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Westmoreland County and Greensburg free clothing closets and thrift stores.

Whether it is a charity clothing center or a thrift store in Westmoreland County, families have the ability to receive the free clothes and related items they need. The programs will differ by location. Some will provide free work clothes, winter gear or household items. Others are more seasonal and offer back to school supplies, offer vouchers or sell gently used items. However in all cases there will be some form of help provided to income qualified residents.

Some of the centers focus on new moms or babies, and they offer infant clothing or even diapers. Other organizations will also pass out school supplies during the fall or run seasonal, Christmas programs based on donations from the community. However those programs are not common.

More likely the applicant will be given some basic clothing items from a Westmoreland County non-profit. This may be for work or coats for children to keep warm during the winter months. More details are below.

Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Greensburg
Address is 711 East Pittsburgh Street
Greensburg, PA, 15601
Call 724-837-1840
Free baby or maternity clothing is passed out. The program is for infants. Vouchers may be given to families for shopping at local thrift stores. More on Catholic Charities in Westmoreland County.

Birthright of Westmoreland County
Main address - 121 North Main Street
Greensburg, PA, 15601
Telephone number: 724-832-2577
The non-profit also focuses on babies. Free pregnancy testing, maternity or infant clothes, cribs, car seats, and more is provided.

Life Way Pregnancy Center
Location of store - 1516 Ligonier Street
Latrobe, Pennsylvania, 15650
Call 724-539-2002 for information.





The Salvation Army - Delmont Clothing Closet Center
Address: 9 Freeport Street
Delmont, PA, 15626
Project Bundle-Up has free winter coats and boots. They also run a Back-to-School service, provide financial aid, meals, as well as Christmas toys. A thrift store is also on site. Shoes for kids, free backpacks, uniforms, and other supplies are given to students.

Project Bundle-Up - Greensburg Service Center
Address - 131 East Otterman Street
Greensburg, Pennsylvania, 15601
Low cost or outerwear items for low income children and senior citizens. Another distribution point is  1100 Clay Avenue Extension, Jeannette, PA, 15644 or try 308 Schoonmaker Avenue, Monessen, PA, 15062.

Christian Layman Corp Thrift Store
Address is 258 E Pittsburgh Street
Greensburg, Pennsylvania, 15601
Phone - 724-834-4464
The charity sells clothing to low income residents. Some people facing a crisis in Westmoreland County may be given a voucher.

Goodwill of Southwestern Greensburg
149 Donohoe Road
Greensburg, Pennsylvania, 15601
There is clothing, furniture, small appliances, household goods, Christmas toys or games, and baby furniture. Students can get supplies, books, or low cost computers.

Saint Vincent DePaul Coat Drive
820 Carbon Road
Greensburg, Pennsylvania, 15601
For hours, dial 724-837-1840
Winter coats, hats, boots, and gloves for kids and senior citizens as well as the working poor.




YWCA Thrift Store
221 South Maple Avenue
Greensburg, PA, 15601
Helps working women and job seekers in Westmoreland. Dresses, suits, pants, and more are passed out, in some cases for free.

Westmoreland Community Action - Holiday Assistance
226 South Maple Avenue
Greensburg, Pennsylvania, 15601
724-834-1260 Ext. 153
Holiday programs offer free Christmas toys, clothes, and more. Children and seniors that are in poverty or have no other means are some of the beneficiaries. They offer other support too, including help for job seekers, transportation, and more.


By Jon McNamara











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