Back-to-School Giveaways and Exchanges in NYC

It’s almost time for school, and we’ve got a few programs to help you get everything you need without breaking your budget. Check out these programs that offer back-to-school giveaways now.

August 22, 2017 | HF Healthy Living Team

Sending your children back to school shouldn’t mean you have to worry about the costs that go along with school supplies and clothes.

Visit an organization below or sign up to become eligible to get free school supplies, outfits, and much more.

INCA Relief Back-to-School Project

INCA Relief started this project in 2009 with the hope of strengthening communities and families and of making opportunities for those in need. They offer a number of programs and services. Check out some upcoming events today.

Materials for the Arts

The MFTA is part of the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs and is proud to distribute donations from businesses and individuals to help everyone thrive. Every year, they provide supplies worth millions of dollars to help education departments and individuals succeed. Check out how to be a recipient here.

DonateNYC Exchange

Back to School Shopping
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Pinterest

DonateNYC Exchange makes it easy to find what you’re looking for and exchange what you have. Taking part helps to reduce waste, helps others keep jobs, and saves you money. You can find computers, desks, and more. Take a look through some of the items they have ready to exchange now.

Stop ‘N’ Swap from GrowNYC

GrowNYC also offers a great exchange program to bring anything you might have and get something you really need. They will sort through your items for you, weigh them, and put them on the tables for display. Find out more, and stop by the next Stop ‘N’ Swap soon.

Don’t forget to check out some essential back-to-school tips to get ahead this school year too.


© 2017 HF Management Services, LLC

Healthfirst is the brand name used for products and services provided by one or more of the Healthfirst group of affiliated companies.

This health information or program is for educational purposes only and not intended to treat, diagnose, or act as a substitute for medical advice from your provider. Consult your healthcare provider and always follow your healthcare provider’s instructions.

Pin It on Pinterest