Clothing and Furniture Assistance

If you or someone you know is in need of clothing or furniture assistance in Stark County, there is a network of community resources you can turn to for support. Whether you need baby, back-to-school, professional or everyday clothing, clothing resources are available here at home. If you’re moving into a new place can be intimidating when you’re not sure where to find affordable furniture. Below you’ll find places that can help you turn a house into a home, whether you’re moving out on your own, starting a family, unexpectedly need to move, or whatever the case may be.

Alliance clothing resources

Alliance Pregnancy Center

These confidential, cost-free services include:
  • Abortion Information
  • Adoption Agency Referrals
  • Adoption Information
  • Maternity & Infant Supplies
  • Medical Referrals
  • Parenting Education
  • Post-Abortion Support
  • Pregnancy Options Information
  • Pregnancy Tests
  • STD/STI Information
  • Support for Men
  • Ultrasound (Onsite)*
75 Glamorgan St.
Suite 102
Alliance, OH 44601
Phone: (330) 821-7283

YWCA Alliance

We improve Alliance area women’s lives, stand up for justice, and strengthen communities with a focus on three impact areas: equipping youth, economic stability and advancement and senior nutrition and health Provides transitional housing for women, a clothing boutique, employment and transportation assistance, youth programs, and Meals on Wheels for the senior community Transitional Housing Employed women live in safe, low-cost transitional housing and get connected to resources and support services Career & Fashion Boutique Offers gently used women’s clothing at a low cost per item

405 S Linden Ave Alliance, OH 44601 Door #2 (back of building)

330-823-1840 ext. 103 Monday: 9:30 - 2:30 Tuesday: 12:00 - 5:00 Wednesday: 9:00 - 5:00 Thursday: 12:00 - 5:00 Friday: 9:00 - 12:00 Saturday: 1st and last of the month 10:00 - 1:00 Employment and Transportation Assistance We have resources that might be able to help. Give us a call at 330-823-1840, Monday – Thursday 9:00AM-5:00PM to set-up an appointment Empowering Youth
  • Summer Explorers – grades 2-5 free 8-week summer enrichment program
  • Sparkles – in collaboration with the Quota Club, recognizes elementary children nominated by their teachers
  • Navigators Afterschool – grades 6-8 afterschool program
  • The Leadership Ladder
  • Teens in Action – former Navigators in grades 9-12 supplement Navigator staff
  • Summer Activity Aides – grades 6-12 assist with Summer Explorers program
College Scholarships
  • YWCA Memorial Scholarship - awarded annually to a graduating senior girl from the Alliance, Marlington, Sebring, West Branch, or St. Thomas Aquinas school district
  • YWCA Geography Bee Scholarship - YWCA sponsors a Geo Bee Club and awards college scholarships to qualifying winners of the annual Bee. To prepare for the Bee, youth in grades 6-8 join the Navigators afterschool Geo Bee Club so that they can prepare to compete in the annual National Geographic competition. Senior Nutrition and Health
Meals on Wheels Plus For more information, call 330-823-1840 Monday – Thursday 9AM-5PM
239 East Market St.
Alliance, OH 44601
Phone: (330) 823-1840

Anchor House

Help securing food, clothing and shelter.  
820 Milner St
Alliance, OH 44601
Phone: (918) 994-2836

Kidzone

Affordable, gently-used children’s clothing, shoes and toys.  
1330 East State St.
Alliance, OH 44601
Phone: (330) 829-3939
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Once More Thrift Shop

Nearly new, low-cost clothing for Alliance families.  
55 East Main St.
Alliance, OH 44601
Phone: (330) 581-4403
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Salvation Army of Alliance

Serving the Alliance community:
  • Hot meal program
  • Food pantries
  • Clothing
  • Shelters
  • Rent assistance
  • Utility assistance
  • Programs for adults and youth
  • Holiday/Christmas assistance - visit saangeltree.org to apply
57 West Main St.
Alliance, OH 44601
Phone: (330) 823-5188
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The Concern

Clothing assistance for residents of Sebring and West Branch Schools. Closed on Friday and Sunday.
125 West Ohio Ave.
Sebring, OH 44672
Phone: (330) 938-9737  
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Canton clothing resources

Canton Ex-Newsboys Association

Shoes and clothing for school-age children. Located in: The Ken Weber Community Campus at Goodwill.
408 9th St SW
Canton, OH 44707
Phone: (330) 454-9461, ext. 1667

