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Free clothing closets, school supplies and furniture banks in Little Rock and surrounding area.

Find free or low cost clothes, household goods, furniture or school supplies in the city of Little Rock and nearby region, including the counties of Pulaski, Faulkner, Saline and Lonoke. Contact a local clothing closet, furniture bank or thrift store. They can pass out baby items, winter jackets, back to school uniforms or supplies, work attire, and more. Free furniture banks may provide beds, couches, kitchen tables, appliances, refurbished computers and other items in the Little Rock region.

Many of the centers are non-profit organizations that are focused on providing goods to the needy, including low income families, children, and the elderly. Some locations may also serve Perry and Grant County Arkansas.

Some examples of the services offered can include items for work (such as suits or slacks), school supplies (uniforms, coats, shoes, books, and notebooks), Christmas goods (winter coats or toys), blankets for the homeless and much more. Of course, furniture banks can help furnish an apartment or house. There may even be free supplies for a baby. The availability of products will usually change throughout the year based on donations. However the Little Rock area clothing closets will always have some form of assistance to those who qualify.

Fishnet Missions
Address: 213 Marshall Road
Jacksonville, Arkansas 72076
Phone - (501) 983-9000
Find a free clothing bank at the charity. There may be household supplies for the low income in the region, notebooks, shoes, and other school supplies, winter gear, diapers, and more.

Center For Women In Transition
1114 Garland Street
Little Rock, AR 72201
(501) 372-5522
Provides clothing in Pulaski County for female ex offenders. Other services may be provided too, such as information on local job opportunities. There may be free furniture to help them get a bed, table or furnish a home in the region. The goal is to help people get situated.




Central Arkansas Presbyterian Stew Pot
800 Scott Street
Little Rock, AR 72201
Call (501) 372-1804 for hours of the clothing closet.

Dress For Success
21 Lakeshore Drive
Little Rock, Arkansas 72204
Telephone - (501) 562-4571
Provides professional dress clothing (suits, slacks, dresses, etc.) for job interviews or a new job. Other employment programs may be provided too, including resume review, counseling and access to computers.

Greater Second Care Center
5615 Geyer Springs Road
Little Rock, AR 72209
Main number - (501) 569-9054

Helping Hand Of Greater Little Rock
Address: 1601 Marshall Street
Little Rock, Arkansas 72216
(501) 372-4388
Material goods and basic needs may be provided. Clothing, school supplies, small appliances and other items are included. The non-profit provides clothing for people in need. There is also a free furniture bank as well as low cost thrift store on site with free vouchers for the poor in the Little Rock area. More on Helping Hands of Greater Little Rock.

Holy Cross Baptist Church
4800 West 12th Street
Little Rock, Arkansas 72204
(501) 666-2060





Kaleidoscope Resale Boutique
Primary address: 3608 Kavanaugh Boulevard
Little Rock, AR 7220
Telephone - (501) 975-6666
Sells gently used or some new goods to the general public. Some specialty goods may be distributed.

Little Rock Compassion Center of Pulaski County
3618 West Roosevelt
Little Rock, AR 72204
(501) 296-9114
May also provide shelter to the homeless and referrals to rent/housing assistance.

Mosaic Church Of Central Arkansas
6420 Colonel Glenn Road, Suite 1
Little Rock, Arkansas 72204
Food, furniture, household utensils, clothes for new moms, and other goods are given out.

Myles Boys Recovery Inc.
7101 West 12th Street, Suite 300B
Little Rock, Arkansas 72204-2643
Call (501) 442-3103 for intake
Provides clothing for students and youth participating in the program.

Saint Francis House - The Benefit Bank Of Arkansas
2701 South Elm Street
Little Rock, AR 72204
(501) 664-5036
Learn about assistance programs offered by the government and local non-profits. Household goods and clothing may be provided for the less fortunate. They also give kids books, free school supplies so they can learn, and other items.

Setting Captives Free Ministries
Location - 1212 West 27th Street
Little Rock, AR 72206
Telephone - (501) 374-5160
Food, hot meals, diapers for low income moms or dads, and more is offered from the emergency clothing banks.

The Salvation Army - Little Rock Area Command
1111 West Markham Street
Little Rock, AR 72201
(501) 374-9296
A number of crisis assistance programs are administered as well as help for basic needs. The thrift store/clothing closet provides free clothing, household items, backpacks or shoes for students, furniture and appliances. Disaster relief is offered too. Or apply for emergency financial assistance for expenses such as energy bills or rent. More on Salvation Army clothing programs in Little Rock.





Union Rescue Mission
3001 Confederate Boulevard
Little Rock, Arkansas 72206
(501) 374-1748
Sells gently used or new goods to the public. Clothing, holiday gifts, used furniture, baby supplies and more my be sold.

Watershed Human And Community Development Agency
3701 Springer Boulevard
Little Rock, AR 72206
(501) 378-0176

St. Anne Catholic Church
Address is 6150 Remount Rd
North Little Rock, Arkansas 72118
(501) 753-3977
A local SVDP society church. They help the poor and struggling. Resources include a free furniture and clothing bank, meals, food, back to school supplies and more, All based on donations and volunteers.

Central Baptist Church Of North Little Rock
8103 Carnegie Drive
Sherwood, Arkansas 72120
Phone - (501) 771-1125
Services for the low income, single moms (or dads) and others include a food pantry and free clothing closet. Diapers, cribs, baby wipes, maternity clothes and other free items may be offered along with school supplies for students, groceries, kitchen supplies, and more.

American Red Cross Of Greater Arkansas- Faulkner County Service Center
813 Parkway Avenue
Conway, AR 72034
(501) 329-3571
Offers goods for disaster relief. Some programs may be offered for veterans or military members.

Bethlehem House
930 Faulkner Street
Conway, Arkansas 72034
(501) 329-4862
Call for referrals and information on resources, including Christmas aid.

Goodwill Store and Donation Center
2425 Sanders Rd
Conway, AR 72032
Phone:(501) 329-6501
They sell gently used furniture, clothes, housewares & more. So there may be low cost clothing closet for people in need. The furniture for sale is gently used and has a low cost. Children can receive shoes or coats. Many other items are also passed sold at a low price.







Care Center
212 West South Street
Benton, AR 72015
(501) 778-5933
Provides a clothing room for people who are in need in Saline County Arkansas.

Churches Joint Council On Human Needs (CJCOHN)
Main location is 103 East Elm Street
Benton, AR 72015
Telephone - (501) 776-2912
Several churches in the region ban together to help families living in poverty. They also have an annual free school supply giveaway, give birthday or Christmas presents, and other items out. Find other church programs in Little Rock area.

Briarwood Baptist Church
1872 Willie Ray Drive
Cabot, AR 72023
(501) 605-1354
This charity supports the low income and seniors in Lonoke region. Food and other basic needs are met from the center.

Address: 406 West Pine Street
Cabot, AR 72023
(501) 941-7893

Loaves And Fishes
201 N 2nd Street
Cabot, Arkansas 72023
Telephone: (501) 743-8941
The location provides new or gently used clothing, hygiene items and more for families and individuals with low incomes. Students from K-12 can get free sneakers, backpacks, uniforms for school and more.

By Jon McNamara

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