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COUNTIES 
LISTED 
IN 
ALPHABETICAL 
ORDER!
HYGIENE & CLEANING SUPPLY FREE PANTRIES! 
This page was last updated: July 7, 2021
NOTE:  
Many Food Pantries now ALSO have hygiene and cleaning products but with some, 
you MUST ASK! Otherwise, we will be listing special pantries where you can find 
those items. Also check with any Non-profit or Social Service agencies you may be 
working with as many of those also have these supplies!  www.pantrynet.org 

ALSO: 
For baby diapers, formula and other care items, please check on this site under 
CRISIS PREGNANCY AND PREGNANCY RESOURCES. Many of these agencies
will also help with these items!


NOTE: If a Senior Citizen needs diapers or personal protection items, and the Senior has 
the MI Choice Waiver Program (Medicare & Medicaid), this should be covered under their 
insurance. For more info regarding the MI Choice Waiver Benefit, the local Area Agency 
on Aging should be contacted. For their contact info, go to the SENIOR RESOURCES
page and look under your County!


METRO DETROIT & WAYNE COUNTY

Metropolitan Detroit Diaper Bank 
3434 Chene   Suite  #7546
Detroit, MI  48207
Phone: 313-478-4420
Website: https://www.detroitdiaperbank.com/diapers
The Metropolitan Detroit Diaper Bank is a 501(c)(3) organization serving Wayne, Oakland 
and Macomb counties. Our mission is to educate and raise the quality of life for our com-
munity by providing disenfranchised populations with diapers for infants, children, and 
senior citizens; ensuring that everyone in the Metro Detroit area can be clean, dry and 
healthy.
&
Detroit Alliance for Period Supplies 
The Detroit Alliance for Period Supplies helps ensure that individuals in need have access 
to essential period products required to fully participate in daily life with dignity and works 
to raise awareness about the causes and consequences of “period poverty” in our comm-
unity. 

Diapers for the D
Email: diapersforthed@gmail.com
Website:  http://www.diapersforthed.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DiapersfortheD
We believe that every baby deserves a fresh start, and that begins with clean diapers. 
Diaper need is not on most people's radar because when they think of necessities, food, 
water, and shelter come to mind. Although these are incredibly important as well, diapers 
are just as critical to babies. Without frequent diaper changes, babies can develop diaper 
rash. Our mission is to collect donations, diapers or monetary, and distribute all diapers 
through Head Starts in the Metro-Detroit area. 2/3 of families in Detroit have reported ex-periencing diaper need. We want that to change. 

Maternal Outreach of Michigan
Phone: 248-955-3053    888-240-2442
Website: http://www.maternaloutreachofmichigan.com/diaper
The mother and/or child (or pregnant woman) must have Medicaid. The baby must be 16 
months or younger. To make a request, call or complete the online form. They give packs 
of diapers (size 1 - 5) to needy families and offer home delivery. The family must call. One 
request per household at a time.

The Natural Momma Me Initiative
11000 W. McNichols  Suite 212
Detroit, MI  48221 
Phone: 313-757-5427
Website: www.naturalmommame.com
​The Natural Momma Me Initiative is a non-profit organization catering to the needs of mom
and baby. We provide diapers, both cloth and disposable, to low income families. Our goal
is to increase the health, wellness, security and independence of the diverse populations
served. Additionally, we provide referrals to affordable care services and environmentally
friendly resources which includes, but is not limited to, cloth diaper education, midwifery
and doula care, lactation services, baby-wearing classes, maternal nutrition, and childbirth
education classes.

WAYNE METROPOLITAN CAA
Wayne Metro Detroit HQ
7310 Woodward   Suite 800
Detroit, MI  48202
&
Out-County Service Hub
2121 Biddle Ave.
Wyandotte, MI  48192
Phone: 313-388-9799
Email: WMConnectCenter@waynemetro.org
Website: https://www.waynemetro.org/children-and-family-services
Family Resources:
Wayne Metro offers many Healthy Family Resources such as free safety seats and diapers 
through our Community Diaper Bank. We also collaborate with local organizations to host 
semi-annual Community Baby Showers, in which parents and families are given information 
and gifts that help them be more caring, informed, and attentive.

HEARTBEAT OF MONROE
123 W. First 
Monroe, MI 48161
Phone: 734-243-6550
Website: https://www.heartbeatofmonroe.org/about_us
We are able to provide our clients with diapers, formula, food, clothing and other items they 
might need for their little ones. There is never a charge for any of the services we offer. 

