|ACRP The Family Center Clothing Bank||Clothing bank.||Cambria||Alternative Community Resource Program The Family Center||Alternative Community Resource Program, Inc.|
|Angel's Attic - UNC||Angel’s Attic serves more than 20,000 individuals each year. With the help of community donations, UNC provides clothing, food, household items and personal hygiene products free of cost to our most vulnerable of neighbors. Because need knows no time frame, Angel’s Attic is open year-round.
UNC is always willing to accept donations from the community for Angel’s Attic.
BREAD PROGRAM: UNC operates a daily program that gives out bread and other baked goods from local supermarkets to those in need. Bread is given out through Angel’s Attic, as well as distributed at several locations throughout Scranton and Carbondale.||Lackawanna||Community Services of UNC||United Neighborhood Centers of Northeastern Pennsylvania|
|Christ United Methodist Church, Shippensburg Clothing Bank||A place where individuals may come to “buy” lightly used clothing at a very modest price. This store is open for everyone to shop and buy as they have need.||Cumberland||Christ United Methodist Church, Shippensburg||Christ United Methodist Church, Shippensburg|
|Clothing Bank - Evangelical Free Church of Hershey||Clothing bank available to anyone in need. Clothing for this ministry is donated by members of the congregation. Clothing donations can be dropped off inside the shed outside the clothing bank entrance (on the driveway to the rear parking lot) at any time.||Dauphin||Evangelical Free Church of Hershey||Evangelical Free Church of Hershey |
|Crosspoint Clothing Bank||Free clothing to all ages||Dauphin||Crosspoint @ Rutherford||Crosspoint United Methodist Church|
|Family Services and Emergency Assistance||Provides family services and emergency assistance to residents in need in Upper Dauphin, i.e., food bank, clothing and utility (PPL) assistance||Dauphin||Upper Dauphin Human Service Center||Upper Dauphin Human Services, Inc. |
|First United Methodist Church, Chambersburg Clothing and Small Household Items Bank||Our clothing and small household items ministry is a cluster ministry supported by Park Avenue United Methodist Church and St. Paul’s United Methodist Church. The ministry provides clothing for all ages, as well as small household items. Clients are allowed one visit per month.
Visits are by appointment only on Thursday afternoons from 1:30 PM to 5:00 PM and the first Saturday of each month from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM.||Franklin||First United Methodist Church, Chambersburg||First United Methodist Church, Chambersburg|
|Five Forks Brethren In Christ Church - Clothing Bank||The Five Forks Brethren in Christ Clothing Bank is open 5 -10 hours weekly and supplies clothing for people in need. There is a limit of 2 visits per household per month for clothing. Scheduled hours are available at the clothing bank by calling the Five Forks Church at 762-2991.||Franklin||Five Forks Brethren In Christ Church||Five Forks Brethren In Christ Church|
|Food Pantry and Clothing Room||The Northeast Neighborhood Association (or NENA) operates a Resource Center open on Monday's and Wednesday's from 10 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on a walk-in basis. Income eligible families can receive free:
-household items as available
-personal care items as available
-referrals for other needed services
The Northeast Neighborhood Association also:
-manages a community garden
-sponsors community events
-provides opportunities for completing community service requirements
-partners with other groups and organizations on additional programs
-serves as advocate, educator and liaison for neighborhood families.||York||NENA Resource Center||Northeast Neighborhood Association, Inc. |
|Help Hotline||The Help Hotline provides a clothing bank, food banks and limited financial assistance with utility bills. All assistance must be done by contacting the Help Hotline manager at 717-762-9050, who will then schedule an appointment for either Tuesday evening or Saturday morning each week, unless considered an emergency. Assistance may be coordinated with surrounding agencies in regards to utility bills. The Help Hotline serves a 4 county area, within established boundaries.||Franklin||Help Hotline||Help Hotline|
|Lutheran Church of the Redeemer - Daniel's Closet - Free clothing||The Daniel's Closet program distributes free clothing to men, women, and children.||Lycoming||Lutheran Church of the Redeemer - Social Ministry||Lutheran Church of the Redeemer |
|Second Avenue United Methodist Church Hope Chest||Free, gently worn children's clothing giveaway. These clothing items are available to children in need, by appointment only. Appointments can be made every three months by contacting the church office.||Blair||Second Avenue United Methodist Church Creating Community||Second Avenue United Methodist Church|
|The Closet||Our clients can find clothes from Newborn through adult clothes. Anything from prom dresses to work boots come in, so you never know what you may find. With a children's' play area, it's a nice place to browse for bargains. We have added a section of household, toys and accessories.
Clients can purchase a bag of clothes for $5. Household, toys and certain accessories are priced separately. We keep our prices very low so we can continue meeting the community need and our clients can know that their purchases fund The Pantry.||Franklin||Valley Ministries||Valley Ministries|
|Trinity Episcopal Church - Clothing Bank||During the winter months, a small clothing bank is available to assist those in need.||Franklin||Trinity Episcopal Church, Chambersburg||Trinity Episcopal Church, Chambersburg|
|Waynesboro Community & Human Services Clothing Bank||Thanks to donations from the community our clothing bank is well stocked with clothing, shoes and coats for men, women, and children. We also have household items such as dishes, pots and pans, small appliances, bedding, towels and miscellaneous items for our clients to select as needed. Visits are limited to once a week. There is no charge for any item in our clothing bank.
Also provide during one week of the year, school supplies for students who live in the WASD or GASD.||Franklin||Waynesboro Community & Human Services||Waynesboro Community & Human Services|