Clothing and Hygiene Services



Bellevue Youth Link Teen Closet

P: (425) 452-2846

Kids coat and book drives also available



Bread of Life Mission

P: (206) 682-3579

97 S. Main St., Central Seattle

Offering a women’s clothing program, men’s LifeChange program, emergency services shelter, Christian counseling program, hygiene kit program, drive-by fooding program, FareStart job program, and WDVA program.



Bridge Care Center

P: (206) 789 0220

5710 22nd Ave NE Bldg B, Ballard

Tues 10am-12pm

Located one block east of Ballard Commons Park, one block north of Ballard Public Library, behind/east of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church. Clothing closets for men and women, clothes/shoes, hygiene products, coats, cold weather and outdoor gear, sleeping bags, backpacks, etc. as available.



Donald Loomis Memorial Clothing Bank

P: (360) 829-6605

250 Main St., Buckley, Enumclaw

September-May - Wed from 1-3 pm; and 1st and 3rd Sat from 10am-12pm

Clothing bank for those who feel that they need help getting by in a time of need. In order to shop at the Clothing Bank you must reside within the White River or Carbonado School Districts.



Dress for Success

P: (206) 461-4472

600 Pine St., Suite 310, Pacific Place, Central Seattle

Professional attire serving women and men for job interviews. Must have referral from case manager and schedule an appointment.



Facing Homelessness

P: (206)632-7299

4001 9th Ave NE, University District

Window of kindness distributing emergency supplies and hot drinks Tue-Thur 3-5pm; small home building; Community clean-ups.



God’s Closet

P: (509)995-4561

21650 24th Ave S, Des Moines

Additional Location in Lacey (Thurston County).

$1 entry fee to fill a bag with clothing.



Jubilee Women’s Center

P: (206) 324-1244

620 18th Ave. E., Central Seattle

Boutique Hours Wed 9am-1pm by appointment only. Jubilee’s free boutique offers clothing, shoes, personal items, and accessories to women in need. Housing services and computer lab also available.



Needle Exchange

P: (206)263-2000

Locations throughout Seattle area.



Plateau Outreach Ministries Food and Clothing Bank

P: (360) 825 8961 ext. 3

1806 Cole St., Enumclaw

Wed. 9am-12pm

Located directly behind More Pennies from Heaven Thrift Store, with an entrance on Marshall Street.



Providence Regina House

P: (206) 763-9204

8201 10th Ave. S., Suite 6, Seattle

Thursday from 12:30 p.m. - 2 p.m. and on Saturdays from 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.

Provides services to customers living in the following zip codes: 98108, 98148, 98168, and 98188. Partners with many community organizations to offer many different resources including free flu shots, health and nutrition information, seeds and plant starts, food stamp education and blood pressure screenings. Large holiday program in the months of November and December.



St. Francis House

P: (206) 621-0945

1108 E. Spruce St., Central Seattle

Open for clients Tue, Wed, Thur from 10am-1pm.

Clients can pick up care packages and clothing. Come to the entrance via Alder Street.



St. James Episcopal Church

P: (253) 852-4100

24447 94th Ave. S., Kent

Mon 1-4pm, Tue 9am to 12pm, Wed 1-4pm

Utility assistance, gas and store vouchers, IDs, water, food, clothing, emergency assistance, and more. Appointment required.



Transform Burien

P: (206) 839-6620

15623 Des Moines Memorial Dr., Burien

Clothing Bank is open during meal times. Sun 3-5pm and Wed 12-12pm

Provides clothing, toiletries, blankets, and other necessities free of charge to people in need. Also provides sack meals, and laundry, medical, and dental services. Free showers.



Urban Rest Stop

P: (206)332-0110

1924 9th Ave, Central Seattle

Mon-Fri 5:30am-9:30pm (Closed from 12:30-1:30); Sat-Sun 8am-2pm

Free use of: Restrooms, laundry facilities, shower, toiletries.

Shower sign up in person only, same day. 6:30pm last laundry appointment, 7pm last shower.

King County Metro Buses: 10, 11, 12, 14, 43, 49, 66, and 70.

Ballard Location: (206)258-3626

2014B NW 57th St, Ballard (Entrance behind gray gate to left of Cheryl Chow Court Entrance)

Mon-Fri 6:30am-12pm (Closed 10:30-11:30am)

Coveralls provided for those who need to wash what they are wearing; 1 load of laundry every other day and 1 shower a day. Shower sign up in person same day only.

King County Metro Buses: 15, 17, 18, 29, 40, 44, 994, and the D line.



Wellspring Family Services

P: (206) 902-4264

1900 Rainier Ave. S., Redmond

Mon-Fri 9am-4pm

Serving families with children 0-18 who are experiencing homelessness and poverty. Offering a personal-shopper program. Families can call to make a request for items, and pick up a package of supplies during open hours. Also offers housing services, early learning for homeless children, employment services, and counseling.



West Seattle Helpline Clothesline

P: (206) 932-4357

4425 41st Ave SW, South Seattle

Tue and Thur 10am-1pm

Customers can shop for new and like-new clothing. Selections available for all ages, from infant to adult. Must schedule an appointment. Food bank, rent, and utility assistance also available.

