Clothing

The next clothing distribution will be Saturday, July 29, from 9:00 AM until Noon.

Doors Open around 8:30AM to begin registration.

Families are processed based on when they register and the number assigned.

The amount of clothing will depend on the family size.

There are NO financial requirements to receive clothing.

If you wear clothes, you need clothes.

Clothes range from infant to larger adult sizes.

We also have misc toys and equipment. Some items MAY include strollers, high chairs, car seats, bouncers, shoes, small riding toys, books, etc.

For questions about the distribution, please contact the church office at or (937) 426-7491.

If you would like to help, please use the same contact information.

Since we started in March 2014, we have been able to help thousands of people, in multiple states and in other countries. Our process is simple, we gather donated items from Plato's Closet and Once Upon a Child in Beavercreek, sort and store until we host our own distribution or until we give items to other organizations to give away. We do NOT sell items!

We provide each store with tax donation cards to provide to your clients who want a tax donation for their donates. Beavercreek Baptist Church is a 501(C)3 organization and subsequently all donations to us qualify for charitable contribution status.

Below is a list of what we have been doing along with our partnerships. I hope this helps to give you a ‘big picture’ what we do.

Thanks for your interest! Why not get involved and help others!

Here is a list of what we do with the clothes and the other organizations that we help supply clothing as well.

 

1. Local Distribution (2014-2017) (ongoing)

BBC hosts local distributions every couple months at the church. In 2015 alone, we gave clothing and items to over 5,000 people at the church alone.

Beavercreek High School Partnership – students from the Career Class 1 come to the church 3 hours a week to sort clothes as job training.

2. SOIN Hospital Emergency Room (ongoing)

We stock a clothing cabinet in the Emergency Room for patients who have part of their clothes removed for medical treatment. The supply closet provides clothing for patients to wear home.

3. Beavercreek High School Clothing Room (ongoing)

BHS has opened a clothing room for families in need. We help supply the clothes to that service as well as prom dresses in the Fall.

4. Montgomery County Job & Family Service Clothes to Work Program (ongoing)

The Clothes to Work Program offers dress clothes for job interviews. BBC provides dress clothes, shoes, purses and accessories.

5. Inner-City Dayton (2014-2016) 

BBC also sponsored an inner-city mission called Eastview Mission. The mission was staffed by volunteers and provided free food, clothing and spiritual guidance to homeless, low income, prostitutes and local immigrants.

6. Adorn Clothing Distribution (2015-2016) 

This organization offers free clothing on a weekly basis to individuals in New Paris, Ohio and Richmond, Indiana. We provide them clothes of all sizes every other month.

7. Greater Appalachian Outreach Mission (2015) 

This organization operates out of Williamsburg, Kentucky and supplies free clothing to thousands of very poor families in the Appalachian Mountain regions of Kentucky and Tennessee. We have a partnership to provide excess clothing as we are able. In 2015 we donated 3 tons of clothes to this organization.

In the fall of 2015 they did a clothing distribution in 7 elementary schools at the same time with donations from us and churches in North Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia, and Kentucky.

8. Community Christian Fellowship (2015) 

This church is based out of Prospect, Ohio (north of Columbus, Ohio) and is a very rural town. They have purchased an old house next to the church as an ongoing free clothing house for locals to come and get clothes. We provide them clothes every other month or so.

9. Xenia, Ohio (2014 & 2016)

Through a partnership with Community Action, BBC Clothing Outreach was able to send 8 trailer loads of clothes for their annual clothing distribution(2014). This is a partnership with BBC Clothing Outreach, Community Action, Greene County Job & Family Services and the Greater Dayton Unity Way for 2016.