St. Louis free clothing closets.

Find clothes, free furniture, school supplies, household items and more from St. Louis Missouri based clothing closets. Several centers operate in the region and they provide items to those who are less fortunate. Many of the thrift stores and non-profit clothing closets also rely on donations from people in the community, so if you can donate to a center then please do so.

Some of the items in highest demand include work and school clothing, baby items, diapers, and gifts for children at Christmas or free toys for their birthday. Blankets, winter coats, and hygiene items may be offered to the homeless and residents that have the lowest incomes during the winter. Thrift stores will also sell goods to the general public. For individuals whose income is low enough, then a thrift store may provide you with vouchers so that families can acquire their items for free.

While not as common, some of the St. Louis area locations may have limited amounts of financial aid for paying for basic and emergency needs. This is definitely more rare and if it is available it would only be offered as a last resort.

St. Louis Adventist Community Services
Main address is 3221 Woodson Road
Saint Louis, Missouri 63114
Provides material goods, such as clothing and household items, to individuals in the immediate service area.




International Institute Of Metropolitan St. Louis
Address - 3654 South Grand Boulevard
Saint Louis, MO 63118
Main phone number is (314) 773-9090
This non-profit mostly focuses on immigrants and newcomers. The center can provide new Americans in the St. Louis area with used clothing, supplies, and household furnishings. The center may offer grants, vouchers, or coupons. A key offering is also referrals to resources for immigrants. Receive seasonal clothing, winter coats, personal items and shoes.

Joint Neighborhood Ministry
Location is 2911 McNair Avenue
Saint Louis, MO 63118
Call (314) 771-3987
The organization can provide free or low cost clothing for low-income families in the region.





Inner City Christian Church, Inc.
1956 East Warne Avenue
Saint Louis, Missouri 63107
Call (314) 385-9375 for intake

Mt. Olive Lutheran Church - Isaiah 58 Food Pantry
4246 Shaw Boulevard
Saint Louis, MO 63110
(314) 771-5714

St. Patrick Center
800 North Tucker Boulevard
Saint Louis, MO 63101
Main number is (314) 802-0700
If you need help, call the location. They can offer clothes from the on-site clothing closet, used suits, shoes for children, and maybe even gifts for children at Christmas.

Urban League Of Metropolitan St. Louis
8960 Jennings Station Road
Saint Louis, Missouri 63136
(314) 388-9840
Provides free, clean gently used clothing to clients. A focus is on self-sufficiency, so clothes may be offered for a job interview, or even if someone needs it for work. Or get information on career counseling. Continue with St. Louis Urban League.

Christ Pilgrim Rest Missionary Baptist Church
1341 North Kingshighway Boulevard
Saint Louis, MO 63113
(314) 367-2974
The church can offer personal hygiene products and clothing.

Salvation Army center
There are a few in the city and county of Saint Louis. Whether it it free back to school supplies (bookbags, backpacks, pens, pencils, etc.) or food or shelter, the charity helps the poor and less fortunate. They also offer free birthday or Christmas toys, food boxes, and other aid. More on Salvation Army assistance programs in St. Louis.

St. Johns Community Service Ministry Inc.
Clothing closet address - 2240 Saint Louis Avenue
Saint Louis, MO 63106
(314) 533-8668
Provides clothing to those who are in need.




Our Lady Of Perpetual Help, Inc.
4335 Warne Avenue
Saint Louis, MO 63107
(314) 535-9794
In addition to clothing, may have baby formula and diapers when available. Maternity clothes, or maybe even items like cribs may be offered too.

Sunshine Ministries, Inc.
1520 North 13th Street
Saint Louis, Missouri 63106
Phone number - (314) 231-8209
You need to make an appointment. If the individual qualifies, the center may offer clothing and school supplies for men, women and children.


By Jon McNamara

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