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Free clothes, furniture and school supplies Spokane County.

Low-income families will get free stuff in Spokane County, including clothes, back to school supplies or backpacks, furniture for a home or apartment and more. There are a number of charities and churches to get help from. Find free clothing closets and furniture banks in Spokane WA for personal or household stuff.

There will be a wide variety of items given away, based on donations and funding. Get everything from a free couch or mattress to beds, appliances (washers, dryers, fridges, etc.) as well as laptop computers for kids or adults working from home. There will also be free clothes for kids or adults as well as the homeless, including jackets, sneakers, socks, undergarments, school or work uniforms and more. Low cost thrift stores in Spokane County will also have gently used items often at a bargain price.

The free clothes closets, and charities, also help students get the school supplies they need, whether it is a backpack, Chromebook, pens or pencils and more. There are a number of charities that giveaway free back to school supplies as well as clothes and household stuff year round. Or people on government benefits, such as Medicaid, will get help, and locate free baby stuff through Medicaid.

Places for free stuff in Spokane County WA

Volunteers of America
525 West 2nd Avenue, Spokane, WA 99201. Call (509) 624-2378
They help the homeless, veterans, teens and others. One program is the Cross Walk Teen Shelter, which also gives out free clothing to homeless kids as well as drop-out prevention programs.

The City Gate Fellowship
A free clothing closet is at 170 South Madison Street, Spokane, WA 99201. Dial 509-455-9670
All free clothes passed out is first come and served. There are items for males and women in Spokane County.

YWCA of Spokane
930 North Monroe Street, Spokane, WA 99201. Main phone - 509-326-1190
Women will get free clothes for a job interview or start of a new job. There will be accessories, slacks or dresses, professional work attire or uniforms as well. Other job placement and training services are available too as well as the Our Sister's Closet program.




Our Place Community Ministries
Location is 1509 West College Avenue, Spokane, WA 99201. Call 509-326-7267
Free hygiene stuff is offered to the poor, unemployed, or homeless in Spokane WA. There is also a clothing bank, a free hygiene bank or personal toiletries. There is also an onsite free laundry facility that are all currently open for limited hours on Wednesdays and Thursdays

Catholic Charities of Spokane County and Eastern WA
25 West 5th Avenue, Spokane, WA 99204. Call 509-455-4986
A number of assistance programs are offered, including free clothes, baby stuff, car seats, maternity or newborn clothes and more. The main service is the CAPA/PREPARES (Childbirth and Parenting Assistance). New, low income or single moms, as well as pregnant women, will get help, even including small furniture items.

American Indian Community Center
Only Native Americans can use the non-profit. 1025 West Indiana Avenue, Spokane, WA 99205. Phone - 509-535-0886
There is free furniture and clothes as well as food. Get household furniture such as tables, couches or lamps, beds, and small appliances. Free clothes are offered year round too.

Salvation Army in Spokane
Main address is 222 East Indiana Avenue, Spokane, WA 99207. Phone - 509-325-6821
Free vouchers for basic needs are available from the charity. There are free back to school supply assistance programs for the low-income. Or use a free clothing closet, winter coats for kids or seniors in Spokane County and there is financial help. Single mom, the homeless and poor will get free clothes, backpacks for class, sneakers and items for kids or adults.

Vanessa Behan
2230 East Sprague Avenue, Spokane, WA 99202. Call 509-535-3155
The Basic Needs program helps new, low-income parents. There will be wipes, newborn or free maternity clothes and hygiene supplies. Or get free furniture for a newborn, such as a car seat.

Mission Community Outreach Center
Location is 1906 East Mission Avenue, Spokane, WA 99202. Telephone - 509-536-1084
A free clothing bank is at the charity. Get a jacket, winter coat, shoes and entire outfits too. Families with kids, newborns, or infants under 4 years of age will get free stuff.





Saint Vincent
There is a free furniture bank, a bargain thrift store, and clothes as well. The low-income, seniors and people with no money will get free or low-cost stuff. Or referrals are offered too, and more on Spokane County Saint Vincent de Paul help for the low income.

Serve Spokane
Location is 8303 North Division Street, Spokane, WA 99208. Dial 509-998-5722
The charity has a free Clothing Ministry. People, adults, unemployed and low-income families will get help. Clothes, school items, professional attire, and other free, clean clothing items are offered. .

Spokane Valley Partners
Location is 10814 East Broadway Avenue, Spokane Valley, WA 99206. Call 509-927-1153
A free furniture banks and clothing distribution center. The charity will giveaway free clothing, kitchen appliances or supplies and small household items for low income Spokane Valley families.

GreenHouse Community Center
A free clothing bank is at 211 Fir Avenue, Deer Park, WA 99006. Call 509-276-6897
Has a monthly clothing assistance program, only for members of the immediate community.

Martin Luther King Jr Family Outreach Center
Address: 500 S Stone St, Spokane, WA 99202. Phone: (509) 868-0856
Various Family Services are offered, including Free clothes, hygiene supplies and more. They also try to have seasonal assistance programs for low-income families in Spokane County. This includes stuff from Fulfillment- Achievement- Maturity- Enrichment Program (FAME), such as school supplies, backpacks, Chrome books and other stuff for kids grades K to 12 from the Teen tech Center.


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