Clothing Bank
 

INCA Clothing Bank

Clothing donations are needed by many of the 600,000 homeless families in the United States. But the need doesn't end there.  More than 28 million children living in low-income families and their parents could also benefit from donated clothes.

Clothing donations to qualified charitable organizations are tax deductible.  INCA Community Services, Inc. is a 501 (c)(3) Non-profit organization.  We have 2 locations; Atoka and Tishomingo, Oklahoma.

Clothing donation needs include: school clothes, coats and other cold-weather accessories, professional clothing for employment interviews and shoes, which wear out quickly and must be replaced often, especially among growing children.

Donated clothes are critical for mothers and young children who must flee their homes because of domestic violence or abuse.  Often these women and children leave under dangerous circumstances with only the clothes on their backs.

Clothes donations are also especially needed by homeless veterans.  Up to 40 percent of homeless adults are veterans, with more joining their ranks from the Iraqi and Afghanistan wars.

Clothing donations should be clean, undamaged and reasonably wrinkle-free.  Clothing can be folded and packed in sturdy boxes or bags; avoid hangers. Items that come in pairs (shoes, gloves, socks) should be kept together (shoe laces can be tied together, gloves and socks can be stuffed inside each other).  Pockets should be emptied and any belts should be securely fastened to their appropriate items. 

Your clothing donation can make a big difference in the lives of children and adults in need. Drop off locations for INCA Community Services are: 

Atoka Clothing Bank is located at 412 Allen Ave. in Atoka, Oklahoma.

Tishomingo Clothing Bank is located at 201 South Capital in Tishomingo, Oklahoma.