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Free clothes, school supplies and furniture Ventura County.

Get information on places to turn to for free clothes, furniture and household stuff in Ventura County California. Items offered include back to school supplies, furniture for a new home, diapers, kitchen appliances and more. Lower income families, the disabled, and seniors may be able to receive stuff from free clothing closets, thrift stores, or furniture banks. Find free clothes and furniture near you in Ventura County CA.

Get details on where and how to get free school uniforms supplies for students, household goods (appliances, laptops or furniture), computers or desks, and of course clothes for everyday wear. Furniture banks in Venture also give out free couches, mattresses, beds or even stuff for a baby, such as a crib or car seat. People from the community can always donate surplus, gently used items to these centers as well. There are also items including Apple iPhones from the government or donations, which are given away for free to the low income. Locate a free government iPhone.

The locations provide low income families, veterans, single moms, and immigrants (among others) help. The free clothing or furniture banks are a source of gently used clothing, furniture, and other basic needs. Individuals can receive items such as coats for their children, clothes or uniforms for school or work, or toys and gifts around a birthday. Some centers may distribute gift cards or vouchers that people can use to acquire goods at local retailers or thrift stores. Most Ventura County charities also provide help to Spanish speakers as well as immigrants in the community.

Funding and resources are limited, and the clothing closets really depend on the generosity and contributions from people in the greater Ventura community. So while the centers will do their best to meet the demand, unfortunately not everyone will be able to get help.

Get free stuff in Ventura County area

Catholic Charities of Ventura County
Clothing closet/social center address - 612 Fitch Ave, Moorpark, CA 93021. Phone number is 805-529-0720
As funding permits, offers free clothing assistance and holiday programs. This can include birthday gifts, toys, and meals. Social workers will also try to direct individuals to work appropriate clothing, including uniforms or maybe a suit for an interview.

There is a free furniture bank, clothing closet, and food pantry at the charity. While more limited, may have financial assistance to help with bills. There is also a low cost thrift store at this Catholic Charities with furniture, cribs, couches, washers or dryers, fridges, and other items for sale.




Conejo Valley Senior Concerns, Inc.
80 E Hillcrest Drive, Thousand Oaks, CA, 91360. Dial 805-373-0504
Senior programs are offered, including medical supplies like crutches or walkers. Find other information on free medical equipment for senior citizens.

Lutheran Social Services
Address: 80 E. Hillcrest Drive, Thousand Oaks, CA, 91360. Telephone - 805-497-6207
A focus is on the homeless. Offers case management, free clothing vouchers, laundry and mail center. Case managers and volunteers offer referrals as well as direction for additional services, including emergency shelter and hot meals. There will also be free sleeping blankets or socks in Venture County, underwear, adult size general use clothing items and more.

Salvation Army Ventura
155 S Oak Street, Ventura, CA, 93001. Phone 805-648-4977
May have free furniture vouchers for victims of a disaster. Other financial aid from the Salvation Army includes funds for clothes for work, medications, and school supplies. The Angel Tree is also available in Ventura, and it can provide free birthday clothing and toys to children or seniors. During the fall months low income parents as well as immigrants can apply for free back to school supplies, book bags, and other goods. Continue with Salvation Army in Ventura.

Catholic Charities of Ventura County - Caridades Catolicas
303 N Ventura Avenua, Ventura, California, 93001. Call 805-643-4694 for intake
A thrift store sells gently used furniture, toys, household items and appliances. Holiday programs offered as funds permit. A clothing closet is on site too. Also offers case management, free legal assistance for homeless population, and limited appliance repair programs in partnership with volunteers.





SVDP of Ventura County
Multiple parches are part of the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul. The family housing programs may give free, basic items for a home. It is a “quasi” furniture bank with beds, refurbished computers, kitchen sets, couches, appliances including free washer or dryers and more. There is also food, hot meals, and other aid. Continue with SVDP Ventura county assistance programs.

Marys Closet
Address is 550 North A Street, Oxnard, CA 93030. Call 805-721-0682
They only help new moms (or single mothers) with kids under the age of 7. Get free clothes, diapers, small toys, shoes and other stuff from the charity.

