The Phyllis Zumkehr Portage County Clothing Center offers gently used clothing, household items and even appliances as available to families and individuals in need at absolutely no cost. They serve over 3,000 individuals and families every month. The center also has a focus on protecting the environment by keeping these nice items out of the garbage. 215 tons of clothing is diverted from landfills each year.
County Clothing Center
of every dollar donated goes toward direct service.
people are served each year through our programs.
individuals volunteer every year.
The Portage County Clothing Center was named in memory of Phyllis Zumkehr. Survived by her husband, Charlie, the family has made significant contributions to establish and run the center. After her death, Mr. Zumkehr felt the organization represented a meaningful way to celebrate the memory of her life. He continues to support the center as it grows and serves the community.
- Children’s shoes and boots
- Baby items
- Maternity clothes
- Men’s and Women’s plus sizes
- Silverware, pots and pans
- Blankets, towels and bedding
- Monetary donations are always welcome
Volunteers help to maintain the center and welcome shoppers. To contribute or for more information, call 330.296.0503
To provide, free of charge, gently used clothing and other personal and household items as available to families and individuals in need, while reducing the waste stream and promoting a positive experience for volunteers.
3377 State Route 59
Ravenna, OH 44266
Monday – Friday 10:00am- 2:00pm
Tuesday & Thursday evenings 6:00pm -8:00pm