Food Distribution Hours: Tue 9am-1pm, Wed 10am-3pm, Thur 9am-2pm, Fri 10am-2pm





Bonney Lake Seventh Day Adventist Church

P: (253) 862-8620

11503 214th Ave E., Bonney Lake

The Community Services Department distributes clothing and other commodities on the 1st and 3rd Sun of the month from 5-7pm and the 1st and 3rd Mon of the month from 9-11am in the Fellowship Room behind the church. Also provide store gift cards for those in need, holiday meals, grocery purchases, and free haircuts.



Community Resource Connection Center (CRCC)

P: (253)383-3056 ext. 128

901 S 13th St, Tacoma

Mon-Fri 1-5pm

Many programs on offer for low income individuals: Northwest Furniture Bank referrals, driver’s license/ID replacements and renewals, birth certificates, food handler’s permits, prescription medications and eyeglasses, minor vehicle maintenance, rental screening fees, school assessment and employment fees, work clothes (must provide proof of employment and estimate price of items), applications for government phone and medical coverage, and vehicle tabs assistance.



Fircrest United Methodist Church

P: (253) 564-7862

1018 Columbia Ave., Fircrest

Giving clothes by emergency appointment only. Schedule on their website. Food pantry located in their driveway is open 24/7.



HopeSparks/Hope’s Closet

P: (253)565-4484

Three Locations in Tacoma. Gently used and new clothing, cleaning supplies, school supplies and backpacks, personal care items, diapers, wipes, and new toys for holiday program. Also offering: Behavioral health services, children’s developmental services, family support services, pediatric healthcare integration, and relatives raising children program.



Just Threads Clothing Bank

No Appointment Needed. Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm

925 Tacoma Ave S, Tacoma



Key Peninsula Family Resource Center

P: (253)884-5433

17010 S. Vaugn Road, Vaugn

Early learning and family support offering: Child and youth programs, including mentoring groups. Also provides basic needs (diapers, school supplies, clothing) and information about community resources; referral services (financial aid, healthcare, employment).



Lions 4 Kids House

18429 89th St. E., Bonney Lake

Wed. 3-7pm

Provides children in need with clothes, personal care items, school supplies, and other resources. Referral required. Please call your local assistance organization to see if they are a local partner.



Mel Korum Family YMCA

P: (253)841-9622

302 43rd Ave SE, Puyallup

Tue and Thur 7:30-9:30am

Showers, laundry cards, bus tickets, clothing, lunches, Coordinated Entry access, and other resources available.


Mother 2 Many

P: (253)921-2138

Locations in Sumner, Eatonville, Allen Yorke, Yelm, Buckley, and Puyallup

Serves food, drink, clothing, blankets, and sleeping bags for the homeless.



My Sister’s Pantry

P: (253)627-1186

621 Tacoma Ave. S., Tacoma

Food and Clothing Bank open 1st and 3rd Mon of the month from 2:30-5pm; and the 4th Sat of the month from 9am-12:30pm



Pat’s Closet

P: (253)272-8819

Trinity House, 1615 6th Ave, Tacoma

Thur 5pm, Fri 1pm. Everyone welcome, no paperwork required. Also operates Tony’s Kitchen, a free meal Fri 1-2pm; Trinity Afterschool Program (TAP) and Bobcat Learning Center; Trinity Nieghborhood Clinic Tue 5-7pm, free medical care no insurance required.



Pregnancy Aid

Locations in Auburn, Tacoma, Des Moines, Kent, and Olympia

Provides maternity clothing, as well as baby and children’s clothing. Free and confidential. Call the office closest you to schedule an appointment.



Sprinker Recreation Center

P: (253)798-4000

14824 C St S, Tacoma

Mon-Fri 10am-2pm


St Francis House

P: (253) 770-6991

322 7th St. SE, Puyallup

Tue and Thur 10:30am-11:30am, 12pm-1pm, 1:30pm-2:30pm

Fri 6:30pm-7:30pm, 8pm-9pm (must register by 7pm)

Shopping is by appointment only, one person at a time, and no children allowed.



St. Vincent De Paul

P: (253)426-1710

Locations in Seattle, Tacoma, and Puyallup

Tue-Sat 8am-5pm

Provides emergency assistance on a case by case basis to help pay for rent, basic needs, gas, food, clothing, or other. Proof of income and hardship info needed, no religious affiliation required. Operates Georgetown food bank in Seattle.



TACID (Tacoma Area Coalition of Individuals with Disabilities)

P: (253)565-9000

6315 S. 19th St., Tacoma

Mon and Fri 9:30am-5pm, Thurs 9:30am-830pm

Information and referral services includes emergency food and shelter, financial and legal assistance, basic needs and services, health care, and transportation. Peer support and counselors available.



Tacoma Center YMCA

P: (253)597-6444

1144 Market St, Tacoma

Mon & Fri 11am-2pm: Last call at 1:30pm

12-minute shower access; Photo ID required.


Wear It Out

215 166th St. S, Spanaway

Every Sat 10am-4pm

Gently used clothing free for anyone, any age.





Family Education and Support Services

P: (360) 754-7629

6840 Capitol Blvd SE, Tumwater

Mon-Thur 8am-5pm; Fri 8am-4pm

The Washington State Legislature has made funds available to assist lower income kinship caregivers with some basic needs. Eligible families may qualify for a one time Financial Grant to help with: Food, clothing, basic needs, school and youth activities, emergency utility and rent assistance, counseling, and transportation.