Visit the Neighborhood House Clothes Closet at Sidewalk Sales

The Neighborhood House Clothes Closet Offers a Variety of Quality Items to the Public at Reduced Prices

The Neighborhood House Clothes Closet, which is located at 44 Mill Street, under the Main Street Bridge, is open to the public and offers clothing, accessories, and households items at a fraction of the prices at other stores. All items in the store are donated, and donations are accepted during all store hours. The Neighborhood House Clothes Closet is open Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m., Wednesday 10:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m., and Friday/Saturday 10:00 a.m.-2:00p.m.

Seven young women pose for a photo in the store

Neighborhood House executive youth board members wearing clothing from the Neighborhood House Clothes Closet at our fall fashion show 2017

The Neighborhood House Clothes Closet provides new and gently used clothing and small household items to our neighbors in need. A career corner is available for those looking for career related clothing. Men’s, women’s, infant’s and children’s clothing is available. A birthday room is also available for low-income parents to select a new birthday gift for their children age 12 and under.

Neighborhood House Clothes Closet is open to the public. The funds made through these purchases allow Neighborhood House to operate the “client only” section where those in need can come for free clothing and household items, helping them on their path to self-sustainability.

Clothes hang at the store

Fall fashions from the Neighborhood House Clothes Closet

“The clothes closet is a great asset for the community,” Kathy Losinski, Executive Director, Neighborhood House, said. “We are able to provide a basic necessity for those in need and we see it change their lives.”

Neighborhood House Clothes Closet will be participating in Downtown Rochester’s Sidewalk Sales this year on July 12, 13, and 14. They will be set up in front of D’Marcos Italian Restaurant, on the corner of Fourth Street and Main Street. This event is open to the public and Neighborhood House encourages everyone to stop by to check our fabulous items and to learn more about the organization.

Visit Neighborhood House Clothes Closet or call 248-651-5836.

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