Material assistance including hygiene items for adults, children, and infants; food; furniture; household items including bedding, towels, kitchen utensils, silverware, plates, pots and pans, diapers, formula, etc.Individualized referrals and budgeting assistance.Transportation assistance in special circumstances, including gas vouchers and bus vou...
Provides donated items to low-income families and individuals. On most shopping days, available items include clothing, shoes, personal care items, furniture, and household goods. As supplies allow, diapers, formula, children’s car seats, strollers, etc. may be available.
Accepts donations of new and gently-used building products, appliances, furniture, and home medical equipment and supplies. (No mattresses are available.)The products are offered for sale to the general public, with proceeds benefiting Habitat for Humanity Quad Cities.
FINANCIAL SERVICES helps those who need assistance with rent, mortgage, utilities, furniture and clothing. Help for furniture and clothing will be in the form of vouchers. Funds are intended for dire need situations and when no other community resource is available to meet the need. All financial help is by Appointment only: must call on Monday mor...
Individuals may call to request assistance for basic life needs, which may include financial assistance for utilities and rent, rent deposit, furniture, prescriptions (non-narcotic), and car repair. If St. Vincent de Paul may be able to assist, a home visit will need to be scheduled. If St. Vincent de Paul cannot help, the person will receive info...
Offers Free Treasurers once in the spring and once in the fall. Furniture, household items and clothing are available on a first come, first serve basis. No limit to items that can be taken. Plastic bags are offered to anyone that needs one to carry items in.
General Assistance provides assistance for basic and special needs to low income persons who reside in Polk County that need assistance with beds, refrigerators or stoves. Eligibility is determined by Financial Assistance Specialists in accordance with General Assistance Ordinance and Manual.
Household items, beds, bedding, TVs, couches, etc. provided free of charge for those who can’t afford it. By referral only. Other available resources include financial assistance for prescription refills, fuel for vehicles for qualifying reasons, etc. Thrift store is available to the general public with no restrictions.
Thrift store. Individuals in need may receive $30 of clothes once every 90 days.Individuals in need may receive assistance for furniture and household goods when needed due to circumstances beyond their control.
Program to match families who are struggling financially and in need of household items, furniture and beds/cribs with those wanting to donate furniture, beds and household items in good condition. Also looking for volunteers to pick up and deliver donations.