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Free clothes, furniture, and back to school supplies Pinal County.

Many of the free clothing closets and furniture banks in Pinal County provide various services, including free furniture for homes, school supplies or uniforms, diapers ,and general clothes. There is help for qualified, low income or struggling families. While each charity program that gives out free stuff will vary, they will of course offer free clothes when possible. But other centers, most of which operate as charities or even furniture banks in Pinal County, may also have free school supplies, furniture, appliances, personal hygiene items, work attire, and even gift certificates.

Programs can also be targeted towards certain people. There are basic needs given to women or children impacted by domestic violence, the homeless, and senior citizens. Many of the clothing closets as well as free furniture banks in Pinal County are focused on items that someone needs for self-sufficiency though. This may be assistance in getting work clothing (suits, shoes, dresses, etc.) as well as items for students to use at school (uniforms, book bags, computers, etc.).

Each non-profit will offer their own form of support. If they can't assist, then referrals may be given to other clothing closets or thrift stores in the greater Casa Grande Arizona area.

Against Abuse
Location is 119 N Florence St.
Casa Grande, Arizona 85122-4418
Main phone - (520) 836-1239
Another location is at 110 E 1st St., Casa Grande, Arizona 85122-5202
They only assist victims/survivors of domestic violence. Resources include counseling, legal support, as well as clothes or free furniture for a new, safe home or apartment. When someone is moving to a new, safe home there may also be furniture or household items provided to them for free to get them started. Mothers may be given free diapers or baby supplies too.

Community Alliance Against Family Abuse
185 N Apache Trail,
Apache Junction, Arizona 85120-3970
(480) 982-0196
Assists domestic violence and victims of other criminal activities.




Desert Rose Wellness Center
846 W Cottonwood Ln
Casa Grande, AZ 85122-2223
For information, dial (520) 876-0004
The disabled, those with a mental illness, or substance abusers can get free clothing and their needs met.

Family First Pregnancy Care Center and Family Diaper Bank
Location - 1575 W American Ave
Oracle, Arizona 85623-6182
(520) 896-9545
Free diapers, maternity clothes, and other goods are for teens, single moms, and even males with children or newborns. There may also be free furniture for new moms, such as cribs, car seats, beds for kids, and similar goods.

Genesis Project
564 N Idaho Rd
Apache Junction, Arizona 85119-4003
(480) 225-7757
The charity in Pinal County has food, vouchers, clothing, bottled water, and more. There is some basic medical care provided along with school supplies to children, including backpacks or book bags.

Open Hands Thrift Shop
Address: 204 W Central Ave
Coolidge, Arizona 85128-4705
(866) 721-5780
Everything from antiques to general clothing, school supplies, electronic, and tablets may be sold. they also have furniture - couches, computers, desks, chairs, lamps, appliances (washers or dryer or kitchen appliances) and similar goods.





Goodwill Thrift store/Donation Center
Address is 20924 N John Wayne Pkwy
Maricopa, AZ 85139-2958
Another site is in the San Tan Valley at 561 E Bella Vista, Ste 105, San Tan Valley, Arizona 85143-5202. Call (480) 987-8219.
Furniture, couches, sofas, kitchen pots and pans and many other gently used furniture items are offered.

Hope Women's Resource Center
252 N Ironwood Dr
Apache Junction, Arizona 85120-3877
There are various goods from the charity. Women or teenagers can get household products, diapers, clothing for women and children, car seats, and more.

Society of Saint Vincent de Paul of Pinal County
Main location is 405 E 2nd St
Casa Grande, Arizona, 85122
Dial (520) 836-200
Various parishes and conferences are part of the SVDP in Pinal County. There is a free furniture as well as clothing bank, food pantry, and basic needs. The parishes also offer financial aid. Whether it is a few dollars for bills, or free year round clothes or a couch, computer, or say bedroom set, the charity can assist.

Valley Humane Society Thrift Store
Main address: 15699 W Aniceto Rd
Casa Grande, Arizona 85122-9346
(520) 836-0904
The low cost center is open to the public. Furniture, appliances, kitchen utensils, Christmas toys, and more are sold.

Tri-Community Thrift Shop
108 Redwood Dr
Mammoth, AZ 85618
Telephone: (520) 487-2010







Salvation Army center in Casa Grande
Location: 1333 N. Center Ave
Casa Grande, Arizona 85222
Phone: (520) 421-4480
Whether it is financial aid for bills, case management, or basic needs such as free back to school supplies or Christmas toys, the charity helps. They also provide food, meals, and referrals. Students from ages K-12, including immigrants and Spanish speakers, can get free backpacks, uniforms, hygiene supplies and help for the school year. Find more details on Salvation Army assistance programs in Pinal County.

J O Combs Unified School District Food and Clothing Bank
Address is 301 E Combs Rd
San Tan Valley, AZ 85140-9164
Main number - (480) 987-5304
The program only helps low income families and students that live in the district. Sneakers, shoes, pens, pencils, computers, and other school supplies can be offered to kindergarten to high school aged kids.

Mobile Elementary School District #86
Main address: 42798 S 99th Ave
Maricopa, Arizona 85139-2106
(520) 568-2280
People with proof of need, that live in the school district, can apply for supplies, food, hot breakfast or lunches, and more goods.


By Jon McNamara


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