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Norfolk County free clothing closets and thrift stores.

Clothing closets in Norfolk County may be able to help very low income families or those households that are facing a disaster. Everyone else from the community can turn to a thrift store for low cost goods. Between the two of them they may have clothes for work or school, Christmas toys or gifts, free winter coats, and much more.

The two options work very similarly. Donations of clothes, furniture, presents for children, and other goods are collected by volunteers across Norfolk County. Then they are package and either sold (at a low price) or passed out to clients. Each center will have an application process in place in which they will determine what type of help, if anything, a family is qualified for.

Also, please note that c clothing closet is usually focused on a limited area while a thrift store may allow anyone from across the county to shop there. The primary locations are below.

Morgan Memorial Thrift store - Goodwill Industries
Address: 625 Southern Artery
Quincy, Massachusetts, 02169
Phone - (617) 745-4144
Not only may there be low cost clothes for work related reasons, but counseling, referrals to shelters, and job placement may all be arranged.

Saint Chrysostom Episcopal Church
One Linden Street
Quincy, MA, 02170
(617) 472-0737
The Mite Box Thrift Shop sells lost cost goods, winter coats, holiday supplies and more to individuals and families.

Salvation Army
1202 Providence Highway
Norwood, Massachusetts, 02062
Phone - (781) 440-0235
This is just one location and there may be others, including in Quincy. Services include a clothing closet as well as thrift store. Free Christmas gifts for children, visitation for seniors, financial aid, and other support is all arranged as well.





St. Vincent Depaul Society Thrift Store - Plainville
173 Washington Street
Plainville, Massachusetts, 02762
(508) 695-5150
Social services include general clothing, transportation, vouchers for school supplies, and winter jackets or boots for kids.

Good News Bible Chapel
Main address: 235 West Street
Attleboro, MA, 02703
Phone:(508) 226-2916
Free clothes, school uniforms, work boots, and more are provided by the Norfolk County charity.

Baby Basics
Needham, Massachusetts, 02492
Phone - (617) 305-6899
Free diapers and maternity as well as infant clothes are passed out. There is also counseling and referrals for moms and dads, including single parents.

The Covenant Church of Quincy
315 Whitwell Street
Quincy, Massachusetts, 02169
(617) 479-5728
Toys, clothes, and more are for children in Norfolk County.

Father Bill's Place
Location is 38 Broad Street
Quincy, Massachusetts, 02169
(617) 770-3314





Project Just Because, Inc
For the Back to School Program clothing and show program, dial (508) 435-6511

Town of Foxborough
Address: 35 Neponset Ave
Foxboro, Massachusetts, 02035
Telephone - (508) 543-5235
A discretionary fund only helps town residents. Christmas presents and meal and other aid is offered.

Friends of the Homeless of the South Shore - Weymouth Furniture Bank
48 Sea Street
North Weymouth, Massachusetts, 02191
Phone:(781) 340-1604

Interfaith Social Services
105 Adams Street
Quincy, MA, 02169
Phone:(617) 773-6203 Ext: 19
Job seekers, unemployed, and people entering the workforce can get help in the form of work attire.

Needham Community Council of Norfolk County
Main address is 570 Hillside Avenue
Needham, Massachusetts, 02492
Assistance includes Holiday Project, free clothing closet, school supplies, and medical equipment loan program. They also offer transportation, ESL classes, public aid, and more.




By Jon McNamara

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