There are 19 programs in the Clothing Category.

Assistance League of Stockton
Eligibility: None
Fees: None

Assistance League of Stockton is an all-volunteer organization dedicated to serving the community through philanthropic programs such as Operation School Bell®, which annually clothes over 1,200 school children in need. Other programs include: The Kids on the Block - puppet shows to teach tolerance for those who are different, and how to be safe at both home and school Book Buddies - volunteers visit second grade classes to work on basic phonics and listen to struggling readers read aloudComfort...

Case For Kids
Eligibility: You must be a foster parent, foster child or a social worker with foster kidsPlaced in either Tracy, Mountain House, or Banta, CA
Fees: None

Case For Kids is a nonprofit organization that will donate a personalized case to children being placed in foster care homes. Custom cases will include the child’s first name and packed with new clothes, a homemade blanket, sheet set, toiletry items, a stuffed animal, and an age appropriate Christian book for each child. They have formed partnerships with social workers in San Joaquin County, Foster Family agencies, schools, private citizens, and other local nonprofit organizations that help chi...

Good Samaritan Service Center
Eligibility: Low-income resident of San Joaquin County. Must bring photo identification for head of household and Social Security Cards for each member of household.
Fees: None

Good Samaritan Service Center provides food and clothing for low-income individuals in need. Referrals to shelters, low-income housing, other food banks, employment listings and free medical care is also offered. Their goal is to provide the basic needs for today and the necessary training for tomorrow.

Goodwill Industries of San Joaquin Valley, Inc.
Eligibility: Those with barriers to employment
Fees: None

Goodwill Industries is a non-profit agency that provides employment and training opportunities, including on-the-job training, soft skills development workshops, and paid work experience to assist people with employment barriers to become self-sufficient, working members of our community.Goodwill has 16 retail thrift stores throughout San Joaquin Valley that are open 7 days a week, plus an online store at

Gospel Center Rescue Mission (Clothing Room/Homeless Thrift)
Eligibility: None
Fees: None

Gospel Center Rescue Mission Clothing Room allows individuals to get shoes and clothing free of charge. The clothing room is open to the public Tuesday and Thursday 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. Due to COVID-19, the number of clients and amount of time spent in the Clothing Room is limited. Limit of 6 items per person and clothing type varies from week to week. They can also assist families with furniture on a first-come, first-served basis.

Gospel Center Rescue Mission (Community Feeding)
Eligibility: None
Fees: None

Gospel Center Rescue Mission provides dinner for any person in need. Meals are served at 5:30 p.m. Please call for other services offered by GCRM.

Gospel Center Rescue Mission (New Life Program)
Eligibility: For men and women (with children) with any addiction, domestic violence or human trafficking and other traumas along with life skills issues. A 6-month residence on campus is required. Successful co...
Fees: Paid by GR, SSI, Unemployment, Vocational Income and Cal Fresh. No one will be turned away for inability to pay.

New Life Program provides three daily meals, housing, clothing, chapel services plus addiction counseling. A supportive environment is maintained to assist in the restoration and rebuilding of lives. The following topics are offered:Relapse PreventionAnger ManagementAdverse Childhood Experiences (ACE)Healing Damaged EmotionsPutting Away Childish Things (PACT)BoundariesLearning CenterParentingNutritionCelebrate Recovery support groups and Bible StudyCoping SkillsMoney ManagementJob Readiness...

McHenry House Second Time Around
Eligibility: Referrals from social services.
Fees: Vary

Second Time Around is a thrift store that helps support the expenses involved in running the McHenry House Family Shelter. Free clothes and supplies are available to individuals with referrals from social service organizations.

McHenry House Tracy Family Shelter (Family Crisis Intervention Program)
Eligibility: Homeless low-income families, men or women with children.
Fees: None

Family Crisis Intervention Program provides services to homeless families. A case manager will meet with clients on a daily basis to set goals, problem solve, make referrals, monitor progress, and provide support and encouragement. A thrift shop provides clients with clean clothing. Assistance in finding child care is also provided.McHenry House is able to refer to Central Valley Low Income Housing.

one.Charter Elementary
Eligibility: Children K-6 grade whose family lives in a shelter with in San Joaquin County and are without permanent housing or are in transition.
Fees: None

one.Charter Elementary is a kindergarten through sixth grade charter school. The school also serves children in transition or homeless children. The school's goal is to satisfy the physical, emotional and educational needs of children in San Joaquin County. The school uses a strong academic program that includes standards-based education with a strong emphasis on literacy and math skills. The school provides children with breakfast, lunch, school supplies, clothing, and other necessities.The sch...