Southwest Solutions 
Children, Youth & families Division
5716 Michigan Ave.
Detroit, MI 48210
Phone: 313-963-2266
Website: https://www.swsol.org/children-youth-and-families-counseling

Redford Interfaith Relief
18499 Beech Daly 
Redford, MI  48240
Phone: 313-387-9802
Website: www.redfordinterfaithrelief.org
The Emergency Food Assistance Program
Access to our Client-Choice Pantry
A program created by Redford Interfaith Relief and community churches to meet the 
emergency needs of the community. Customers must first receive an emergency re-
ferral from their church community. The Emergency Food Program is also a Client-
Choice Pantry of groceries, and personal care items, approved by the agency’s Board 
of Directors.
&
Customers shop in our Client-Choice Pantry but must first show:
  • Valid Redford Driver's License or State ID
  • Social Security Card
  • Birth Certificates for children
  • Proof of DHS Assistance Programs
  • Proof of all other income to qualify for assistance
&
  • Food Day Food Program
  • Emergency Food Program
  • Liquid Nutrition Program

ICNA RELIEF/ Muslim Family Services ​
12500 Mitchell 
Detroit, MI  48212
&
12346 McDougall
Detroit, MI  48212
Phone: 313-366-6800
Website: https://muslimfamilyservices.org
ICNA Relief Michigan has served the Michigan community since 1998 as Muslim Family 
Services (MFS). We offer full range of services to individuals, couples, and families of 
all backgrounds. The mission of ICNA Relief’s Muslim Family Services is to provide a compassionate support system through our programs which will nourish, flourish, and 
facilitate the success of our community.

Detroit Police 6th Precinct's  Community Closet
11450 Warwick at Plymouth Road 
Detroit, MI  48228
Phone: 313-596-5600
The Community Closet is for all Detroiter's, made possible from donations.The closet 
includes food, hygiene items, diapers for babies, and even coats, hats, and business 
attire for men & women for job interviews.

HOPE Medical Clinic
Mailing address for all programs:
HOPE Clinic
P.O. Box 980311
Ypsilanti, MI  48198-0311
&
HOPE Medical & Dental Clinic
518 Harriet 
Ypsilanti, MI  48198
Phone: 734-484-2989 (Administration)
&
HOPE Wayne Medical Clinic
33608 Palmer  
Westland, MI  48185
Phone: 734-710-6688
Email: mdekker@thehopeclinic.org
Website: https://thehopeclinic.org/medical-care
Provides feminine products, hygiene products, self-care products, and baby care such 
as formula, diapers, wipes & baby food. Must have had a baby to receive supplies. Pro-
vides referrals to other resources. Mother's & Primary Caretakers may come in once a 
week to pick up supplies. Also has a free laundry services for a total of six loads per 
person. To schedule an appointment for this service, please call 734-961-3124 at 9 a.m. 
on Fridays. 

Garden City / Our HOME Pantry 
31735 Maplewood 
Garden City, MI  48135 
Phone: 734-793-1859
Website: http://www.gardencitymi.org/248/Our-HOME-Pantry
Our H.O.M.E Food Pantry located at the Maplewood Community Center. Staff and vol-
unteers are passionate about helping and empowering residents to live their best lives.
The pantry serves Garden City residents and Garden City Public School (GCPS) students 
& their families in need. The pantry is by appointment only. Appointments can be made 
phone or email. Could you or someone you know use a little extra help with baby food, 
formula, or diapers right now? 

Rockwood First Congregational Church / Toiletry Co-Op Pantry 
22600 Mather 
Rockwood, MI 48173
Phone: 734-379-3711
Email: rockwoodfcc125@gmail.com
Website: http://fccrockwood.org/toiletry-co-op
The Toiletry Co-op Pantry which provides personal hygiene items, cleaning products, 
gently used clothing and some food products. The Pantry will open from 1 to 3 p.m. on 
the last Monday of each month. If that Monday is a holiday, the Pantry will be open the 
previous Monday. 


LENAWEE COUNTY

​Saline Social Service
224 W. Michigan Ave.
Saline, MI  48176
Phone: 734-429-4570
Email:  info@salinesocialservice.com
Website: https://salinesocialservice.com
A food pantry, diapers, toiletries,laundry detergent, and paper products.

