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Where to Donate Winter Clothing

Where to Donate Winter Clothing

As temps drop, now’s a better time than ever and drop off winter coats, hats, scarves, and mittens that you and your family have grown out of. Check out these Twin Cities organizations, which are currently accepting donations, and help make sure everyone stays warm this winter.

Joseph’s Coat 

Make an appointment to donate your outerwear at Joseph’s Coat in St. Paul. Since 1989, the store has provided no-cost clothing, personal and household items to St. Paul residents in need. On Tuesdays and Thursdays, the store accepts donations between 9 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. (by appointment only). 1107 W. 7th St., St Paul, 651-291-2472,

Central Lutheran Church Minneapolis

Donate your winter gear and any other clothing and home goods to the Central Lutheran church free store in Mpls. The free store is currently requesting outerwear as the weather gets colder. Donations are accepted Sunday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. and Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. 333 S. 12th St. Mpls.,612-870-4416,

Sharing and Caring Hands

Sharing and caring hands in Mpls. accepts coats along with other clothing, household items, and packaged and canned goods. All donations are given to those in need free of charge. Sharing and Caring hands accepts donations during select hours every day. 525 N. 7th St., Mpls., 612- 338-4640,

Interfaith Outreach 

Bring your winter accessories and outerwear to non-profit Interfaith Outreach’s Resale Select. The thrift store accepts seasonal items, clothing, toys, and furniture, and the non-profit’s proceeds go to community and equity programs in the Twin Cities. Resale Select accepts donations on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays during select hours.1605 County Road 101 N Plymouth, 763-489-7549,

Woodbury Community Foundation Winter Clothing Drive

Through December 8, Woodbury Community foundation is partnering with SoWashCo Cares to bring warm winter clothing and essentials to local youth in need. This year, the drive has expanded to include 13 drop off locations in the Woodbury area. 724 Bielenberg Dr. Suite #129, Woodbury, 651-505-7024,

Shop for Change 

Golden Valley organization Prism brings housing, food access, and resources to homeless community members. Donate your clothing and outerwear to their thrift store, Shop for Change. The store sells homewares and clothing at a discounted rate, and all proceeds go to Prism’s programming. 1120 Zane Ave. N., Golden Valley, 763-529-1350,

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