonal supplies, toys or some other stuff, the locations do their best to meet the needs of the family who may be struggling.

Get free stuff in your community

Charities, churches and non-profits provide different types of free stuff, depending on where you live as well as donation levels at the organization. There may be specific items given to seniors, disabled adults, single mothers with young kids or veterans. Homeless people as well as families with little or no money will also generally be able to get free stuff from a charity near them.

  • Clothing closets and furniture banks near you (listed below) will have free stuff, including appliances, work or school uniforms, winter attire, beds, couches, hygiene supplies, general clothes and more.
     
  • Families can get free stuff from online sites or apps. There are ways to find new or used items on Craigslist, Facebook, and other websites or smart phone apps. There are people on these sites that giveaway a wide variety of surplus goods daily, including computers or electronics, and the stuff just needs to be picked up. Even locate a free laptop for the low income near you.
     
  • Free transportation programs are available in most communities, including near you. This includes everything from a gas card for a vehicle to other stuff for an auto, even a car or truck. Find free cars near you.
     
  • Seasonal programs from charities near you will give out free stuff to families, single mothers or low income  individuals. Students, no matter their grade, can get what they need for the school year from a local organization. Locate free backpacks and school supplies near you.
     
  • Free cell or home phones are provided to low income families or those or government assistance. Lifeline and cell phone companies provide Apple iPhones, Samsung, Google Pixels and other devices. Look here for a free government phone in your community.

 

 

 

 

Each of these programs, as well as the places that operate them, will have a diverse quantity of usually gently used (but sometimes new) items. Low-income families or anyone in need of free personal or household stuff can use these resources to find items near them.

Places for free items near you

Charities in your community have stuff for free, and they are listed below by area. These groups will also giveaway free stuff  to low-income families and the working poor. The list below includes non-profit organizations as well as “general” purpose clothing or furniture banks. Most are open daily (during the week) and give away free items, whether household or personal goods, to families who need help. They also collect donations from the community.

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