The Daily Bread of Lenawee Soup Kitchen and Pantry
Mailing Address: 
PO Box 894 
Adrian, MI  49221
&
Physical Address: 
302 S.Tecumseh (on the east side of Adrian)
Adrian, MI  49221
Phone: 517-266-0937
Email: thedailybread@frontier.com
Website: https://www.dailybreadlenawee.org
​Personal care bags are distributed quarterly: February, May, August and November. 
Patrons are notified in advance. There is one bag per patron. 


MACOMB COUNTY

Woman's Life Chapter 911 Hygiene Pantry
48542 Van Dyke  Suite 1B
Shelby Twp., MI  48317 
Phone: 586-604-6907
Email: WL911macombangels@gmail.com 
Guests can pick a Woman's Pack, Men's Pack, or a Laundry Pack every other month 
and will also receive a Standard pack that has:
  • Toilet Paper
  • Towels
  • Kleenex
  • Bar Soap
  • Hand Soap 
  • Dish Soap 
Open the 2nd & 4th Mondays from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and the 3rd Saturday of the month 
from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. OR by appointment. Come in the door under big green awning--
take door to the right and we are the second door on the right. Must be a Macomb Co.
Resident. 

Metropolitan Detroit Diaper Bank 
3434 Chene   Suite  #7546
Detroit, MI  48207
Phone: 313-478-4420
Website: https://www.detroitdiaperbank.com/diapers
The Metropolitan Detroit Diaper Bank is a 501(c)(3) organization serving Wayne, Oakland 
and Macomb counties. Our mission is to educate and raise the quality of life for our com-
munity by providing disenfranchised populations with diapers for infants, children, and 
senior citizens; ensuring that everyone in the Metro Detroit area can be clean, dry and 
healthy.
&
Detroit Alliance for Period Supplies 
The Detroit Alliance for Period Supplies helps ensure that individuals in need have access 
to essential period products required to fully participate in daily life with dignity and works 
to raise awareness about the causes and consequences of “period poverty” in our comm-
unity. 

St. Luke's Episcopal Church / Personal Care Pantry
7700 22 Mile
Shelby Twp., MI 48317
Phone: 586-731-1221
Website:
Personal care products, cleaning products and paper goods available on Wednesday
mornings from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.  Must have a Bridge card, photo identification, and 
must be a resident of Macomb County. Recipients are allowed to pick up items once 
every two months for the first year and then the interval lengthens. 

Macomb Charitable Foundation
18215 24 Mile
Macomb, MI 48042
Phone: 586-232-3473
Website: https://www.macombcharitablefoundation.org
The Macomb Charitable Foundation exists to help children living at or below poverty level
in Macomb County. Our goal is to alleviate the suffering of children and their families by
providing financial assistance for items such as but not limited to; food, clothing, personal
care items, rent/utility assistance, vehicle repair, educational assistance and when available
personal & spiritual mentoring.

Everlasting Word Christian Church / Community Resource Center 
22721 Harmon
St. Clair Shores, MI   48080
Website: https://www.everlastingwordcogic.org
Provides hygiene & household items as well as masks and hand sanitizer.


MONROE COUNTY

​HOPE CHURCH OF MONROE 
Phone: 734-755-2884
Website: https://www.facebook.com/hopesclosetforneedy
​HOPES CLOSET is a free clothing ministry out of HOPE CHURCH of MONROE 
serving Monroe County. We offer clothing, personal hygiene products, baby 
needs, pet foods, and emergency food services. Requirements: county resi-
dent with a need!

HEARTBEAT OF MONROE
123 W. First 
Monroe, MI  48161
Phone: 734-243-6550
Website: https://www.heartbeatofmonroe.org/about_us
We are able to provide our clients with diapers, formula, food, clothing and other
items they might need for their little ones. There is never a charge for any of the 
services we offer.  

OAKLAND COUNTY

Metropolitan Detroit Diaper Bank 
3434 Chene   Suite  #7546
Detroit, MI  48207
Phone: 313-478-4420
Website: https://www.detroitdiaperbank.com/diapers
The Metropolitan Detroit Diaper Bank is a 501(c)(3) organization serving Wayne, 
Oakland and Macomb counties. Our mission is to educate and raise the quality 
of life for our community by providing disenfranchised populations with diapers 
for infants, children, and senior citizens; ensuring that everyone in the Metro
Detroit area can be clean, dry and healthy.
&
Detroit Alliance for Period Supplies 
The Detroit Alliance for Period Supplies helps ensure that individuals in need 
have access to essential period products required to fully participate in daily 
life with dignity and works to raise awareness about the causes and conse-
quences of “period poverty” in our community. 

