Clothing INC began when employees  from Eydent Insurance wanted to adopt families during Christmas. Soon after there was a realization that the need was bigger than just a few families in our community. Clothing INC was created soon after in the efforts to help clothe our people in need within our community. 

In October 2017, Clothing INC joined a collaborative effort in Isabella County to reduce poverty by partnering with United Way, Mount Pleasant Area Community Foundation, Care Store, Isabella County Restoration House, and Community Compassion Network Food Pantry, in the Strickler Center. Since moving into the Strickler Center we have gifted out over 60,000 pieces of clothing.

In 2013 Clothing INC gifted out just over 4,000 pieces of clothing. Now, 5 years later, Clothing INC as gift over 248,000 pieces of clothes to people in need in our community.

Store location: 1114 W High St, Mt Pleasant, MI 48858

Monday : 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Tuesday: Closed

Wednesday : 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Thursday : 10 AM - 2:00 PM

Friday: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM


Commonly Asked Questions 

How often can I receive clothes?
  • Once every 4 months
Can I shop for my family?
  • Yes, when you schedule an appointment you will add each of your immediate family members. A proxy is required if you are getting/ picking up clothing for someone else during their scheduled appointment. 
Do I need an appointment?
  • Yes, we do not take walk-ins.
  • Agencies are allowed walk-ins under supervision.
Do I have to commit to a certain amount of time to volunteer?
  • We do not require any length of commitment, we do ask that when you schedule to volunteer with us that you come during that time.  If you are unable we ask for 24 hour notice.

Do you host large volunteer groups?

  • Yes! We do our best accommodate groups.  We often open up Saturdays for larger groups.


For any other questions email info@clothinginc.org 

or call:  (989) 323-3332.

What We Do



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235 people



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