Assistance League of Ventura County
Location is 913 E Santa Clara St, Ventura, CA 93001
The main program is Operation School Bell. The charity gives away new school clothing, backpacks, shoes, tablets, undergarments, and personal grooming kits to children and students from low-income homes. There are free school supplies in Hueneme, Ocean View, Oxnard and Ventura school districts. Find an Assistance League near you.

St. Rose of Lima Church and the clothing bank is in St Rose of Lima Catholic School
Location is 1305 Royal Ave, Simi Valley, CA 93065. Main Phone: (805) 526-1732
Offers gently used and new clothing, toys, shoes, under garments, and books. A food pantry is on site too. A major focus is on helping kids and students in school, and there will be free notebooks, backpacks, pens, pencils and other supplies in Venture County.

Interface Children & Family Services
4001 Mission Oaks Boulevard, Camarillo, CA, 93010. Telephone number - 805-643-4411 or (805) 485-6114
A clothing closet is free for clients. The center also offers certain low income families gift cards to retailers. Or students can get books or enroll into ESL classes. There is also a cheap thrift store for vintange items, household stuff (couches, desks, etc.) and other items.

First 5 Ventura County
 2580 E Main St #203, Ventura, CA 93003. Phone: (805) 648-9990 or call (805) 981-2892
Offers services to children (and their parents) that range in age from prenatal to age five living in the El Rio area. Clothing, formula, diapers, and other items may be available.

Christ The King Roman Catholic Mission - Dignity Health - St. John's Regional Medical Center
Address: 535 Cooper Rd, Oxnard, CA 93030. Dial 805-988-2651

Can pass out clothes and diapers to needy families.





The Samaritan Center - Simi Valley
280 Royal Ave, Simi Valley, CA 93065. Main Phone: (805) 579-9166
A major focus is on homeless people, migrant farm workers and refugees in Venture County. Get free clothes, food baskets, socks, winter jacket, jeans and more. The goal is to provide free stuff in time of need as well as long term support.

Life Centers of Ventura County
4601 Telephone Rd Suite107, Ventura, CA 93003. Main Phone: (805) 486-2721 or Phone Numbers - 800-973-7334
Focuses on children and newborns. Offers free pregnancy testing, ultra-sounds, parenting classes, as well as baby and free maternity clothing for moms up to 24 months. Hospital and doctor referrals are given as well for free health care. They also give out free car seats, cribs, and furniture, such as changing tables, desks, lights and more for new low-income mothers.

Southern California American Indian Resource Center at the Ventura County Southern California Institute of Law
Address: 877 S Victoria Ave Suite #110, Ventura, CA 93003. Phone: (805) 765-6243
They help  Native Americans, as well as Alaska or Hawaiian Natives. Get help with job interview clothes or transportation to an interview. There are also free school supplies for kids from K-12 or adults preparing for a GED. Or get financial help to pay for a uniform, boos or school supplies, and clothing for job interviews.

Ventura County Rescue Mission
Location is 315 N A St, Oxnard, CA 93030. Main number - (805) 487-1234
A resource for the homeless, migrant farm workers, immigrants in Ventura County and poor. But a low cost thrift store is also on site. The charity will have blankets, sleeping bags, hygiene items, free boots or gloves for workers and professional work attire items too. Other free supplies may be for educational needs (school supplies) or even birthday toys for kids or furniture.

Life Choices Pregnancy Clinic of Ojai Valley, Centro de Embarazos de Ojai
Main center is at 1320 Maricopa Hwy., Ojai, CA, 93023. Call 805-646-6830
Free furniture for new or pregnant women, pregnancy testing kits, counseling and other goods are offered.

Children's Services Auxiliary
Referrals from Social Services or a foster Care agency are needed. Te non-profit is at 41 S Wake Forest Avenue, Ventura, California 93003. Only social service clients may apply .Call (805)289-1926
Parents or children going through Children and Family Services can get help. Glasses, free emergency clothes, school items, backpacks, winter or summer gear and more. Work and educational supplies are offered in Ventura County too.







Operation Homefront Southern California
1631 Sunflower Avenue, Santa Ana, California, 92704. Call 866-424-5210
Helps military members, veterans, and their families in Ventura County CA. Some emergency aid is offered. Resources include home repairs, critical baby items (food, formula, and diapers), free home and appliance repair. There is also a free furniture bank that may have beds, tables, lamps, as well as other furniture or household items.


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