Men’s and Children’s Clothing Appeal

Giving thanks ahead of time for your generosity, we're asking our benefactors to take a look inside their closets and get a jump on spring cleaning!

The Capuchin Services Center is facing an acute need for clean, gently-used men's and children's clothing items. These items will be sorted and folded by volunteers and made available to those in need. All seasons, all sizes, all colors and types are needed. To donate, bring your items to the Capuchin Services Center located at:

6333 Medbury St
Detroit, MI 48211

Donations accepted Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

How to Donate:

  • Please have all donation items in bags or boxes if possible
  • Please place all donations in trunk or as far back as possible in the vehicle
  • Follow directions of the signs and staff. Pull up into the garage.
  • Advise the attendant of what you are donating. (see the donation guidelines below under “What to Donate”). Please note that donations will be accepted at the discretion of staff.
  • The attendants will unload the bagged/boxed donated items from your vehicle.
  • If requested, a donation receipt is provided.

What to Donate:

✅ We will gratefully accept:

  • Clean, gently used quality clothing (men and children’s clothing are always in greatest demand)
  • Clothing accessories such as belts, hats, and shoes.
  • New men’s and women’s underwear, socks, and hygiene items especially for our shower program
  • Used or new shoes and boots especially for men and children
  • Winter gear
  • Bed and bath linens.
  • Baby and adult diapers.
  • Gas and electric stoves in good working condition
  • Refrigerators in good working condition (no more than 12 years old)
  • Dishes, pots and pans, silverware, small working appliances
  • Non-perishable food items (commercially manufactured and packaged)

�� We will not accept:

  • Furniture such as chairs, or couches
  • Electronics such as used computers or televisions
  • Used infant furniture, car seats, strollers, cribs, etc.
  • Clothing with bad odor, dirt, hair, or clear signs of pest or bed bugs.
  • Household chemicals
  • Medical supplies