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Lubbock County free clothing closets, furniture banks and school supplies.

Lubbock County residents can turn to a free clothing closet or furniture bank in their time of need. Several charities, non-profits, and churches run these programs for qualified low income families. While the type of goods available can change, even based on the season, examples of items may include free clothes for work, bank to school supplies, furniture such as a bed or couch, or a holiday such as Christmas. Other household items, such as appliances or furniture, may be available at Lubbock Texas area thrift stores.

Low income families can get free clothes, school items, small basic appliances, furniture and other items, most of which will be gently used. As indicated, the centers do depend on donations and the generosity of the community. The clothing banks always need coats, backpacks for students, personal hygiene items, shoes, hats, and work attire. The free Lubbock County furniture banks needs appliances, mattresses or beds, couches and other furniture.

Everything you contribute will be put to good use and go to assist a family that needs help. Or contribute goods for the back to school or Christmas holiday season. Please donate if you can. Items are always needed, as the demand for basic needs such as clothing is very high.

On the other hand, if you are in need, some of the centers to call are below. Priority is often giving to low income families with children. There are also free clothes for people of all backgrounds, including free school items, maybe laptops and supplies for immigrant children or clothes for Spanish speakers in Lubbock County.

HOPE Community of Shalom
2005 Avenue T
Lubbock, TX 79411
Telephone number is 806-762-0829
The site runs a Clothes Closet. While resources are limited, it may offer free clothing which has been donated from the community. Individuals or low income families who have a need or are facing a crisis are allowed to choose from a limited supply of free, gently used clothing or small furniture items each week.

Green Lawn Church of Christ
5701 19th Street
Lubbock, TX 79407
Main number is 806-795-4377
Both food and clothing is offered. Goods may be provided to children at Christmas too, such as toys or holiday clothing items.




Broadway Church of Christ
Address of clothing center is 1924 Broadway
Lubbock, Texas 79413
Telephone - 806-763-0464
A free clothing closet available to those in need. It only operates every few months or so. Appointments and applications need to be completed.

Guadalupe Economic Services
Main address - 1502 Erskine
Lubbock, TX 79403

Lakeridge United Methodist Church
Location is 8308 Salem Avenue
Lubbock, Texas 79424
The location provides free gently used clothing for men, women and children. Coats, shoes, school or work uniforms, and more may be passed out.

Family Promise - IHN
They offer resources including clothes (for work or school), a free furniture bank, emergency transportation, and case management from Hope House. Giving work or educational supplies, such as sneakers, backpacks for students, dresses or slacks are a focus, as is work attire including slacks, dresses, uniforms, and items needed for employment. More on Family Promise Lubbock County.

Lubbock Dream Center Church on The Rock
Location is 1111 30th Street
Lubbock, TX 79411
Telephone number is 806-793-3336





Mission Lubbock
1711 Upland Avenue
Lubbock, Texas 79416
Provides clothing/shoes, linens and bedding, household items, personal hygiene items, and more. Most of the assistance is provided at no cost to income qualified Lubbock County clients.

New Millennium Baptist Church Clothing Bank
101 East Queens
Lubbock, Texas 79403
They work with the South Plains Food Bank to provide vouchers for food or paying for clothes. Sneakers, writing material or school items for youth, socks, jeans and other supplies are free.

The Bridge of Lubbock
1301 Redbud Avenue
Lubbock, Texas 79403
Offers free, gently used clothing to those that qualify from the community.

Salvation Army
1102 Slide Rd
Lubbock, Texas
Phone: (806) 368-0810
A thrift store is open to the general public. Household goods such as furniture, appliances, and similar goods are sold to the general public. Other assistance includes the Angel Tree Christmas program, hot meals, and free school supplies during the fall and summer.

An annual free back to school supply drive for students from K-12 is arranged, with uniforms, bookbags, backpacks and other items. Some emergency financial aid may be offered too. More information on Salvation Army services in Lubbock County.

Trinity Church Outreach and Storehouse
Main address is 3027 34th Street
Lubbock, TX 79413
Call 806-788-0501 for intake.
the storehouse may have some household goods, including mattresses, dining room tables, chairs, beds for children, medical equipment and more. There is a free food pantry, clothing closet and furniture bank.

Neighborhood House
The faith based charity has a low cost thrift store as well as free clothing bank. Other financial aid and case management may be offered too. Whether it is clothes for work or a job interview, or free backpacks or school supplies for students, assistance is offered. The thrift store may sell furniture, give vouchers to pay for cribs, and other household supplies too. More on Neighborhood House assistance programs in Lubbock.





Women of Faith Clothes Closet Iglesia Bautista Templo
Main address is 4810 Ave P
Lubbock, Texas 79412
The non-profit provides free clothing to everyone who is in need, not just women.


By Jon McNamara














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