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Cleopha's Closet - Program
Thea Bowman House, Inc.

530 Varick Street
Utica, NY

Provides used clothing to infant's, children's and adults in need.

Clothing/Household Goods - Program
The Salvation Army of Herkimer

431 N Prospect Street
Herkimer, NY

Provides clothing and household goods vouchers when funds are available.

CazCares Clothing Closet - Program
CazCares, Inc.

101 Nelson Street
Cazenovia, NY

Provides a clothing closet to low income families.

Chittenango Service Unit - Program
Salvation Army of Madison County Service Units

Provides the following types of assistance to those in need: Emergency Disaster Relief Utility Assistance Rental Assistance Food Assistance Summer Camp for Kids Clothing Assistance Back-to-School Supplies Referral Services

Clothing Connection - Program
Cluster 13 Ministries, Inc.

84 Main Street
Camden, NY

Provides used clothing at affordable prices.

Community Clothing Closet Program - Program
Rescue Mission of Utica

1013 West Street
Utica, NY

Offers free clothing to families in need.

Food Pantry and Clothing Closet - Program
DeRuyter Community Services

735 Utica Street
De Ruyter, NY

Provides a food pantry and clothing closet to the community in need.

Food Pantry and Donation Room - Program
Central New York Veteran's Outreach Center

726 Washington Street
Utica, NY

Offers a food pantry. Offers a donation room providing: Furniture Clothing Medical equipment Household items

Opportunity Shop Thrift Store - Program
Opportunity Shop

128 E Center Street
Canastota, NY

Sells clothing for all ages at discounted prices. Provides clothing for all ages for those in need.

Soup Kitchen - Program
Mother Marianne's Westside Kitchen

702 Columbia Street
Utica, NY

Provides a daily soup kitchen, with hot meals on weekdays and bagged lunches on weekends. Provides special holiday meals on Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. Operates Mother Marianne’s West Side Boutique on Mondays and Wednesdays, offering free clothing, housewares, and hygiene products to those in need, plus free haircuts once a month by volunteer professional hairstylists.

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