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Free clothing closets, furniture, and back to school supplies Pierce County.

Find free clothing closets and furniture banks in Pierce County Washington. The charities and churches provide free stuff such as clothes, back to school supplies, winter attire, furniture, personal stuff and household goods. The non-profit centers do their best to provide low-income families and people with no money the items they need. Locate free furniture banks and clothing closets near you in Pierce County.

A wide variety of items are given away to families or individuals. This may be clothes or uniforms for work or school. Or get free bedroom or kitchen furniture, couches or appliances. There will also be hats or sneakers, socks, laptop computers and so much more. The locations will try to not turn anyone away that needs help.

The leading locations to turn to for free personal or household stuff and other goods in Tacoma as well as Pierce County WA are below. Countless families call upon their services every year, and many others donate surplus goods to the centers. Some of what may be disbursed includes winter coats, birthday gifts and toys, free school supplies (shoes and notebooks) or baby supplies, including for single mothers. There is even free grant money for a single mom.

While not as common, some of the Pierce County clothing closets, furniture banks or thrift stores will also sell gently used furniture, appliances, or similar items. This means there may be a combination of free items and low cost goods. The goal is to provide basic needs to the low-income.

Organizations that giveaway free stuff in Pierce County

Family Resource Center
There are multiple locations in Tacoma County. They may have household goods and clothing items, including free school items for students, notebooks, shoes and other clothes for school reasons. Free household furniture may be offered too, such as beds, mattresses, couches, small appliances and more. Or get diapers, baby supplies and stuff for educational needs.

  • Eastside FRC - 3569 E. Roosevelt Ave., Tacoma, WA 98404. Call (253) 649-1012
  • Hilltop Family Center is also the Multicultural Child and Family Hope Center. Free stuff, basic needs and support is at 2021 S. 19th St., Tacoma, WA 98405. Call (253) 593-6641
  • Franklin Pierce location address is 315 129th St. S., Tacoma, WA 98444. Main phone: (253) 298-3073




  • White River location is 250 W. Main, Buckley, WA 98321. Call (360) 829-5883
  • Bethel - Location is 18020 B St E Challenger Campus, Spanaway, WA, 98387. Phone number is (253) 683-6850. The Bethel Family Support Center offers WIC application assistance, clothing, Basic Food application assistance, diapers, and even connection to housing resources.
  • Key Peninsula address is 17010 S. Vaughn Rd. NW, Vaughn, WA 98394. Phone - (253) 884-5433
  • Orting is at 120 Washington Ave. N., Orting, WA 98360. Dial (360) 893-8500
  • Lakewood Family Center, or Lorene's Place II, address is 11150 Gravelly Lake Dr. SW, Lakewood, WA 98499. Main phone - (253) 531-3462

Catholic Community Services
Address - 7050 S G St, Tacoma, WA, 98408. Telephone number - (253) 383-3697 or (206) 323-6336
There are free items offered, including to immigrants, single parents, and seniors in Pierce County. The non-profit also offers free workshops on how to interview successfully. Case managers will offer help with getting interview clothes and other accessories. Get socks, dresses, slacks and other supplies. There are clothing banks on site.

Eatonville Family Agency
Address: 305 W Center St., Eatonville, WA, 98328. Call  (360) 832-6805
The clothing bank provides minimal clothing to working poor and low income individuals. What is passed out depends on availability.

Care Net Pregnancy and Family Services of Puget Sound - Pierce County
Note the boutiques are only available for their clients who have participated in the various parenting support classes. They will earn incentives where they earn goods for their baby whilst learning various resources and tips. For those clients that have done that, the non-profit has baby supplies and maternity goods, including but not limited to free diapers, clothes, bottles, layettes, and also food. There are several offices in the region, as noted below.





