• The poverty rate in Arizona is over 18%, among the 10 worst in the nation.
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  • Clothes Cabin is the only clothing bank in Chandler. Clothing services are completely free and accessible to people in need.
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  • In 2015, Clothes Cabin gave away over 60,000 articles of clothing and linens to local families.
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  • Friends Resale Boutique sits right next door to Clothes Cabin and is open to the public. All proceeds support Clothes Cabin's mission.
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Welcome to Clothes Cabin

Our vision is that no person or family within our service area lacks the clothing they need to secure employment, maintain a healthy and hygienic life, and be socially accepted.

To that end, we provide clothing and household linens to people in need, and builds lasting relationships with our clients, characterized by Christian love, trust, and respect.

Save the Date!

no-more-chilly-nightsJoin us for Clothes Cabin's 4th annual No More Chilly Nights! This chili cook-off fundraiser includes and evening of food, drinks, live entertainments, and a silent auction. Reservations required, invitation and ticket information coming soon. All proceeds benefit Clothes Cabin, a local nonprofit providing free clothes to people in need.

About Us

Formed in 2001, One Small Step provided socks and clothing to agencies serving the poor. In 2008 Clothes Cabin grew when the Chandler clothing bank closed.

How to Help

Individuals, businesses and faith-based organizations make Clothes Cabin possible. Volunteers perform the work of distributing quality clothing donations.

Get Help

We’re a Christian ministry providing clothing and household linens to people in need regardless of residence, citizenship, ethnicity, gender or religion.

What we do – Why we do it

Clothes Cabin is in its 8th year of operations at its current facility. Please watch this informational video and learn more about how Clothes Cabin started, how the services have evolved over the years, and how operations continue to meet the needs of the community.