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FREE School Supplies in Royal Oak, MI!

FREE School Supplies in Royal Oak, MI!

Looking for free school supplies and back to school clothes in Royal Oak, MI? We’re happy to help. I did some searches for this information and this is what I found.

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FREE School Supplies in Royal Oak, MI!

Charity Music of Michigan, Inc. provides no-risk music instrument loans to low income and at-risk youth throughout the state of Michigan! This agency also provides entry-level start up music programs for low income schools who couldn’t otherwise afford music programs.

Computer Giveaway Center in Detroit may be able to provide you with a low-cost computer!  You’ll need to write a letter describing why you cannot afford a computer and how the computer will benefit your student. It can be handwritten or typed, but must be brought with you to the Giveaway Center at 2153 E Vernor Hwy in Detroit. You will be asked to contribute $125 for desktops or $150 for laptops. Each computer includes a monitor, mouse, keyboard, sound card, CD-R drive, anti-virus protection, anti-spyware protection and a word processor program.

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Local events are a great place to get free and low-cost school supplies! Check out this helpful Educational Resources list! There are DOZENS of events that you could attend for free supplies!

United Way of Southeastern Michigan operates a Stuff the Bus fundraiser that donates school supplies to schools throughout the area. You’ll need to contact your school directly for more information.

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Volunteers of America Michigan provides school supplies and backpacks directly to school districts throughout teh county. You’ll need to contact your school directly to see how you can obtain supplies from this program.

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Computer Giveaway Center in Detroit may be able to provide you with a low-cost computer!  You’ll need to write a letter describing why you cannot afford a computer and how the computer will benefit your student. It can be handwritten or typed, but must be brought with you to the Giveaway Center at 2153 E Vernor Hwy in Detroit. You will be asked to contribute $125 for desktops or $150 for laptops. Each computer includes a monitor, mouse, keyboard, sound card, CD-R drive, anti-virus protection, anti-spyware protection and a word processor program.

FREE School Clothes in Royal Oak, MI!

Crossroads of Michigan provides assistance with clothing, Christmas meals, diapers, baby formula, food, medication expenses and more to low income families. Call (313) 831-2000 for more information.

Foster Closet of Michigan provides new or like-new clothing to foster children throughout Michigan. Call (800) 554-4966 for more information.

Help’s on the Way provides clothing to low income families who earn 200% or less of the Federal Poverty Guideline. You can get clothing here once per month! They also operate a food bank. Call (313) 908-7104 for more info.

Operation School Bell provides new winter wardrobes, including coats, hats, gloves, underwear, socks, shirts, jeans, shoes, and backpacks, for students in the tri-county area. You just have to be referred to the program by your school district in Wayne, Macomb or Oakland County!

Salvation Army provides gently used clothing to low income families. They may also be able to provide food assistance,w itner clothing and utility payment assistance!

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