Baby Clothing Donation Programs

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    Programs that accept new or secondhand clothing and layettes for infants and young children, repair the items if necessary, and keep the clothing for use in their own programs, donate it to shelters and other community-based organizations for distribution to the people they serve, or sell it to raise money for agency programs.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Clothing Distribution ServicesCatherine's Closet is a thrift shop that is open to the general public. Provides low-income new mothers with grants for baby clothing, wipes for residents of the City of Rensselaer. Also provides low-income new mothers in Rensselaer with a large basket of new clothing and supplies needed for newborn babies. These items are available on a monthly basis. Catherine's Closet accepts donations of clothing in good condition.RensselaerCATHERINE'S CLOSETCIRCLES OF MERCY
    Donor ServicesThe Alight Center provides opportunities to donate baby clothing and diapers. ColumbiaBABY CLOTHING/DIAPER DONATION PROGRAMSALIGHT CENTER
    Donor ServicesParsons Early Head Start, the Child Program and Family Resource Center, and Healthy Families accept donations of infant-toddler equipment (cribs, changing tables, strollers, etc.) and baby clothing and clothing for children under age 5. Early Head Start and the Child Program and Family Resource Center also accept donations of books for young children.AlbanyBABY CLOTHING/FURNITURE/BOOK DONATION PROGRAMSPARSONS CHILD AND FAMILY CENTER
    Donor ServicesAlbany County Community Health Worker Program accepts donations of baby clothes, cribs and bassinettes.AlbanyBABY CLOTHING/FURNITURE DONATIONSALBANY COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
    Donor ServicesThe City Mission Family Life Center accepts donations of clothing for women and children, new underwear and bras, children's pajamas, children's socks and underwear, and extra long twin sheets and twin pillowcases.SchenectadyCLOTHING/DIAPER/PERSONAL CARE SUPPLIES DONATION PROGRAMSCITY MISSION OF SCHENECTADY
    Donor ServicesInfant items in excellent condition are accepted. Donated items are made available to pregnant and parenting adolescents participating in Community Maternity Services and other collaborating programs.AlbanyDONATED BABY ITEMSCOMMUNITY MATERNITY SERVICES
    Donor ServicesUSCRI accepts donations of gently used or new couches, tables, chairs, dressers, sheet sets, blankets, winter coats and boots, and gift cards to grocery stores and department stores. Also accepted are microwaves, toasters, frying pans, woks, and rice cookers. USCRI cannot accept televisions, washing machines or dryers, stoves, decorative items, clothing (other than winter coats, boots and baby clothes,) books (other than children's books, books for English language learners, and dictionaries.)AlbanyDONATION PROGRAMSUNITED STATES COMMITTEE FOR REFUGEES AND IMMIGRANTS (USCRI)
    Donor ServicesThe Domestic Violence service Programs at the Unity House of Troy accepts donations of pajamas for women and children, bedding, toiletries, flip flops, new underclothes and towels. Also accepts donations for the thrift shop, which are sold and money is used to help the various programs.RensselaerDONATION PROGRAMSUNITY HOUSE OF TROY
    Donor ServicesAccepts donations of baby clothes, children's toys, household items (such as linens, pots, pans, dishes, etc.), and money.SchenectadyDONATIONSSCHENECTADY COMMUNITY ACTION PROGRAM
    Parent/Family Support ServicesBirthright provides free confidential pregnancy tests, pro-life counseling and other support services to women facing unplanned pregnancies. Also provides baby clothing and diapers to their clients with babies in need.SaratogaPREGNANCY SERVICESBIRTHRIGHT OF SARATOGA

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