  • 1924 S. Cedar St., Suite B, Tacoma, WA 98405, Phone: 253-383-2988
    Hours are Monday 9:00am – 8:00pm, Tuesday 9:00am – 5:00pm, Wednesday 9:00am – 5:00pm, Thursday 9:00am – 5:00pm, Friday 10:30am - 3:00pm
  • 2727 Hollycraft Street, Suite 130, Gig Harbor, WA 98335. Phone 253-858-5585
    Hours are Monday 12:30pm – 4:30pm, Tuesday 9:30am – 6:00pm, Wednesday 9:30am – 4:30pm, Thursday 9:30am – 6:00pm, Friday – Closed
  • 10828 Gravelly Lake Dr SW, Suite 101, Lakewood, WA 98499. Phone: 253-984-6222
    Hours are Monday 9:30am – 5:00pm, Tuesday 9:00am – 1:00pm, Wednesday 9:00am – 5:00pm, Thursday 9:30am – 8:00pm, Friday 1:00pm - 5:00pm, Saturday 10:00am - 2:00pm By appointment only
  • Sunrise Medical Campus, 11102 Sunrise Blvd E, Ste 107, Puyallup, WA 98374. Phone: 253-770-8697
    Hours are Monday 9:00am – 5:00pm, Tuesday 9:00am – 5:00pm, Wednesday 9:00am – 5:00pm, Thursday 9:00am – 8:00pm, Friday – Closed

NW Furniture Bank of Pierce County
117 Puyallup Ave, Tacoma, WA 98421. Main Phone: 253-302-3868
This charity services multiple counties, including Tacoma. Get free furniture, including bedroom sets, kitchen items, appliances, beds, and other goods. There may be refurbished computers or laptops at the furniture bank, pots and pans, mattresses, and dozens of other items. Or get a freezer or refrigerator.

Hope Point Church
6511 S. C Street, Tacoma, Washington 98408. Call (253) 474-6411
The poor, unemployed and single moms will get free clothes. There is also applications in Spanish and too refugees too.

Salvation Army - Tacoma and Pierce County
1501 6th Ave, Tacoma, WA, 98405. Call (253) 572-8452
The Homebound Emergency Services offers free clothing, back to school supply assistance, and school supplies. Other help available includes holiday food and gifts, toys for children, and agency referrals to the elderly, disabled, senior citizens, or handicapped people. Get free backpacks, uniforms, Chromebooks for students from K-12 and other items. There may be some furniture items or appliances too. Find details on help from Salvation Army in Tacoma.




House of Matthew
1127 Broadway, Tacoma, WA 98402. Call 253-301-0508
There is a free clothing and low cost furniture bank. The Pierce County WA non-profit provides  shoes, coats, jeans, and other clothes to men, women and kids, including in all sizes. The furniture has a small cost (usually $100 or less) for new items, including new couches, desks, dressers and other stuff.

Northwest Community Church - Office
The address is 10402 Kline St SW, Lakewood, WA 98499. Phone: (253) 926-2528
As donations allow, they give away free household items and clothes.

Our Lady of Guadalupe
Maternity Center is at 5705 Main Street Southwest, Lakewood, WA 98499. Call 253-582-3384
The charity provides free infant, baby and maternity clothes. there are also furniture - changing stations, layettes, and other goods.

Federal Way Senior Center
Address is 4016 S 352nd St, Auburn, Washington, 98001. Call (253) 838-3604
Medical equipment may be loaned, or even to the elderly. There may even be goods such as free CPAP machines for breathing.

Fircrest United Methodist Church Clothing Closet
Address is 1018 Columbia Ave, Tacoma, WA, 98466. Telephone - (253) 564-7862
May have clothing for Pierce County families in need. It will have articles of clothing for children and infants. Also has winter coats, stuff for low-income households to wear and attire. During the summer, shoes and school supplies are for high school kids and elementary students.

Francis House
322 7th St SE, Puyallup, Washington, 98372. Telephone number is (253) 770-6991 or (253) 848-3618
The non-profit has clothing, kitchen utensils, bedding and furniture when available. Case managers also teaches ESL classes.

Metropolitan Development Center is the Pierce County community action agency. There is everything from financial help to vouchers, referrals to free clothes banks, birthday toys, school supplies, work uniform programs, and more. More on Pierce County Metropolitan Development Center assistance programs.