PREVAIL (Pioneering Restoration and Elevating Voices of Advocacy, Idealism and Leadership)
Eligibility: Please see below.
Fees: None

Since 1976, PREVAIL (formerly Women's Center - Youth & Family Services) has been San Joaquin County's primary provider of free, confidential services and shelters specifically designed to meet the needs of homeless and runaway youth and victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking. Through our programs and services, we are helping victims heal, restoring hope, strengthening families, and building a safer community. Services offered by PREVAIL include: Shelters for vict...

Raymus House (Hope Ministries, Inc.)
Eligibility: Shelter for homeless single mothers with custody of at least one childMust have birth certificate for children and social security cards for all family members entering program No drugs or alcoholMust...
Fees: None

Raymus House provides shelter for single mothers with their children. Each family has a fully furnished bedroom and shares the living areas and essential chores. Food is provided at no charge. Counseling is available for all residents, including addictive behavior, adult and children’s psychological counseling, and case management. Raymus House is part of "Project Hope." With individual and group counseling, residents are equipped with tools that help them become proactive in restoring their ...

Ripon Interfaith Ministries
Eligibility: Low-income resident of Ripon. Must provide proof of neediness and address, i.e. phone bill.
Fees: None

Ripon Interfaith Ministries provides emergency assistance with food to low-income families in crisis. Groceries are provided for about four days, once or twice per month. Clothing is provided once per month (five articles of clothing per person). Holiday food boxes are distributed at Thanksgiving and Christmas.

San Joaquin County Department of Aging and Community Services (Taft Community Center)
Eligibility: Low-income Stockton residents living in the 95206, 95231 and 95330 zip codes. Residents must provide picture identification and proof of residency (utility bill or a current bill).
Fees: None

Taft Community Center offers a wide range of services. Please see below:Food and Nutrition Services:USDA Commodity Food - every 3rd Thursday of each month from 7:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.Donated Foods - Monday and Friday from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 a.m. (first come, first served or until it's gone.) Donated Food is not distributed Friday before the commodity week, the week of commodities, and last Wednesday of each month.Farmer's Market - every 4th Thursday of the month from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.T...

San Joaquin County Department of Aging and Community Services (Thornton Community Center)
Eligibility: Varies. Please call for more information.
Fees: None

Thornton Community Center provides assistance to families primarily living in the Thornton/North San Joaquin County area. They offer the following services:Food giveaways on Tuesday and Thursday at 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. Proof of residency in the area for new participants Emergency food programClothes closetVITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program) Youth Program Intramural Sports Program Computer Lab Recreation Games Arts & Crafts Classes Homework Club After-School SnackSenior Progra...

St Mary's Dining Room (Dining Room, Hygiene Center, Medical Clinic, Dental Clinic and Social Services)
Eligibility: None
Fees: None

St. Mary's Dining Room responds to poverty in San Joaquin County by feeding the hungry, caring for health issues and restoring human dignity to over 700 individuals each day.St. Mary Dining Room services include:St. Mary's Dining Room provides breakfast, lunch and dinner 7 days a week, 365 days a year.Medical and dental care is available to uninsured men, women and children. The hygiene center provides families and individuals experiencing homelessness with the opportunity to shower, care for th...

St. Vincent De Paul Society (Food Pantry/Clothes Closet)
Eligibility: Residents of Manteca, Lathrop or French Camp. Must bring photo ID, proof of address and proof of income for family.
Fees: None

St. Vincent de Paul provides supplemental groceries for individuals and families living in Manteca, Lathrop, or French Camp. Distribution for food is Wednesday and Friday from 2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Individuals and families can receive assistance once every 30 days. Holiday Food Baskets are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Sign-ups are at the beginning of November for Thanksgiving and beginning of December for Christmas.

Stockton 209 Cares
Eligibility: Families in need of food, clothing and shelter.
Fees: None

Stockton 209 Cares help those in poverty, including the homeless. They provide food, clothing and other assistance for low-income families in need. They partner with various local community organizations to better assist each individual cause, from feeding the homeless to cleaning up neighborhoods.

Tracy Interfaith Ministries (Food Pantry and Clothes Closet)
Eligibility: Low or no-income individuals and families (Tracy residents only). Must bring: Identification for all in householdproof of incomeproof of address in Tracy
Fees: None

Tracy Interfaith Ministries provides emergency food which is available Monday through Thursday from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Emergency clothing is also provided for residents in need.Tracy Interfaith Ministries offers a Families-At-Risk program, designed to assist a family through a one-time financial emergency. It provides emergency funds to help a family meet household costs when the family is faced with a temporary job loss, a medical emergency or other financial crisis.