Clothing

Clothes to Kids of Fairfield County Logo

Boys & Girls Club of Stamford/Yerwood Clubhouse
90 Fairfield Avenue
Stamford, CT 06902

Phone: (203) 595-5664

Hours: By appointment

Services: Free new and quality used clothing for low-income or in-crisis school age children in Fairfield County

Eligibility:  

Families must meet the following criteria to shop at Clothes to Kids of Fairfield County:

  • The family must live in Fairfield County, Connecticut.
  • The children must be enrolled in a Fairfield County school, in grades K-12 or working toward earning their General Equivalency Degree (GED). **We do not serve children who are not yet in kindergarten -or- who are younger than 4-years-old, even if they are attending daycare or Headstart.
  • The family must be considered in financial need of assistance, such as:
    • Receiving free or reduced lunch at school.
    • Receiving services from a social service agency, school or counseling center.
    • In crisis due to natural disaster, poverty, homelessness or displacement.
  • One of the following documents is required as a referral to shop at the CTKF Store:
    • An official notification letter showing eligibility for free and reduced-price lunch through Fairfield County Schools (for the current school year) …or…
    • A letter of referral from an approved community advocate, such as: a social worker or case manager employed at a local social service agency; a teacher, administrator, guidance counselor or social worker at a school; a pediatrician or family doctor; or a leader from a place of worship.
Dress for Success of Mid-Fairfield County

240 Fairfield Ave
Bridgeport, CT 06603

Phone: (203) 333-6505

Hours: Monday-Friday, 9:30 AM-3 PM

Services: One-on-one personal shopping to provide women interview-appropriate outfitting and, once employed, a week’s worth of business attire including shoes, handbags, jewelry, etc.

Eligibility: Referral from one of over 130 referral sources (including Inspirica) when landing an interview or entering an internship or training.

Thrift shop

1 Walton Place (at Bedford Street)
Stamford, CT 06902

Phone: (203) 323-0200

Hours: Thursday: 10 AM-3 PM (10 AM–2 PM in the summer); 10 AM – 2 PM the third Saturday of each month

Services: Adult and children’s clothing at low cost.

Goodwill of Western & Northern Connecticut logo

1 Broad Street, Stamford, CT

Phone: 203-363-5228

Hours: Monday-Saturday: 9 AM–9 PM, Sunday: 10 AM–7 PM.

587 Elm Street, Stamford, CT

Phone: (203) 327-8240

Hours: Monday-Saturday: 9 AM–9 PM, Sunday: 10 AM – 7 PM

Services: Low cost clothing, housewares, and shoes. During the week, all items of the color-of-the-week tag are 50% off the posted price. Seniors 60 or over receive 10% of total purchase on Wednesdays.

Neighbor to Neighbor logo

248 E. Putnam Ave

Greenwich, CT 06830

Phone: (203) 622-9208

Hours: By appointment Monday-Friday: 8:30 AM-12:30 PM; Thursday: 3:30-5:30 PM

Services:  Free new and gently used in-season clothing available every other month to approved clients

Eligibility: All clients must be referred by an approved Referring Agency.  Prior to making a referral, a Referring Agency is asked to determine a family’s eligibility to receive assistance by verifying their income and town of residence. Visit http://www.ntngreenwich.org/need-help/ for the referral form (English and Spanish). Approved Referring Agencies include:

  • Stamford or Port Chester Family Centers (schools, RITE program, Health Center)
  • Houses of worship may make referrals to our Clothing Room
  • State social service agencies, Housing Authorities & WIC
  • Greenwich Department of Human Services
  • Greenwich, Stamford & Port Chester Public Schools
  • Head Start preschool programs
  • CCI, Greenwich
  • Boys & Girls Club, Greenwich
  • Building One Community
  • Person to Person
Person-to-Person logo

1864 Post Rd
Darien, CT 06820

Phone:  (203) 655-0048

Hours:  Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday: 9 AM-4 PM; Thursday: 9 AM-6PM (closed Thursday evenings in July and August); Saturday: 9 AM-12 NOON (closed Saturdays in August)

Email: caseworkservices@p2pHelps.org

Services:  Low-cost or subsidized clothing; may provide emergency financial assistance for basic needs

Eligibility:  By appointment only for residents of Stamford Norwalk, Darien, New Canaan, Westport, Wilton and Weston; ask to speak with a caseworker

Salvation Army: Doing the Most Good logo

198 Selleck St
Stamford, CT 06902

Phone: (203) 359-2320

Hours:  Monday-Friday: 10 AM-3 PM

Services:  General Clothing Provision

Laurel House: Resources to Recover logo

501 Summer Street
Stamford, CT 06820

Phone: 203.327.7334

Hours:  Monday – Friday: 10am-4pm; Saturday 10am-3pm; Sundays and some holidays

Services:  Furniture, clothing and household items at affordable prices