Gig Harbor/Peninsula FISH Food Pantry and Clothing Closet
4425 Burnham Dr NW, Gig Harbor, Washington, 98332. Call (253) 858-6179
Low-income families will get free clothes, winter jackets, sneakers and other goods. Some seasonal back to school programs are offered for students in Gig Harbor too.





HopeSparks - Relatives Raising Children - Kinship Navigator
Main address is 6424 N 9th St., Tacoma, Washington, 98406. Dial (253) 565-4484
Caregivers and grandparents caring for kids will get support, both free stuff (furniture, pots or pans, lamps, etc) as well as clothing items.

House of Matthews Transitional Services
1127 Broadway, Tacoma, WA 98402. Main number is (253) 301-0508

The location offers a free clothing bank to those in need. Very low income, formerly homeless families, may be given free furniture to get started, like kitchen tables, beds, a couch, dresser, lamps and the like.

My Sister's Clothes Pantry
The address is 621 Tacoma Ave S First United Methodist Church, Tacoma, WA, 98402. Call (253) 627-0129
The location offers a hot meal, groceries, and a clothing closet. A small free furniture bank is also offered to assist clients in a supportive atmosphere for individuals and families.

Saint Vincent Thrift Stores
There are several in western WA as well as Pierce County. They sell low-cost, bargain items to the public. Some people, including the poor or Pierce County families with no money, may be given free vouchers to shop for stuff. Find a local St Vincent de Paul Society thrift store near you.

New Jerusalem Church of God In Christ
Main location is 1623 S 11th St, Tacoma, WA 98405, Tacoma, WA, 98405. Main number is (253) 572-6785

Oasis of Hope Foundation
1937 S G St Oasis of Hope Center, Tacoma, WA, 98405. Phone - (253) 383-0077
While supplies last, may offer meals, food, clothing, and other goods, including personal care items.

Pregnancy Aid of Tacoma
902 Market St., Tacoma, Washington, 98402. Dial (253) 383-4100
Women who are pregnant or who think they may be pregnant can receive free baby items, pregnancy tests, maternity clothes, and counseling. There are also free diapers and baby wipes in Pierce County.

Rainier View Christian Church
Main address - 12305 Spanaway Lp Rd S, Tacoma, WA, 98444. Dial (253) 531-0757

Rescue Mission
425 South Tacoma Way, Tacoma, WA, 98402. Call (253) 383-4493
A low cost thrift store. Electronics, clothes, furniture and more may be sold, with the money used to fund operations. The homeless in Pierce County can get socks, sleeping bags, underwear and other personal stuff.

Saint Francis Cabrini Church
Main address is 5715 108th St SW, Lakewood, WA 98499. Call the center at (253) 655-7837
Offers very limited assistance with clothing and furniture needs. Limited financial aid for bills such as rent and utilities may be provided too.







Spana Park Senior Center
325 152nd St E, Spanaway, Washington, 98387. Main phone - (253) 537-4854
The elderly can get free stuff, whether medical equipment, clothes, furniture, mobility goods or something else.

Tillicum/American Lake Gardens Community Center
14916 Washington Ave SW, Lakewood, WA, 98498. Call (253) 584-1280
Provides free clothing, coats, and more to the community.

Trinity Presbyterian Church
1615 6th Ave, Tacoma, Washington, 98405. Telephone: (253) 272-8819
The non-profit charity offers clothing for all ages of residents at no cost to those in need. School uniforms and holiday goods may be available. Also provides the needy with small household goods such as books, toys, winter coats and dishes when available. Some small furniture items, like pots and pans, sofas, or desks may be offered.

United Methodist Church of Lakewood, Virginia's Clothing Bank
Location is 129 Clarks Mill Rd, Ringgold, VA 24586. Main Phone: (434) 822-5153
This location only supports low income and Lakewood area residents in need of help. Free stuff is given to qualified low income residents.


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