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San Bernardino County free back to school supplies.

Find how, and where to get free back to school supplies, uniforms, clothes, backpacks and related goods in San Bernardino County. Several charities, churches, and even government affiliated agencies offer annual programs to help students from lower income households from grades K to 12. There are also free school supplies for immigrants or migrant workers, the unemployed, Spanish speakers, and single parents (among others) in the San Bernardino area. Find details below, and that is only a sampling. If more help is needed, try free clothing banks in San Bernardino County.

The charities depend on donations and volunteers. This means the amount of clothing and school supplies will vary from year to year. There may be items such as notebooks or backpacks. Or students can get crayons, pens, pencils, or writing items. Some San Bernardino County charities may give students free laptops, desktop computers, or Chromebooks. Or get calculators, rulers, protractors and more. Clothes are also offered, including sneakers, pants, jackets, and school uniforms.

Inland Regional Center
1365 S Waterman Ave
San Bernardino, CA 92408
(909) 890-3000
They are a multi-facted non-profit that offers a number of assistance programs and social services. One is an annual back to school supply event, which gives free supplies as well as hygiene supplies. Kids can also get haircuts, information on dental check ups and other help.

Salvation Army San Bernardino County seasonal help
There are various programs, including during the back to school shopping season, for low income families, immigrants, and the working poor. Get free back to school supplies and uniforms. This includes gift cards or certificates, backpacks full of items, food, notebooks, computers and more. There is also financial help, job programs, and many other educational programs. More details on free items and supplies from Salvation Army in San Bernardino.

The Rock Church and World Outreach Center
2345 S Waterman Ave
San Bernardino, CA 92408
For information on clothes and assistance for students, dial (909) 825-8887




Inland Empire United Way
9644 Hermosa Avenue
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730
Phone number for referrals is 909-980-2857
They give free referrals. San Bernardino County families, no matter their income, can learn about food pantries, school supply assistance programs, clothing closets and more. There are also ESL classes, summer camps, sneakers or backpack programs and other resources for students.

Community Action Agency of San Bernardino County
Everything from information on scholarship programs (from non-profits and corporations) to government grants, USDA free breakfast and lunch programs for students, and school supplies may be offered. The community action agency also offers grants for bills, housing, employment, and other resources. Continue with San Bernardino County Community Action Agency.

Children’s Fund in San Bernardino and Sydney Paige Foundation Backpack & School Supplies Drive
Location is 348 W Hospitality Ln
San Bernardino, CA 92408
(909) 379-0000

Fontana First-Assembly of God
16580 San Bernardino Ave
Fontana, CA 92335
Phone: (909) 829-1911
There is a food pantry and free clothing bank. Based on donations, get clothes, sneakers, writing material, crayons and toys for kids in elementary school, winter coats, notebooks and other goods. Students, no matter their income, deserve help during the summer and school year, and this church assists.

All Nations Worship Assembly-San Bernardino
Main address is 909 N D St.
San Bernardino, CA 92410
(888) 270-0988

First Baptist Church Hesperia Clothing Closet
9280 Maple Ave
Hesperia, California 92345
Main number is (760) 244-4109
They focus on the city of Hesperia. The charity gives away food, clothes, and school supplies (during the summer and fall months).





Family Service Association
612 Lawton St
Redlands, California 92374
(909) 793-2673
There is a free clothing bank as well as case management. Families, including Spanish speakers, can get free backpacks, notebooks, laptops, clothes and school supplies. Students can also get referrals for free dental cleanings, hygiene supplies, and even makeup or personal goods.

Vida Life Ministries
11608 Cedar Ave
Bloomington, California 92316
(323) 823-4762

Operation Provider
26525 Pine Ave
Rimforest, California 92378
(909) 337-8585
Programs include education support as well as free, emergency school supplies. There are gift cards, clothes such as sneakers or jeans, transportation programs, and financial aid. Children who are looking to grow and learn (as well as parents) are a focus.

SVDP - Society of Saint Vincent de Paul
839 Front St, Needles, CA 92362. Call (760) 326-4420
249 S. Diamond Bar Blvd, Diamond Bar, California, 91765. Phone 951-836-8330
They operate a low cost thrift store and give out (or sell) textbooks, computers, clothes, and items that kids can use for school. Also financial aid and other resources may be offered.

Moses House Ministries
Address is 15180 Anacapa Rd.
Victorville, CA 92392
(760) 955-1895
A free storehouse is offered for San Bernardino County residents. There may be clothes (for kids and pregnant moms). Or get textbooks, backpacks for school, pens and pencils, chrome books, and other items. There is also help, including free school supplies for K-12 students, for non-English speakers.





Unity Hall
15500 Seventh St
Victorville, California 92395
Telephone number is (760) 955-5958
Students and children can get clothes for school, including (but not limited too) pants, dresses, shirts, shoes, underwear, socks, coats, school uniforms, and other goods.

By Jon McNamara











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