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Free furniture banks, school supplies and clothing closets Jacksonville and Duval County.

Many non-profits, churches, and charities operate free clothing closets or furniture banks in the greater Jacksonville Florida region. The services offered, ranging from free back to school supplies to clothes, diapers, and furniture will vary by location, donations that are available, and other factors. However in general the low cost thrift stores, furniture distribution centers and clothing closets will offer goods to the public, low income, and working poor families.

If your income is low enough, or your need is great enough, then some of the centers may distribute vouchers for free items. For example, some families may be able to receive free clothing for work or the child’s school. There are free back to school supplies and uniforms for students as well as shoes or backpacks for kids. Or free furniture banks in Dival County and the region may have beds, appliances, tables, couches and other goods.

Centers may also have shoes, diapers, personal hygiene items, furniture, infant stuff, and items like school backpacks. There is also other options for free baby stuff near you. Many of the organizations will also try their best to provide free Christmas or even birthday present assistance to children in the city of Jacksonville Florida, and this may include gifts or toys.

Thousands of Duval County families turn to these centers every month for free or low cost goods or clothing. Or maybe people need supplies for their home, such as furniture or other household products. Stop by or clothing closet or thrift store for quality items.

Places to get free stuff in Jacksonville Florida area

Mandarin Clothing Closet
Address us 11730 Old St Augustine Rd, Jacksonville, Florida 32258. Call 904-292-1675
The center runs programs that either pay for or provide new or secondhand clothing to qualified low income individuals. This can be work attire or school clothes, school supplies, and similar items. Included as part of this aid are clothing exchange programs. A food pantry is also available.

Downtown Ecumenical Services Council, Inc / Clothes Closet
Main address is 215 Ocean St., Jacksonville, FL 32202. Call 904-358-7955
A leading charity in Duval County. Resources include free clothes for job seekers or an interview. There are backpacks and free school items for kids of all ages. Or apply for winter clothes, shoe programs, jackets, and other items. The free clothes closet has a summer/fall school supply giveaway event with gift cards too.




Society of Saint Vincent de Paul - SVDP of Jacksonville
Many churches are part of the SVDP conference. They have a free clothing and furniture bank (among other resources). There may be household furniture (family room items, kitchen supplies, bedroom furniture, appliances, etc.) as well as clothes for work or school. Adults can get free work attire or uniforms and students backpacks, book bags, pens, pencils, and other items. More on free items from SVDP in Jacksonville.

Hogan Baptist Church / Clothes Closet
Address: 8045 Hogan Road, Jacksonville, FL 32216. Telephone - (904) 724-6200
The location both accepts donations of clothing, and provides it to the needy from vouchers and a general clothing program.

Evangel Temple Main Campus Clothes Closet
Address is 5475 Ramona Boulevard, Jacksonville, FL 32205. Call (904) 781-9393
There is a free clothing closet for adults and kids (no baby items) in Duval County as well as food. Get socks, shoes, underwear, school items, work uniforms, and more. Seasonal, year round (including winter clothes) are offered to the working poor, single parents and others.

Chosen Vessel Outreach
Address - 4545-3 Shirley Ave, Jacksonville, FL 32210. Phone - 904-303-6227 or (904) 338-9144
Services from this non-profit include transitional housing, clothing, and more general life skills education. Students can get books, bags, uniforms, and more.

The House of Refuge Ministries, Inc. / THORMINC / Ex-Offender Re-Entry Housing (FL-510)
Main address - 3450 Dunn Ave, Jacksonville, Florida 32218. Phone: (904) 354-2233
Former prisoners can learn about job programs, furniture for a new home, work attire, and get other assistance from the non-profit.

Betty Griffin House / Thrift Store
Main address is 1375 Arapaho Ave, St. Augustine, FL 32084. Telephone - 904-824-1555
Is open for the general public, and can sell gently used, quality goods like furniture, blankets, etc. There are low cost items for sale. Pots and pans, TV, refurbished computers, sofas and more may be for sale.

Angel Aid Foundation / Angel Attic Thrift Store
4915 Beach Blvd REAR, Jacksonville, FL 32207. Main phone number - (904) 398-4882





St. Francis Clothing
Address - 134 East Church Street, Jacksonville, FL 32202. Call (904) 356-2902
The downtown facility has a clothing closet as well as free personal stuff.

Hubbard House, Inc. / Thrift Store
Address - 6629 Beach Boulevard, Jacksonville, Florida 32216. Call (904) 400-6333 for hours

The City Rescue Mission, Inc. / Support Programs / Thrift Store
426 McDuff Ave S, Jacksonville, FL 32254. Telephone 904-387-4357
Some of what may be available in Duval County includes baby clothing, furniture, shoes, diapers, household goods, and regular clothing.

Arlington Community Services Jacksonville
Location is 1450 Rogero Road, Jacksonville, FL 32211. Call (904) 503-8496

The Salvation Army Northeast Area Command / Thrift Store - Arlington
Location 9119 Merrill Rd Ste 55, Jacksonville, FL 32225. Call (904) 743-2725
In addition to the thrift store, has a food pantry and clothing closet. Free Christmas and holiday assistance is offered, as well as limited amounts of emergency financial aid for bills. The thrift store offers new and/or secondhand furniture, toys, household goods, clothing and other material items at lower than retail prices. They also give parents (including single moms) with kids in school free school supplies, clothes for the new year, shoes, and other goods. More on Salvation Army Duval County clothing assistance.

  • A second center is at 10696 North Lem Turner Rd, Jacksonville, FL 32218, call 765-8559
  • Or stop by the Southside center at 10900 Beach Blvd, Jacksonville, FL 32246, call 204-645-3919

Bridge the Gap, Inc.
A free clothing closet and small furniture bank is at 561 West 25th Street, Jacksonville, FL 32206. Phone - (904) 314-1035
Low-income families can get free clothes or small household or furniture items. There may be items such as couches or utensils, or pots and pans or small appliances. Or get free clothes for adults, children, and people of all sizes.

The Sulzbacher Center
Address is 611 East Adams Street, Jacksonville, FL 32202. Call (904) 359-0457
They help the homeless in Duval County. There is hygiene items, clothes, sleeping bags, and a place for showers. Or get referrals to a homeless shelter along with basic stuff-clothing.





Women's Help Center
4209 University Blvd., Jacksonville, FL 32216. Call (904) 398-5143
Provides diapers, pregnancy testing, baby food and formula, maternity clothing and more. Other resources include referrals for Natural Family Planning instruction as well as maternity and baby clothing.

North Jacksonville Women's Resource Center - Life Solutions
Address - 12456 Sago Ave. West, Jacksonville, FL 32218. Call 904-696-9100
Non-profit has information and referral, baby food, counseling and more. Women fleeing domestic violence can also use a free furniture bank for basic supplies.

Arlington Emergency Pregnancy Services, Inc.
Location - 6903 Merrill Rd, Jacksonville, FL 32277. Call 904-446-9009
Or stop by the center at 2300 Park Ave, Ste 204, Jacksonville, Florida 32073, phone 215-2797
All services available are confidential and free. The center offers infant, children and maternity clothing, diapers, infant items, medical and community referrals and more.

Liberty Center For The Homeless
Men can use the center at 941 North Liberty Street, Jacksonville, FL 32206. Call (904) 353-0099
Women can use the site at 600 North Washington Street, Jacksonville, FL 32202. Phone - (904) 353-1698


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