Besides the usual places like Arc and Goodwill, call 211 and ask about clothing banks. Also, many community and re-entry organizations have clothing banks.
Arc stores are located in many Colorado cities and a good source for inexpensive used clothes. The stores have special sale days, such as every Saturday most items are half off. You can find various locations and hours on their website.More Info
From head to toe, Dress for Success can outfit you to look your best! Dress for Success--Denver provides professional clothing at no cost to women who are seeking economic independence. If you need clothing for a job interview, you'll need to be referred by a parole officer, re-entry specialist, probation officer, or community organization (see Community Organizations in the Jobs section for a long list). If you already have a job and need clothing, you may call the office directly to arrange a time to come in. This is also a great opportunity for people who self-identify as female (including those who still display as masculine) to get help with professional clothing.More Info
Goodwill of Colorado provides career development resources and life-skills training those that have justice involvement. Through its thrift stores, donations, corporate partnerships and recycling processes, Goodwill has worked for more than a century in Colorado to ensure individuals have access to career and life pathways that allow them to live to their fullest potential. Goodwill of Colorado offers the ReHire Colorado transitional employment program. An 11-week program that helps people re-enter the workforce. If you qualify, you can get paid, on-the-job training that will help you develop job skills and get a better job. Goodwill of Colorado is your destination for affordable, high-quality and name-brand clothing for everyone in your family—plus furniture, housewares, electronics, books, music, movies, sporting goods, tools, and more! Goodwill is always looking for new team members, and when you work for Goodwill and get the satisfaction of knowing you are contributing to something big. With locations in the Denver and Colorado Springs metro areas, Fort Collins to the north, Pueblo and Durango in the south, Fort Morgan in the east, and Grand Junction in the west, there are plenty of opportunities across Colorado!More Info
Call 2-1-1 to ask an operator about clothing banks in your city. You can also search by city on the website for a clothing bank near you. During business hours you can call an operator, do a live chat online, or text your zip code to 898-211. Outside business hours, search the resource database.More Info
WeeCycle’s mission is to support families with infants and toddlers struggling to provide for their children, and to contribute to a healthier, more sustainable planet for future generations. WeeCycle walks alongside families, caregivers, and caseworkers to restore dignity for those struggling to provide for their families by connecting them to essential supplies such as formula, a safe place for their baby to sleep, a stroller so they can access public transportation and more. If you are in need of baby supllies go to the "get help" section of their website.More Info
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