Catholic Charities

Emergency rent and utility assistance for Stark County residents: call Monday - Friday between 9 and 10 a.m. Through tangible assistance and other essential services, Catholic Charities affirms human dignity, meets basic human needs, strengthens families, builds communities, and empowers others to transform their lives. Basic Needs Assistance
  • utilities, rent, mortgage, food pantry, Community Cupboard, birth certificates & photo ID's, transportation
First Step Family Support
  • infant supplies (partnered with Heart of Ohio Diaper Bank), case management, parenting support/education
Adult Day Services "Next Step" Ministries:
  • Project ASSISI - Case management
  • Stark Pathways to Success - seeks to assist Stark County residents who are pursuing higher education while dealing with challenging life circumstances
800 Market Ave. N
Suite 1150
Canton, OH 44702
Phone: (330) 491-0896
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Salvation Army of Canton

The following programs below will be temporarily suspended from November 23rd 2032 – January 1, 2024.
  • Shower Program
  • Food Pantry
  • Lunch Programs
Serving the Canton community: Hot meal program Food pantries Clothing Shelters Rent assistance Utility assistance Programs for adults and youth Christmas applications have closed for 2023 Season. Please check out Toys for Tots and/or A Community Christimas for assistance. 
420 Market Ave. S
Canton, OH 44702
Phone: (330) 453-0158
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Stark County Job & Family Services

Report child abuse: 330-455-KIDS / 1-800-233-5437 Partner with our customers, community and other service providers to protect children and vulnerable adults, stabilize and strengthen families, and encourage self-sufficiency and personal responsibility. Cash assistance Food assistance Medicaid & Medical Non-emergency transportation Child care services Work experience program Foster care & adoption Kinship care Child support services
221 3rd St. SE
Canton, OH 44702
Toll free: 1 (888) 698-6893
Toll free: 1 (888) 698-6893
Local: (330) 452-4661
TDD: (330) 451-8879
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Massillon clothing resources

Perry Helping Perry

A community-based organization that exists to provide needed support for Perry residents Food pantry, clothing, school supplies and more
  • Food Pantry Non-perishable food and toiletries 3rd Saturday of each month 9am – 12pm Trinity United Methodist Church 3757 Lincoln Way E Massillon, OH 44646
  • Clothes Closet Clothing for infants, children, and adults 5038 W Tuscarawas St Canton, OH 44708 Tuesday, Wednesday, & Saturday 10am – 4pm Thursday 10am – 7pm
  • Backpacks Provide backpacks and school supplies for families in need In partnership with Whipple Heights Alliance Church Click here for application
  • Sack Snacks Weekend snacks for school age children Prepared throughout the school year by Perry Helping Perry volunteers. They are distributed to all the schools in the Perry Local School District and discreetly given to qualifying children
  • Bikes Provides donated bikes to children and adults Give us a call at 330-737-1281 or send us an email
  • Christmas Giveaway Help families provide gifts and stocking stuffers for their children In partnership with Perry Christian Church Click here for application
Phone: (330) 737-1281

Salvation Army of Massillon

Serving the Massillon community:
  • Hot meal program
  • Food pantries
  • Clothing
  • Shelters
  • Rent assistance
  • Utility assistance
  • Programs for adults and youth
  • Holiday/Christmas assistance - visit saangeltree.org to apply
315 6th St. NE
Massillon, OH 44646
Phone: (330) 833-6473
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Jackson Bear Hugs

We are a nonprofit that provides a local hub to collect, sort and distribute items to those in need.
Phone: 330-714-9645
Waynesburg clothing resources

Helping Hands Network

Clothes and shoes for Sandy Valley Local School District students.  
126 South Main St.
Waynesburg, OH 44688
Phone: (330) 866-2005
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Non-profits with affordable furniture

Goodwill Industries

Local Goodwill organizations are innovative and sustainable social enterprises that create job training programs, employment placement and other community-based programs by selling donated clothing and household items. The Ken Weber Community Campus has walk-in services available Tuesdays and Thursdays for community resource connections. For further information on what Goodwill has to offer, please call our main campus or visit our website. Thrift Store Locations
  • Alliance 12501 W State St, Alliance, OH 44601 330-821-4880
  • Massillon 2745 Indian River Rd, Massillon, OH 44646 330-833-9825
  • Whipple Ave NW 4379 Whipple Ave NW, Canton, OH 44718 234-360-8564
  • Tuscarawas St W 5139 Tuscarawas St W, Canton, OH 44708 330-479-8222
  • N Main St 1230 N Main St, North Canton, OH 44720 330-494-2464
  • Atlantic Blvd NW 2630 Atlantic Blvd NW, Canton, OH 44705 330-456-8020
Main Campus: (330) 454-9461
Main Campus: (330) 454-9461

