Middle TN Food and Clothing Resources

Food and Clothing

Nashville Diaper Connection

We collect diapers and distribute them through our community partners. By being intermediaries, we limit duplication of services, reduce administration expenses and work collaboratively to solve a basic human need at the community level. If struggling families need diapers, they often have other needs as well, which are best addressed through our partner agencies and their full continuum of care. Nashville Diaper Connection is a growing community of support.

P.O. Box 159128 | Nashville, TN 37215

Nashville Rescue Mission

Providing hope for today, hope for tomorrow, and hope for eternity to the hungry, homeless, and hurting.

Donation Center - 616 7th Avenue South, Nashville, TN 37203
Mailing Address - 639 Lafayette Street, Nashville, TN 37203-4226

(615)255-2475

Eastminster Presbyterian Church

A clothes closet is on site. Children can get school supplies, backpacks, diapers, and other goods from the church.

3930 Gallatin Rd
Nashville, TN 37216

(615) 262-5531

Davidson County Relative Caregiver Program

Note they only support relative caregiver families who are enrolled in their program. They also provide case management, community resource navigation, youth enrichments, and emergency financial aid. This is in addition to furniture, home furnishings, food, clothing, and other household goods. Some vouchers may be offered so people can get the goods for free, while other goods are sold at a low cost.

DCS.Custsrv@tn.gov

201 23rd Avenue N
Nashville, TN 37203

(615)340-9742

Catholic Charities of Tennessee, Inc.

A number of social services are offered, including the possibility of limited financial aid for needs such as rent or utilities. The charity may also have new or gently used secondhand clothing. Baby items are available as well. This can include layettes for young children up to 24 months old as well as infants. Parents need to be able to prove that they can't afford to buy clothing on their own at standard retail prices. More on Catholic Charity assistance programs in Nashville.

30 White Bridge Rd
Nashville, Tennessee 37205

(615) 760-4436

Hands On Nashville

Hands On Nashville's mission is to meet community needs through volunteerism. It all started with one Nashvillian’s desire to find meaningful ways for people to volunteer.

hon@hon.org

37 Peabody Street, Suite 206
Nashville, TN 37210

(615) 298-1108

Mobile Loaves and Fishes

A free food pantry, clothing bank, and school assistance program are run. A low cost thrift store is also open to the general public.

3605 Hillsboro Pike
Nashville, Tennessee 37215

(615) 460-0172

Clothing Only

East Nashville Cooperative Ministry

Sells gently used clothing from a thrift store, and items are sold at a very low price. Can also pass out free clothes to people faced with a crisis.

info@encm.org

807 Main St
Nashville, TN 37206

(615) 244-7312

Pregnancy Support Center

The center provides maternity and baby clothing, diapers, cribs, strollers, etc. to low income individuals in need of help.

745 S. Church St, Ste 801 Murfreesboro, TN 37130

(615) 893-0228

Samaritan Ministries

The non-profit may be able to distribute donated, new or gently used clothing for people who need help. Exchange services are available at the center too.

1041 28th Ave N
Nashville, Tennessee 37208

(615) 329-1523

Christian Co-Operative Ministry

Only provides household goods and clothing to people who live in the zip code of 37115.

ccm@helpmadison.org

201 Madison St
Madison, Tennessee 37115

(615) 868-4865

Goodlettsville Help Center

Low income and working poor clients can receive clothing at most twice per year, and the aid is seasonal by nature. Other items may include linens, shoes, work uniforms, and items for people who were impacted by a disaster such as a fire. In addition, the center accepts donations of new or gently used clothing, small household items, shoes, toys, and baby clothing. No large furniture is available.

jeff@goodlett.comcastbiz.net

108 Depot St.
Goodlettsville, TN 37072

(615) 859-4706

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