Clothing Vouchers

Vashon Youth & Family Services
  • Who's Eligible
    Vashon/Maury Island residents ONLY.
  • How to Apply
    Call for more information. Documents Required: - Proof of address
  • Fee
    None.
  • Area Served
    King
Veterans of Foreign Wars Service Division
  • 915 2nd Ave, Seattle, WA, 98174
  • 8667896333
  • Helps military service members and their families with basic life needs who run into unexpected financial difficulties as a result of deployment or other hardships directly related to military service.
  • Who's Eligible
    Active duty or must have been honorably discharged and served on active duty orders (excluding basic training, AIT, drill or annual training) within the past 36 months prior to applying. The hardship must be due to one of the following: - Deployment - Military pay issue - Military illness or injury - Natural disaster The hardship cannot be caused by: - Civil, legal or domestic issues, misconduct, or any issues that are a result of spousal separation or divorce - Financial mismanagement by self or others, or due to Bankruptcy
  • How to Apply
    Download application from the website and - Mail it to Unmet Needs Program, 406 W 34th St, Kansas City, MO 64111; or - Email it to unmetneeds@vfw.org or - Fax it to (816) 968-2779. Once VFW has received the completed application a representative may contact you to discuss the specifics of the case and/or to request additional information. This contact does not imply approval of the application. The approval process normally takes 20 business days. Documents Required: - Application - Proof of financial hardship such as pay or vacate notice, vehicle repossession notice, utility shut-off notice, etc. - Proof of military service and honorable discharge if not active duty.
  • Fee
    None.
  • Area Served
    All of Washington
Snoqualmie Valley Shelter Services
  • Who's Eligible
    No restrictions.
  • How to Apply
    Visit in person.
  • Fee
    None.
  • Area Served
    King
Catholic Community Services – Kinship Programs
  • 100 23rd Ave S, Seattle, WA, 98144
  • 2063285951
  • Provides financial assistance for kinship caregivers. Licensed foster parents are ineligible. Adults 18+ must be the primary caregiver for his/her friend's or relative's children. Must have exhausted all other financial resources.
  • Who's Eligible
    To receive financial assistance, applicants must have exhausted all other financial assistance resources prior to contacting Kinship Care. Adults ages 18 or older who are the primary caregiver for a friend's or a relative's children. Children living in home with caregiver are ages 18 or younger. Caregiver has either informal or formal responsibility, such as legal custody or guardianship. Licensed foster parents or clients with open cases with CPS and Child Welfare Services are eligible for financial assistance through their case workers.
  • How to Apply
    Call, or email kinshipprogram@ccsww.org for more information. Documents Required: - Documentation of primary caregiving is required for financial assistance request. - Documentation may include Food Benefits, child-only TANF, SSI, notarized letter (signed by birth parent), court document, or listing as guardian on child's school registration form, child's name on lease. - Documents can be submitted via postal mail or fax.
  • Fee
    None.
  • Area Served
    King
Salvation Army – DV Community Advocacy Program – CAP
  • 1101 Pike St, Seattle, WA, 98101
  • 2064428398
  • Provides limited basic needs and financial assistance to eligible applicants needing help as a direct result of a current or recent DV situation involving intimate partner abuse. Serves those who are in Seattle city limits only.
  • Who's Eligible
    Adults within Seattle city limits who are fleeing a DV situation. Serves adults with or without children. Must be able to show that current need is directly linked to DV situation. Income must be at or below 30% Area Median Income.
  • How to Apply
    Client may call or be referred by another agency. Collect calls are accepted. After hours, call the DV Crisis Line.
  • Fee
    None.
  • Area Served
    King
Compass Housing Alliance
  • 901 Rainier Ave S, Seattle, WA, 98144
  • 2064741630
  • Operates a drop-in center for homeless adults only; NO CHILDREN allowed. Offers laundry, showers, vouchers for clothing and haircuts, phone services, information and referral, and limited bus tickets.
  • Who's Eligible
    Homeless adults, ages 18 and older only. NO CHILDREN and NO FAMILIES WITH CHILDREN allowed.
  • How to Apply
    Visit in person to check in. Laundry and showers are first-come, first-served. M-W F-Su, last shower is at 4pm; Th, last shower is at 1:30pm. M-W F-Su, must start laundry by 1pm, Th; must start laundry by noon.
  • Fee
    None.
