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Free stuff near you.

There are a number of places to get free stuff near you. Families living on a limited income, or paycheck to paycheck or that are going through a financial hardship, can turn to a local church, charities, or non-profit organization. Generally, these types of agencies will have generally refurnished items from furniture banks or clothing closets. There are also pantries that will give out items for free that may be near, such as food, kitchen supplies, and the like. Or sites such as Craigslist or Facebook provide items as well. Find where to get free stuff for you and your family below.

Often times a family can stop in at one of these locations at the free stuff on that same day – so today. However, most of the charitable type organizations do have limited hours. In addition, the inventory of goods will also often depend on what is donated from the community. Whether it is food, furniture, appliances, electronics, computers or some other stuff the locations do their best to meet the needs of the family who may be struggling and that just a little help.

Charities, churches and non-profits support the community in different ways. There are many types of free goods near you that may be offered. There may be stuff for stuff single mothers or veterans. The formerly homeless that are moving into a home or apartment can get items they need. There are also food boxes of food for the hungry, clothes, beds for kids and so much more.

  • Clothing closets (listed below) may have free stuff near you, including school supplies, work or school uniforms, winter attire, hygiene supplies and more.
     
  • Furniture banks and distribution centers can provide items for a home, including appliances, washers or dryers, beds, couches, tables and other stuff similar to that.
     
  • Food banks, pantries, and soup kitchens work on feeding struggling families, children, and the elderly. They give stuff like groceries or ingredients or free food boxes.
     
  • There are ways to get free stuff from Craigslist, Facebook, and other free giveaway websites or smart phone apps. Whether low income (or not) there are people that giveaway a wide variety of surplus goods that they no long need.

There may be other ways to get free stuff too, such as Craigslist, Facebook, thrift stores (with vouchers), Offer Up, and other physical as well as online places. They will be in addition to the agencies that help very low-income or proof families. Each of these programs, as well as the places that operate them, will have a diverse quantity of usually gently used (but sometimes new) items near you.

 

 

 

Places for free items near you

The list below includes food banks as well as “general” purpose clothing or furniture banks. Most are open daily (during the week) and give away free items, whether food or personal goods, to families who need help. They also collect donations from the community.

Alabama

  • Alabama free food banks
     
  • When struggling, get help from charities or free clothing closets churches that give out free stuff in AL. There are also furniture banks, local focused websites such as Facebook groups and other assistance programs for personal or free household stuff in Alabama include

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Massachusetts

  • Massachusetts free food banks
     
  • A major focus is on giving free items to the elderly, working poor and seniors in Massachusetts. Find where (and how) to get free stuff from charities, churches, and non-profits. There are charities with free clothing closets, vouchers for the poor or people on social security as well as and furniture banks. Locate everything from space heaters to personal goods like winter coats or household stuff in Massachusetts include

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  • Nevada free food banks
     
  • Free clothing closets as well as charities give free items to the low income, gig workers or people in the casino industry. Also locate free stuff from furniture banks, local charities in NV and get personal goods, supplies for kids or household stuff in Nevada include

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New Mexico

  • New Mexico free food banks
     
  • Immigrants, including illegal, as well as others can get free items online (from Facebook or Craiglist and other sites) as well as charities or churches near them in NM. Get help from free clothing closets, immigration centers, voucher programs and furniture banks in New Mexico. Find assistance and free stuff in the regions below.

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West Virginia

  • West Virginia free food banks
     
  • Whether unemployed, or a recovered substance abuse or a low income family, find free items near you (both online from FB or craiglist) or from charities. et help from free clothing closets, non-profits and furniture banks. Apply for appliances, personal, computers for work or school or other fee stuff in West Virginia.

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Wyoming

  • Free clothing closets and furniture banks for personal or household stuff in Wyoming include

By Jon McNamara

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