Habitat for Humanity

Helping families experience stability and self-reliance through affordable home ownership.
1400 Raff Rd. SW
Suite A
Canton, OH 44710
Phone: (330) 915-5888
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The Stock Pile

1387 Clarendon Ave SW
Canton, OH 44710
Phone: (330) 455-4585
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YWCA Alliance

We improve Alliance area women’s lives, stand up for justice, and strengthen communities with a focus on three impact areas: equipping youth, economic stability and advancement and senior nutrition and health Provides transitional housing for women, a clothing boutique, employment and transportation assistance, youth programs, and Meals on Wheels for the senior community Transitional Housing Employed women live in safe, low-cost transitional housing and get connected to resources and support services Career & Fashion Boutique Offers gently used women’s clothing at a low cost per item

405 S Linden Ave Alliance, OH 44601 Door #2 (back of building)

330-823-1840 ext. 103 Monday: 9:30 - 2:30 Tuesday: 12:00 - 5:00 Wednesday: 9:00 - 5:00 Thursday: 12:00 - 5:00 Friday: 9:00 - 12:00 Saturday: 1st and last of the month 10:00 - 1:00 Employment and Transportation Assistance We have resources that might be able to help. Give us a call at 330-823-1840, Monday – Thursday 9:00AM-5:00PM to set-up an appointment Empowering Youth
  • Summer Explorers – grades 2-5 free 8-week summer enrichment program
  • Sparkles – in collaboration with the Quota Club, recognizes elementary children nominated by their teachers
  • Navigators Afterschool – grades 6-8 afterschool program
  • The Leadership Ladder
  • Teens in Action – former Navigators in grades 9-12 supplement Navigator staff
  • Summer Activity Aides – grades 6-12 assist with Summer Explorers program
College Scholarships
  • YWCA Memorial Scholarship - awarded annually to a graduating senior girl from the Alliance, Marlington, Sebring, West Branch, or St. Thomas Aquinas school district
  • YWCA Geography Bee Scholarship - YWCA sponsors a Geo Bee Club and awards college scholarships to qualifying winners of the annual Bee. To prepare for the Bee, youth in grades 6-8 join the Navigators afterschool Geo Bee Club so that they can prepare to compete in the annual National Geographic competition. Senior Nutrition and Health
Meals on Wheels Plus For more information, call 330-823-1840 Monday – Thursday 9AM-5PM
239 East Market St.
Alliance, OH 44601
Phone: (330) 823-1840

YWCA Canton

Provides emergency shelter to the homeless and tools to help them get back on their feet and become self-sufficient Also provides early care and education services to children that enhance their development and prepare them to be successful as they transition to kindergarten To be placed in housing you must first register with the homeless hotline by calling 330-452-4363 Early Childhood Learning Center Quality care and education to children ages 6 weeks to 11 years 330-453-7644 Early Head Start Provides year-round child care for children ages 6 weeks to 3 years (including those with disabilities) whose families are homeless and/or live below the poverty line Partnership with THRIVE To support and promote healthy pregnancies and healthy babies. We have a Community Health Worker on-site as an integral member of our team to educate and provide support to our clients. Housing Services To be placed in housing you must first register with the homeless hotline by calling 330-452-4363
  • Emergency Shelter for Women and Children - shelter for up to 90 days
  • Permanent Supportive Housing - low barrier affordable housing for disabled, chronically homeless persons paired with support services
  • Stark Area Rapid Re-Housing - program to connect eligible households with permanent housing quickly – short-term financial assistance and supportive services
231 6th St. NE
Canton, OH 44702
Phone: (330) 453-7644
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Jackson Bear Hugs

We are a nonprofit that provides a local hub to collect, sort and distribute items to those in need.
Phone: 330-714-9645

Little Shop of Bargains

1806 9th St SW
Canton, OH 44706
Phone: (330) 453-8994
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Charlotte & Main

Furnishings and household goods can be the missing piece that turns housing into homes.

Our Mission is to provide these items for:
Young Adults aging out of foster care and entering into independent living
Domestic Violence survivors exiting emergency shelters
Veterans escaping homelessness
4201 Hills and Dales Rd NW
Canton, OH 44708
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