Don’t throw away those gently-used clothes! The CCO Free Store is looking for Chicago Public School uniforms and winter wear of all shapes and sizes. The CCO Free Store had over 2,600 “shoppers” throughout 2012 and continues to serve anyone in need in 2013. If you have items that would be useful to others please drop them off at 4628 N. Clifton Avenue in Chicago. Thanks!
Did you know?
Over 2,600 “shoppers” got clothing, household items and more at our Free Store in 2012. Your donated items allow us to offer this vital service to our residents and neighbors. Often families and individuals come to CCO with literally nothing but the clothes on their backs. The Free Store allows our residents and neighbors to get the items they need to begin to reestablishing their lives.
If you are interested in donating new or gently used items feel free to drop them off at 4628 N. Clifton Avenue, see the front desk personnel for assistance. Currently, the Free Store is looking for donations of maternity, plus-size, children’s clothes, socks and undergarments.
Did you know?
Our Free Store had over 2,600 “shoppers” throughout 2012. This includes our shelter residents and neighbors in need. Your donations make this vital service possible.
The Free Store continues to open it’s doors each week to anyone with needs. Currently, we are looking for donations of mens shoes and boots, jeans of all sizes, maternity and plus-size clothing. New or gently-used items are accepted at 4628 N. Clifton Avenue in Chicago. Thank you!
Winter is on it’s way! Our residents are in need of new or gently used winter clothing. Coats, scarves, hats, gloves, mittens, boots, all help battle the cold and keep winter out while children head to school or parents head to work or job training.
If you have items to donate please drop them off at your convenience at 4626 N. Clifton Avenue in Chicago. The person at the front desk will assist you. All donations are offered to our residents at no cost through our Free Store.
8th grade students from Holy Family School in Chicago spent their day volunteering with Cornerstone Community Outreach. They came with great attitudes and willing hands to tackle some of the ongoing projects. Part of their crew spent hours in the Free Store sorting clothing and making things ready for the next “shopping” day. Others came with supplies in hand to do some spring cleaning in the dining room as well as helping to distribute food at the weekly food pantry.
Our Free Store is open to our shelter residents and our neighbors. Your donations of clothing and household items make this service possible. The Free Store gives people an opportunity to get their clothing needs met without cost. Anyone who has faced a Chicago winter knows how important a warm coat, hat, gloves and a scarf can be!
Thank you Holy Family students and all the faithful donors who contribute to this vital service!