A 2nd Time Around Shop
Good quality clothing can be out of reach for families who experience food need. Toni’s Closet provides access to quality clothing for a wide variety of food insecure populations. Come support this work!
Toni’s Closet is a program of Toni’s Kitchen.
Toni’s Closet: Mission and Vision
We envision a community where everyone has reliable access to appropriate, good-quality clothing. Through repurposing gently used clothing and housewares, Toni's Closet ensures access to these items for low-income neighbors in ways that respect their dignity and strengthens their independence. We are pleased to be gentle custodians of our planet by repurposing items and providing an extended life!
How do your donations to Toni's Closet change lives?
Your gently used clothing is repurposed to provide dignity and accessibility to a wide variety of food insecure populations. For those who are without housing or in unstable housing, Toni’s Kitchen distributes warm sweatshirts, socks, and outerwear regularly after our soup kitchen meal. We also regularly provide families with free clothing distributions during grocery distributions. Other donations will be sold at very low cost through Toni’s Closet where families and students can choose clothing most appropriate to their needs and preferences.
Proceeds from sales at Toni’s Closet help support the food ministry of Toni's Kitchen.
Location and Contact Info:
St. Luke's Church
73 So. Fullerton Avenue
Montclair, NJ 07042
(as of JANUARY 2023):
Wednesday: 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
Friday: 10:00 am to 1:00 pm
Saturday: 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
Sunday: 11:30 am to 2:00 pm
What items can I donate?
Clothing donations (new or gently used) are most welcome! Toiletries, clean socks, and shoes all keep our guests healthy, clean and moving forward!
When do you accept donations?
Click here for the days and times we accept donations at Toni's Kitchen.
Are there items you don’t take?
We do not take large applicances, furniture, bean bag chairs, carseats, bike helmets, bed pillows, mattresses, TVs, computers, air conditioners, baby furniture, auto parts, trash, chemicals or any type of hazardous materials, as well as other items that do not comply with Consumer Product Safety Commission Standards: www.cpsc.gov.
Thank you for supporting our neighbors!