• Program Manager (Oak Park):
    Tasha Bryant (e-mail)
    Program hours:
    Clothing Program is closed during the Arata Bros. Building renovation. The program will reopen in January 2016. 

Clients browse a rack of brand new sunglasses donated to the Clothing program.

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Volunteers sort and organize donated clothing every day.


The Clothing program is currently closed for renovation. The program will reopen in January 2016. For a list of local clothing resources, click here.

Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services provides over 225,000 articles of clothing free of charge to families and individuals in need throughout the Sacramento community.

All items are dropped off at our facility in Oak Park, where volunteers sort through items by categories based on size, season and gender. Items are then displayed on racks, where clients can sort through items in search of what they need: men’s clothing, women’s clothing, children’s clothing, shoes, business attire, school uniforms, coats, umbrellas and much more. Clients are welcome to shop once a month and all items are provided at no cost. Most clients leave with 15-20 articles of beautiful clothing to help during hard times. To learn more, check out our Clothing Infographic.

  • If you are interested in dropping off your gently used clothing, click here for a map and directions.
  • If you are interested in volunteering for the Clothing program, click here for information on volunteering.

Anyone residing in Sacramento County may receive clothing once per month. Please bring identification for each member of the household upon first visit. All adults in the household must be present to shop.