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Clothing the Homeless is here to serve the homeless of Orange County and we are only able to continue because of clothing donations from people like you. The donations you make are for people who are living on the streets and they carry everything they possess on them be it backpacks, suit cases, or large hand bags.

We will gladly accept any donations of new or gently used clothing. Our greatest needs at the moment are:

                     Backpacks                                              Rolling suitcases                                            Tote bags

                    Duffel bags                                                Sleeping bags                                              Men’s belts

               Men’s sweatpants                                                Towels                                                   Baseball caps

Thank you for your kind support!

Donations for clothing drop off at Journey Church are welcome by appointment every Wednesday and Thursday from the hours of 1 PM to 4 PM. NO CLOTHING BE LEFT AT FRONT DOOR. Contact Patsy at 949 786 4849 ahead of time to let her know you will be arriving.

Always needed donations

Men’s Items:

    • Pants, slacks and jeans sizes all sizes

    • Men’s shoes and tennis shoes all sizes

    • Men’s Boxers, Medium, Large, X Large, 2X

    • Men’s Briefs, Medium, Large, X Large, 2X

    • Shirts, long and short sleeve, T-shirts etc., all sizes

    • Sweaters, hoodies, jackets, coats, all sizes

    • Men’s sweat pants

    • Shorts, all sizes

    • Belts

    • Men’s shoes

    • Socks

    • Men’s beanies, baseball style hats, gloves and scarfs.

Women’s Items:

    • Panties only new.

    • Bras, Sports Bras

    • Pants, Capris, sweat pants and shorts.

    • Summer Hats

    • Shoulder Bags

    • Belts

    • Women’s shoes

    • Socks

    • Shirts long  and short sleeve.

    • Sweaters, hoodies, jackets, all sizes

    • Winter beanies, gloves and scarfs.

Donations to this ministry are needed to continue helping those less fortunate.