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Free clothing closets, furniture and school supplies in Middlesex County Massachusetts.

Find how to get free stuff from clothing closets, furniture banks and even vouchers from thrift stores in Middlesex County Massachusetts. The charities may provide students from K-12 with free back to school supplies, clothes for work or general use, diapers, furniture for a home, electronics, and other stuff. Find a free clothing closet and furniture bank near you in Middlesex County MA.

Non-profits, churches and charity organizations accept donated goods and provide items for free or low cost to low-income families or people with no money. Find free school uniforms or bookbags, clothes for adults or children, household items, winter gear and more. Furniture banks may also provide laptops, beds, dining room sets, mattresses, couches, washers or dryers and more free stuff. Some centers may also distribute vouchers so families can buy products on their own. Or even find how to get computers for free.

The items distributed will vary based on location and availability of resources. Each charity clothing or free furniture bank as well as thrift store offers there own form of assistance. However some centers may provide free clothing and other basic needs in adult or children sizes. This can also include work attire, uniforms, school supplies like backpacks, suits, and winter coats. Many families in the Middlesex County region also need birthday toys, gifts, and help around the holidays, so free seasonal items may be provided during the holidays too.

Charities that give away free stuff in Middlesex County

American Friend Service Committee and the Material Assistance Program
5 Longfellow Park, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 02138. Phone: (617) 876-5312
The non-profit receives and distributes material goods such as clothing, kitchenware, bedding, and household necessities. Immigrants and refugees in Middlesex County as well as college students can get free stuff too.

Central Food and Clothing Ministry, Inc.
Main address: 370 West Sixth Street, Lowell, MA, 01850. (978) 454-7445
Seniors or children can get free winter coats, hats, or gloves. There is food, meals, and other general clothing goods and an annual back to school giveaway event with pens, pencils, notebooks, and more.

Community Teamwork, Inc. - Two locations are below. The center runs a Coats for Kids program. This can provide free winter hats, coats, and outwear to students and children. The elderly also can get free winter jackets and other supplies. The agency also runs a program called SuitAbility, which provides support services to economically disadvantaged women, including single moms, in seeking career advancement or employment. More on Community TeamWork.

  • 155 Merrimack St, Lowell, MA 01852, Dial (978) 459-0551




Lowell Alliance
They only give referrals and not items directly to the public. Address: 97 Central St, Lowell, MA 01852. Phone: (978) 454-5405
Provides free diapers in Middlesex County and nationwide. There are also baby wipes, maternity clothing for low income or single moms, infant supplies, cribs, and other goods.

Heading Home
109 School Street, Cambridge, MA, 02139. Call (617) 547-1885 for information
Provides meals, free clothing, skills development and counseling to low income and homeless women. There may be dresses, slacks, purses, and other work attire.

Keeping Pace with Multiple Miracles
389 W Center St, West Bridgewater, MA 02379. Main number - (508) 559-0040

City of Marlborough Kid's Corner - Marlborough Community Services
255 Main St., Marlborough, Massachusetts, 01752. Call (508) 485-5832 or  (508) 460-3758
Provides supplies such as formula, diapers, children's toys and accessories to infants and children, as well as their parents. They give kids free pens, pencils, and bookbags for the year, referrals to Chromebooks for students in Middlesex County MA and also offer job attire.

Merrimack Valley Catholic Charities
The clothing closet is located at 70 Lawrence Street, Lowell, MA, 01852. Call (978) 452-1421 or (978) 454-9946
May have free school supplies, blankets, and other support. Immigrants and Spanish speakers in Middlesex County often you this church for financial help or free clothes.

Montachusett Opportunity Council, Inc. (MOC)
Some of the assistance administered includes Christmas toys, work clothing, and budgeting assistance. They also refer clients to grant programs for their bills, emergency furniture banks and other goods. There are two main centers.

  • 356B Broad St # 4, Fitchburg, MA 01420. Phone: (978) 343-6259





Haverhill Pregnancy Care Center
There are several comments around Middlesex County. Provides counseling and some supplies for mothers and newborns, including formula as well as baby and maternity clothing. There are also a number of baby supplies for moms or dads who are in poverty. Telephone number (866) 254-4440

  • 496 Main Street, Haverhill, MA, 01830
  • 140 Main Street, Amesbury, MA, 01913
  • 11 Hale Street, Newburyport, Massachusetts, 01950
  • 124 Ames Street, Lawrence, MA, 01840

Salvation Army - Multiple locations
Phone - (508) 875-3341 for Lowell area center or (508) 875-3341 in Framingham
Various social services and assistance is offered. The charity can provide free vouchers for furniture assistance, a thrift store and clothing closet are accessible. The non-profit can coordinate free school supplies. A giveaway passes out shoes, backpacks to students, and more. There is also low cost furniture sold, fans for the summer months, and other goods.

Solutions at Work - Children's Clothing Exchange
 1151 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, MA 02138. Main number is (617) 576-0039 or dial 781-894-0413 in Waltham MA.
Distributes children's and baby clothing, strollers, toys, child passenger safety seats, books, and other items to low income parents and child caregivers. The center also has free interview-appropriate work clothing.

Waltham Clothing Exchange
Address: 50 Church St, Waltham, MA 02451. Main phone: (781) 330-0389
A low cost thrift store, but some emergency free items may be given out. Such as winter coats for seniors, socks or sleeping bags to the homeless, stuff for women facing DV and other goods.

Household Goods
Referrals are needed to get free furniture. 520 Main St., Acton, MA, 01720. Call 978-635-1710
Based on donations, there will be free household furnishings, such as beds, lights, kitchen tables or desks, couches and other items for low-income families.

Tri-City Community Action Program, Inc.
Main number is 110 Pleasant Street, Malden, MA, 02148. Dial (781) 322-4125

United Way of Tri-County
255 Main Street Lower Level, Marlborough, MA, 01752. Call (508) 481-4080
May have household goods, baby furniture, and clothing for adults or children.





Mission of Deeds - Furniture Bank
Address is 6 Chapin Avenue, Reading, Massachusetts 01867. Call 781-944-9797
A free furniture bank for all of Middlesex County. Gently used kitchen tables, beds, sofas, pots and pans, clocks, tables, and many other furniture goods for homes or apartments are offered. Donations are always needed too.

Veterans Inc. Outreach
Location is 40 Mechanic St, Marlborough, MA 01752. Phone: (508) 460-9993 for hours and information.
Referrals are often given to charitable assistance. Whether it is food, furniture, clothing, or financial aid, assistance is given. The charity gives free stuff to veterans as well as their immediate family members, even furniture (bedroom sets, couches, etc.) for a new home.

Town of Wayland Community Fund
Primary address - 41 Cochituate Road, Wayland, Massachusetts, 01778. Main number - (508) 358-3624
May have financial assistance and other aid such as clothing, hygiene items, and more for needy individuals in the town.


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