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Hamilton County Ohio free clothing closets, school supplies and furniture banks.

Charities and non-profit clothing closets as well as furniture banks in Hamilton County Ohio can provide a number of free items to low income and working poor families. There may be free furniture or back to school suppliers, clothes for summer or year round wear, diapers, hats, jackets, and more. Each assistance program in the Cincinnati area offers its own services.

The resources will vary by location and charity center, but can include free clothes, work attire for adults or college students, Christmas assistance, free back to school supplies, birthday toys, beds, appliances, and more. Some sites may have furniture or small appliances for your home. Thousands of Cincinnati Ohio and other local families turn to these numerous churches and non-profits every month.

If a certain location can’t meet your needs, then a referral to other sites may be offered. In general, the entire Cincinnati area is served by some type of clothing bank, including nearby Kentucky and Indiana. If and when you can, please donate gently used goods to a nearby center as well as they provide people a great way to give back to their community.

So if you live in the Hamilton County Ohio region and need a winter coat, boots, work clothing, or school items (such as backpacks) call a clothing bank or thrift store location. Staff and volunteers are on call and working at the centers. They are ready to help the less fortunate in the community. Or find other free item assistance programs.

Anderson Ferry Church Of Christ
380 Greenwell Road
Cincinnati, Ohio 45238
Call (513) 451-3555
The non-profit clothing closet provides household items, clothes such as shoes and winter coats, work attire, and other goods for those who qualify. The location relies on donations from people and businesses across Hamilton County Ohio.

Calvary United Methodist Church
Main address is 3215 Woodburn Avenue
Cincinnati, Ohio 45207
(513) 861-7717
Only supports families in the zip codes of 45207 and/or 45208.




Dress For Success Cincinnati
135 West Fourth Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202
Dial the center at (513) 651-3372
Provides new business attire and work uniforms. A focus is on women. Clothes are offered for those in need of appropriate clothing for work, a job interview, or full time employment. Suits, dresses, ties, and similar items are offered. Also get information on local job training programs and employers that may be hiring.

First Lutheran Church
Main address is 1208 Race Street
Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
Call (513) 421-0065
A low cost thrift store may have beds, dressers, and other furniture. There is also a clothing closet and food pantry.

For Aids Children Everywhere
PO Box 19783
Cincinnati, Ohio 45219
Main phone - (513) 584-3571
Assistance is for people and children with AIDS/HIV. Clothing, referrals to medical care, information, and other support is offered.

Freestore Foodbank
Location is 112 East Liberty Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202
(513) 241-1064
Diapers, free winter clothes, boots, hats, gloves, and more is offered.

Gray Road Church Of Christ
4826 Gray Road
Cincinnati, Ohio 45232
Telephone - (513) 541-4100





Free Furniture Bank of Hamilton County - New Life Furniture Bank
11335 Reed Hartman Hwy, Unit 134
Cincinnati, Ohio 45241
Telephone: (513) 313-0530
Many items are offered. The charity may have beds, couches, tables, TVs, appliances, and more. Low income families and seniors can get free stuff. There may also be medical equipment, end tables, lamps, and many other furniture items.

The Healing Center of Hamilton County
11345 Century Circle West
Cincinnati, OH 45246
(513) 346-4080
Free medical equipment, including wheelchairs or crutches are for the disabled or elderly.

Inter Parish Ministry
Location of clothing center is 3509 Debolt Road
Cincinnati, OH 45244
Telephone - (513) 561-3932
Provides basic needs such as free food services, clothing, household goods, personal hygiene items and more to low-income individuals in the region.

Landmark Cincinnati Church
1600 Glendale Milford Road
Cincinnati, Ohio 45215
(513) 771-0960
Provides free new or gently used clothes. The non-profit agency runs a clothing closet and supports the regions of Greater Cincinnati and also the Northern Kentucky region. Some assistance is also available in Indiana. Appointments are required.

Madisonville Education and Assistance Center
4600 Erie Avenue
Cincinnati, Ohio 45227
(513) 271-5501
Call to apply for free school supplies, bookbags, books, tablets, and more. Students can learn about scholarship and educational programs too.

Mary Magdalen House
Main address is 1221 Main Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202-7661
Call (513) 721-4811

Mercy Health - St. John
1800 Logan Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202
Main number is (513) 981-5800





Mt. Carmel Baptist Church
Location of office - 3101 Riverside Drive
Cincinnati, OH 45226
Telephone - (513) 321-3900
Provides coverage to the zip code of 45226. The non-profit may also have clothing assistance programs.

Praise Temple Community Church
5008 Whetsel Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45227
For intake, dial (513) 271-9993
The non-profit can offer free used clothing (boots, school items, etc.) based on availability. Free Christmas goods such as gifts or toys may be offered too.

Pregnancy Center East
Address: 3944 Edwards Road
Cincinnati, Ohio 45209
Call (513) 321-3100
Baby attire, diapers, maternity clothes, formula, and more may be offered for new moms, babies, and infants.

St. George Interfaith Food Pantry, Corner Of Dennis And Classen Streets
108 Calhoun Street
Cincinnati, OH 45219
For free clothes, dial (513) 751-8771

Salvation Army Of Greater Cincinnati - Family Services Bureau
Main address is 131 East 12th Street
Cincinnati, OH 45210
(513) 762-5660
Another office is at 2250 Park Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45212, dial (513) 351-3457
The center runs a thrift store with new or gently used goods. The general public can shop there. Gently used furniture, household goods, and basic clothing is offered. Free school supplies such as backpacks are offered too. Other items include free Christmas assistance, toys, clothes, and more for children and senior citizens. Continue with Salvation Army assistance programs in Hamilton County.

St. Vincent De Paul Society
1125 Bank Street
Cincinnati, Ohio 45214
Call (513) 421-0602

  • Other thrift stores are at 4530 Este Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45232, (513) 681-9838
  • Location is 6900 Colerain Avenue, Colerain Township, OH 45239. Main phone number is (513) 741-1641.
  • Main address is 5555 Glenway Avenue, Western Hills, Ohio 45238, dial (513) 347-0342
  • 4848 Wineste Avenue, Winton Place, OH 45232, (513) 641-0382
  • 2129 Beechmont, Mount Washington, Ohio 45230, call the center at (513) 231-1239
  • Clothing center at 9864 Reading Road, Evendale, OH 45241, main phone (513) 563-2949

Social services, clothing, and more is offered. Some limited financial aid for bills, food, or emergency expenses is available as well. Several churches and religious groups are part of this volunteer charity organization, and all of the addresses are noted above. Many sites have thrift stores on location.







Tri-county Soul Ministries
Main location is 11177 Springfield Pike
Cincinnati, OH 45246
Call (513) 772-2277
Provides gently used household items, used clothing, free school uniforms or supplies and other items to the poor, low income, teenagers and others in the Hamilton community. Back to school supplies as well as uniforms for kindergarten to high school students are offered too.

Valley Interfaith Food & Free Clothing Center
420 West Wyoming Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45215
Main number is (513) 821-3233
Many assistance programs are available. Both free clothes as well as school supplies, boots, shoes, and more are combined with emergency financial aid or a box of groceries.

West End Emergency Center
Location is 727 Ezzard Charles Drive
Cincinnati, Ohio 45203
(513) 381-5882
School items, notebooks, diapers, kitchen items, and basic furniture all may be offered for the low income in Hamilton County.

Westwood United Methodist Church
3460 Epworth Avenue
Cincinnati, Ohio 45211
Main number is (513) 661-3139


By Jon McNamara

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