  • Area Served
    King
Salvation Army – Social Services Department – Renton
  • 206 S Tobin St, Renton, WA, 98057
  • 4252555969
  • Clothing bank referrals are available for low-income, eligible residents of Renton, Skyway and Mercer Island. Referrals are made to Renton Clothes Bank; may pick up referral slip once every six months.
  • Who's Eligible
    Residents of ZIP codes 98040, 98055, 98056, 98057, 98058, 98059 and 98178.
  • How to Apply
    Visit in person to obtain a referral slip. Documents Required: - Photo ID
  • Fee
    None.
  • Area Served
    King
St. James Episcopal Church
  • 24447 94th Ave S, Kent, WA, 98030
  • 2538524100
  • Provides a food pantry for residents of the Kent School District. May also provide clothing vouchers to be used at St. James Thrift Shop. All services may only be accessed once in a six-month period.
  • Who's Eligible
    Those that are low-income and living in Kent School District: ZIP codes 98030, 98031, 98032, 98042 and 98058. Serves families with children, people with disabilities and seniors ages 60 and older. Those who are homeless and Kent residents in domestic violence shelters may also access services. Geographic restrictions apply.
  • How to Apply
    Call for appointment. Intake is first come, first served starting on Monday of each week. Documents Required: - Valid ID
  • Fee
    None.
  • Area Served
    King
Catholic Community Services – Kinship Programs
  • 1229 W Smith St, Kent, WA, 98032
  • 2063285951
  • Provides financial assistance for kinship caregivers. Licensed foster parents are ineligible. Adults 18+ must be the primary caregiver for his/her friend's or relative's children. Must have exhausted all other financial resources.
  • Who's Eligible
    To receive financial assistance, applicants must have exhausted all other financial assistance resources prior to contacting Kinship Care. Adults ages 18 or older who are the primary caregiver for a friend's or a relative's children. Children living in home with caregiver are ages 18 or younger. Caregiver has either informal or formal responsibility, such as legal custody or guardianship. Licensed foster parents or clients with open cases with CPS and Child Welfare Services are eligible for financial assistance through their case workers.
  • How to Apply
    Call, or email kinshipprogram@ccsww.org for more information. Documents Required: - Documentation of primary caregiving is required for financial assistance request. - Documentation may include Food Benefits, child-only TANF, SSI, notarized letter (signed by birth parent), court document, or listing as guardian on child's school registration form, child's name on lease. - Documents can be submitted via postal mail or fax.
  • Fee
    None.
  • Area Served
    King
Operation First Response
  • Who's Eligible
    Active Duty Service Members that have been wounded, injured or are critically ill. Disabled Veterans with an awarded disability rating of 10% and higher or a pending case within the VA system. Must have honorable discharge. The Last Mission Project focuses on helping veterans enrolled in a PTSD treatment program.
  • How to Apply
    Visit the website to complete the online application or download a copy. For answers to questions, leave a message on the voicemail or fill out the online form. Documents Required: - OFR Information Release Form (All Applicants) - DD-214 (if retired) (Must have an Honorable Discharge) - VA Rating Document (if retired) - LES (if still in active duty) - Proof of Injury (if still active duty) - OFR pays the vendors directly whenever possible so copies of any bills that are part of the service request must be faxed or emailed to our office.
  • Fee
    None.
  • Area Served
    All of Washington
Lighthouse Apostolic Ministries
  • Who's Eligible
    Those that live within the city limits of Federal Way and Des Moines.
  • How to Apply
    Call and leave a voicemail with contact phone number and family size. Messages are returned promptly. Documents Required: - Some type of ID for all household members
  • Fee
    None.
  • Area Served
    King
Bellevue LifeSpring
  • 167 Bellevue Square, Bellevue, WA, 98004
  • 4254511175
  • Sells low-cost nearly-new and used clothing, household items and books. Provides vouchers to low-income Bellevue households. Appointment and household visit by programs and services administrator required for voucher.
  • Who's Eligible
    No restrictions for thrift store purchases. Voucher recipients must live in Bellevue, and be at or below 200% of the FPL.
  • How to Apply
    Visit site for thrift store purchases. Vouchers require a home visit by the programs and services administrator. Call main office to arrange a home visit. Required documents: - Proof of identity for all adults in the household (state ID, Driver's License or Passport) - Proof of address (such as lease/rental agreement, utility bill or letter from shelter)
  • Fee
    Items are low cost. Provides vouchers to low-income families and individuals.
  • Area Served
    King