|Adventist Community Service Center - People Helping People||Provides temporary relief in the following when funding or goods are available:
- Clothing, shoes (new and used);
- Linens, bedding;
- Household items ;
- Health screening;
- Nutrition education;
- CPR classes;
- Counseling seminars||Montgomery||Adventist Community Service Center - Montgomery; Eagleville||Adventist Community Service Center|
|Associated Charities - New Foot Ware for Children||Provides new foot ware & boots to children.||Crawford||Associated Charities||Associated Charities|
|Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Pittsburgh Greene County - Shoe Distribution||Provides shoes for children||Greene||Catholic Charities of Greene County||Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Pittsburgh, Inc.|
|Center for Family Services - Main Office - Sol Stern Shoe Program||Each July and August, funds are used to purchase new shoes for children living in the Meadville area.||Crawford||Center for Family Services - Main Office||Center for Family Services|
|Central Presbyterian Church - Clothing Closet||Gently used clothing and shoes for men, women and children at reasonable prices and donated items to people who need a hand.||Allegheny||Central Presbyterian Church||Central Presbyterian Church|
|Centre County Limited Clothing Resources - Services||These services are for specific types of clothing. Use other services for general clothing needs.
Winter Wear: Buffalo Run Church (Bellefonte) - 355-9156
NOV & DEC ONLY, Sat 9:00-1:00 - Coats, hats, etc.
Shoes: St. Pauls Church (State College) - 237-2163
Sat 9:00-12:00 (OBO)- referral or Med. Access card required
Maternity/Baby: Assembly Church - State College - 238-3800||Centre||Centre County Limited Clothing Resources - Program||Centre County Limited Clothing Resources|
|Clothing Closet Stroudsburg Wesleyan Church||Provides a scheduled distribution of clothing to those in need.
CLOTHING CLOSET stocks a wide variety of infant, toddler, children, teen and adult sized “gently used” clothing. Also accept donations of shoes, boots, coats and accessories (such as backpacks, purses, belts, etc.). Periodically, has professional clothing such as scrubs or work-type pants available for adults. And, when prom time or school programs come around, has a variety of “dress up” clothes for kids and teens.
The Clothing Closet is opened Wednesdays 4-5:30pm and the
1st & 3rd Sundays 1:30-3pm. Open to all in need.||Monroe||Stroudsburg Wesleyan Church||Stroudsburg Wesleyan Church |
|Cradles To Crayons - Shoes||Provides shoes.||Philadelphia||Cradles to Crayons - Montgomery; Conshohocken||Cradles to Crayons|
|Fairy Godmothers - Prom Fair||The Fairy Godmothers Inc helps provide a special high school prom experience for financially qualified high school girls by collecting gowns, shoes, jewelry, make up and other items for The Prom Fair. While at the Prom Fair a personal shopper, one of our many volunteers, will escort you as you pick out a gown and the accessories you need for the prom. Most of the gowns have never been worn before while others have only been worn only once.
The following rules will be in effect at the fair:
- Must be a junior or senior currently enrolled in a high school with a hardship.
- The student must be present, no other person is permitted to shop for them
- Each girl must have a curent VALID STUDENT ID with them
- Volunteers will serve as personal shopper for the students attending the prom fair
- Students will be asked to wait until a volunteer personal shopper becomes available before she can begin shopping.
- Small children are not permitted in the shopping area.
- Gowns / accessories are given on a first-come first-serve basis.
- Each girl is allowed to receive ONE gown, plus related accessories and makeup, if available.
- Each girl must complete an information card prior to entering the prom fair||Montgomery||Fairy Godmothers, Inc. - Montgomery; Hatboro||Fairy Godmothers|
|Good News Fund/Shoe Our Children||Provides shoes for all needy children throughout the area.||Mercer||Good News Fund/Shoe Our Children||Good News Fund/Shoe Our Children|
|Greensburg District United Methodist Church - Project Happy Feet||Happy Feet is a project sponsored by the Greensburg District which gives vouchers to school nurses to give to children who need shoes.||Westmoreland||Greensburg District United Methodist Church||Greensburg District United Methodist Church|
|In Ian's Boots - Shoe Donation||In Ian's Boots gives footwear, at no cost, to those in need. In Ian's Boots encourages youth leadership via community outreach and volunteerism.||Chester||*Main Site (In Ian's Boots, Inc.)||In Ian's Boots|
|In Ian's Boots - Shoes||Giving footwear to those in need. Encouraging youth leadership via community outreach and volunteerism.||Chester||*Main Site (In Ian's Boots, Inc.)||In Ian's Boots|
|Juniata United Methodist Church Angel Feet Ministry||Shoes for children ages infant to 6th grade.||Blair||Juniata United Methodist Church Angel Feet Ministry||Juniata United Methodist Church|
|Lock Haven Shoe Bank||A non-profit volunteer organization that provides shoes to children of the community in need; housed inside the Covenant United Methodist Church located at 44 W Main St, Lock Haven, PA 17745. Open on the third Saturday of every month from 11:00 am until 2:00 pm. Children of families with a PA ACCESS card are eligible for a new pair of sneakers, a pair of socks and a couple of books. There is no charge for this service.||Clinton||Lock Haven Shoe Bank||Lock Haven Shoe Bank |
|People's Pantry at Church Road - Clothing Assistance||Clothing Assistance is a place where people can come for clothing to get them through a rough period in their lives. The congregation of Covenant Presbyterian Church and the community at large donate everything given through the Pantry.||Chester||Deacon's Pantry - Chester; Malvern||People's Pantry at Church Road |
|Salvation Army, York, Family Services, Seasonal Programs||2019 CHRISTMAS REGISTRATION
October 21st through October 25th from 9:00am to 4:00pm
October 23rd Evening registration for families who work during the day at 5:00pm to 8:00pm
You must sign up in person.
Offers assistance with:
Holiday food and holiday gifts for children through the Christmas Cheer and Angel Tree programs
Offers winter coats for children and adults through the coats for kids program
Helps children with school shoes through the harry miller back to school shoe program.
||York||Salvation Army, York, Family Services||Salvation Army - York County|
|Sole to Soul Christian Shoe Ministry||Offers free new sneakers and socks on the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of the month from 10am to 12pm
Clients must either have a referral from a social service agency or have a PA Access Card.||York||Sole to Soul Christian Shoe Ministry||First United Methodist Church, York County|
|Step by Step Shoe Bank||Provides free, new, mid-quality sneakers to children and teens in the Red Lion and surrounding areas||York||Step by Step Shoe Bank||Pleasant View Church|
|United Communities Southeast Philadelphia - Clothing Bin||Program offers gently used clothing item including footwear to community resident free of charge also accepts clothing donations.||Philadelphia||United Communities Southeast Philadelphia - Philadelphia; South Philadelphia||United Communities Southeast Philadelphia|
|United Methodist Human Services: Project Shoes||Project Shoes provides new, well-fitting, seasonally appropriate footwear to under-resourced children (primary school-age) in need of shoes. Shoes are distributed through enrolled schools and agencies. Contact child’s school to learn if your school is enrolled in the program.
||Cambria||United Methodist Human Services||United Methodist Human Services|
|Washington Christian Outreach - Shoes for Kids||Provides shoe for children for any needy or low-income children.||Washington||Washington Christian Outreach||Washington Christian Outreach|