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Free clothing closets, furniture and school supply programs in Wyoming.

The typical clothing closet in Wyoming will have hundreds of items, including clothes, free back school supplies or uniforms, diapers, furniture and more available for the public. However what is provided will vary based on what was donated. There may be clothes for work or the winter, uniforms, free back to school supplies for kids, personal hygiene items, furniture for a new home or apartment and so much more. Any assistance from one of the non-profit clothing centers is passed out on a case by case basis, depending on need.

Since the locations will focus on helping families gain self-sufficiency, the centers will tend to pass out clothes for work first. That may be professional attire such as suits, dresses, pants, and belts. Another focus on many of the Wyoming clothing banks is on children, and if their parents need low income guidelines, then there may be backpacks or other supplies. Some Wyoming centers also have free furniture banks to help low or struggling families get the goods they need for their home or apartment.

If someone does not qualify for the programs at a clothing closet, then the next option is a thrift store. Some of those are listed below as well. Some of these sites will offer vouchers to pay for items such as furniture, cribs, or other household supplies. So the resources are extensive.

Salvation Army Family Services and Thrift Store - Sheridan
Address - 956 Coffeen Avenue
Sheridan, Wyoming 82801
Main phone - 307-672-2444
If a families income is low enough, then vouchers are given for free clothes, furniture, and household goods. There are also school supply giveaway events each year as well as even free birthday toys. Otherwise the thrift store sells items at discounted prices, including beds, furniture, couches and more. There is also an Angel Tree program for free Christmas toys or meals as well as back to school supplies for students.

The Room 1 Step Up Community Works!
Address: 327 South Main Street
Burns, WY 82053
Dial 307-286-5576 for information on the Laramie County charity.

Interfaith Family Support Services
211 West 19th Street
Cheyenne, WY 82001
Main Phone - 307-772-8770
A free clothing closet is open to the unemployed, working poor and homeless.





Pinedale Clothing Bank and Food Basket
104 North Bridger
Pinedale, WY 82941
They sell items at a discount. Clothing, sporting goods, furniture, and other items are passed out.

Salvation Army Center of Albany County
100 South Second Street
Laramie, Wyoming 82070
Phone: 307-742-5414
They only offer emergency assistance - the crisis needs to have occurred within the last 120 days. Programs range from financial aid to hotel vouchers to a food pantry.

Interfaith of Natrona County
300 North Center Street
Casper, WY 82601
Call 307-235-8043
Everything from Personal hygiene items to gasoline vouchers, diapers, prescription assistance, and gift certificates for clothes are offered.

Faith Assembly of God - Casper
4301 Casper Mountain Road
Casper, WY 82601
For intake, dial 307-265-9121
Hygiene items, sleeping bags for the homeless, winter hats, gloves, boots, and more may be given. There are also book bags for kids along with other school supplies for the new year.

Clothing Cottage – Laramie
Main address is 10 East University
Laramie, Wyoming 82072
The store is open limited hours. There may be household items, shoes, and more.





Catholic Charities of Cheyenne Wyoming
507 East 18th Street
Cheyenne, Wyoming 82001
Numerous social services are run in Laramie County. There is clothing, diapers for single moms, clothes for work, and household supplies. Students can be given free backpacks, book bags, and other school supply items too. A free furniture banks for kitchen supplies, chairs, utensils, and many other goods is offered too.

Needs, Inc. of Cheyenne
900 Central Ave
Cheyenne, WY 82007

Uinta County free clothing closet
350 City View Drive #203
Evanston, WY 82930
This is open to the public, but another focus is on helping domestic violence victims. Furniture, clothing, and other goods are available from this Wyoming non-profit. Free winter boots or coats for children, medical equipment for the disabled or elderly is also offered.

Platte County Ministry Co-op
951 Water St
Wheatland, WY 82201
Call 307-322-2141 for details.
The charity has gasoline and clothing vouchers, utility help and more. The assistance is available by referral, and clothes or meals are free to those that qualify.

Glenrock Community Services Thrift Store
615 E Deer St
Glenrock, Wyoming 82637

Examples of Wyoming Christmas Programs

  • Laramie County Community Christmas Program may have toys for children, food, clothing or games, and more. Phone – 307-632-5004. Or try Toys for Tots – 678-215-7584.
  • Platte County Angel Tree is run from the Department of Family Services office, 1556 Progress Ct., Wheatland, Wyoming.
  • Sweetwater County - Trees of Sharing is run by the Boys & Girls Club. Phone – 307-382-2639.

Council of Community Services -  Campbell County
111 East Third Street
Gillette, Wyoming 82716
Main Phone – 307-682-3129
A non-profit community action agency for Wyoming. They give out free professional work attire, dresses, slacks, and other goods. Most goods from the non-profit are work or educational related. They give students from low income families books, computers, backpacks, and other school supplies for free.

Carbon County COVE clothing center
Address is 415 W Buffalo St
Rawlins, Wyoming 82301
As far as basic needs, the thrift store and its volunteers have winter coats, supplies for seniors, and holiday meals or toys. Free Christmas toys from Adopt a Family are offered as well.







Community Service Block Grant Program - Converse County
They help with employment needs, such as ID, work clothing, transportation, dresses, child care, and other needs of the underemployed. The locations are 215 West Birch Street, Glenrock or 405 North Sixth Street, Douglas. Call 307-351-1222.

Central Wyoming Rescue Mission
Address: 230 North Park Street
Casper, WY 82601
Main phone - 307-265-2251
Personal hygiene, such as showers and laundry services, are combined with clothes and case management. Sleeping bags, blankets, hats and gloves for the homeless and more is offered too.

Fremont County Good Samaritan Center
921 East Washington Street
Riverton, Wyoming 82501
There is help for the disabled and working poor in Wyoming from the clothing closet. Hygiene items are provided along with clothing, shower, and hot meals, among other items.

Wyoming Kinship Advocacy Christmas and Back-To-School Programs
3001 Henderson, Suite H
Cheyenne, WY 82001
Low income and single parents can get toys, Gifts, clothes, and more for their kids during the holiday season, including Christmas.

Interfaith - Good Samaritan - Albany County
710 East Garfield St, Room 127
Laramie, WY 82070
Emergency assistance is combined with basic needs. There is also winter outwear, food, paper items, and clothes for every day use. There may also be help for transient in Wyoming, such as a bus ticket or car repair. In addition to clothing, money may be issued for rent or other bills or school items for kids in elementary or high school.





Montgomery Scott Richards Center
Location - 4700 Ocean Loop
Cheyenne, WY 82009

Pregnancy Resource Center – Pinedale
115 North Tyler Street
Pinedale, WY 82941
Free maternity clothes from a clothing closet are available along with diapers, pregnancy tests, counseling, and workshops. There may be baby furniture too, even including car seats, cribs, and more.

Project SAFE, Inc.
Wheatland, Wyoming 82201
Main phone - 307-322-4794
They help survivors of domestic violence and crimes.

By Jon McNamara


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