Fairfield County 2-1-1 will start accepting applications for Back to School clothing on June 6, 2016.
• Applications will be accepted on a first come, first serve basis.
• Applications will NOT be accepted if you do not have all of the required information.
For more information about the Back to School Clothing assistance
please call our office at 2-1-1 or 740-687-0500.
• Must be a resident of Fairfield County
• Children must live in the household and attend a Fairfield County school
• Families are eligible for assistance a total of 3 times in a lifetime
• Income based - 110% of the poverty guideline ($26,675 a year for a family of 4)
• For children entering Preschool, Head Start/Help Me Grow, or Kindergarten, we MUST have an enrollment letter
What you need to apply -
• Photo ID
• Social Security Cards for everyone in the household
• Proof of Income (last 30 days) for everyone in the household
• Enrollment letter for all children entering kindergarten, preschool, or Help Me Grow/Head Start
We are no longer accepting back to school
clothing for 2016
Free Clothing Pantries
Listed below are a few of the places in the community that provide free clothing.
1743 East Main Street (map)
1:00pm to 3:30pm Tuesday & Thursday
St. Peters Lutheran Church
105 East Mulberry Street (map)
across from Library
12:30pm to 3:00pm, 1st & 3rd Thursday of the month
Maple Street United Methodist Church
Free Store, LLC
438 E. Wheeling Street (map)
Wednesday 10am - 11:30pm & Thursday 6pm - 7pm
First Baptist Church
Arms of Faith Free Store
1950 Pleasantville Road (map)
Thursdays, 3:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Local Thrift Stores
Listed below are local non-profit thrift stores throughout the community.
1029 South Broad Street (map)
The Salvation Army
123 East Hubert Avenue (map)
St. Vincent De Paul
424 East Locust Street (map)
Fairfield County 2-1-1 cannot guarantee the clothing pantries will have the clothes you need or always be open during the stated times. If you are in doubt, be sure to