Zelphias Community Kitchen 
P.O Box 837 
Novi, MI  48376
Phone: 269-275-9728  Victoria Trudell
Email: zelphiascommunitykitchen@gmail.com
Website: https://www.zelphias.com/blessing-bags
TRAVEL-SIZE TOILETRIES
  • Toothbrush
  • Toothpaste
  • Deodorant
  • Shampoo
  • Conditioner
  • Comb
  • Tissue
HEALTH
  • Toe/hand warmer’s [winter season]
  • Tampons/pads [women’s bags]
  • Socks
  • Bandaids
  • Bathing/baby wipes

AFFIRMATIONS LGBTQ+ Community Center 
290 W. 9 Mile 
Ferndale, MI 48220
Phone: 248-398-7105
Website: www.goaffirmations.org   
Hygiene, sexual health and PPE kits.

Neighbor for Neighbor
Located in the Hart Community Center at Mill Pond Park
495 Broadway
Davisburg, MI  48350
Phone: 248-634-0900
Email: nfndavisburg@gmail.com
Website: http://neighborforneighbor.net/about-us.html
Items such as toothbrushes & toothpaste toilet paper, feminine hygiene products.

Bernadette's Faith in Action
20880 10 Mile
St. Clair Shores, MI  48050
Food & Clothes Pantry open 24/7.  All free, no questions asked. 


WASHTENAW COUNTY

Saline Area Social Services 
224 W. Michigan Ave.
Saline, MI  48176
Phone: 734-429-4570
Website: https://salinesocialservice.com/get-food/how-we-can-help
Our mission is to help our struggling neighbors within the Saline Area School 
District by providing them the extra aid, tools and resources to help improve 
their lives. ​
&
A weekly food pantry that includes fresh, frozen, canned and boxed goods, 
diapers, toiletries and paper products. We also provide special items, like 
laundry soap, dish soap, shampoo, deodorant and feminine hygiene pro-
ducts to our clients monthly.

Ann Arbor Cloth Diaper Closet 
Phone: 
Application link: https://form.jotform.com/82782856784173
Email: annarborcdc@gmail.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/annarborcdc
Ann Arbor Cloth Diaper Closet is an independent organization lending cloth diapers 
at no cost to in need families in the Ann Arbor area.

SOS Community Services 
101 S. Huron 
Ypsilanti, MI 48197
Phone: 734-485-8730
&
SOS Resource Center 
14 N. River 
Ypsilanti, MI 48198
Phone: 734-484-5411   To apply for utility assistance
Website: https://soscs.org/what-we-do-2
The SOS Resource Center:
Through the resource center, we help stretch tight budgets so community members 
can stay housed by offering a choice food pantry and walk-in services. Families can 
get assistance with utilities, transportation, personal care items, and housing resou-
rces. The SOS Resource Center also is a MiBridges Navigation site so people can get 
connected to the benefits offered by the Department of Health and Human Services.

Joyful Treats Community Development Corporation
103 Ecorse 
Ypsilanti, MI
Phone: 734-485-4367
Email: admin@joyfultreats.org
Website: http://joyfultreats.org
Joyful Treats Food Distribution & Personal Protection Essentials Drive-Thru is every 
Tuesday, from 11 am- 1 pm  (While Supplies Last).

HOPE Medical Clinic
Mailing address for all programs:
HOPE Clinic
P.O. Box 980311
Ypsilanti, MI  48198-0311
&
HOPE Medical & Dental Clinic
518 Harriet
Ypsilanti, MI 48198
Phone: 734-484-2989  Administration
&
HOPE Wayne Medical Clinic
33608 Palmer
Westland, MI 
Phone: 734-710-6688
Email: mdekker@thehopeclinic.org
Website: https://thehopeclinic.org/medical-care
Provides feminine products, hygiene products, self-care products, and baby care such 
as formula, diapers, wipes & baby food. Must have had a baby to receive supplies. Pro-
vides referrals to other resources. Mother's & Primary Caretakers may come in once a 
week to pick up supplies. Also has a free laundry services for a total of six loads per 
person. To schedule an appointment for this service, please call 734-961-3124 at 9 a.m. 
on Fridays. 













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