Dress For Success

When Bella looked in the mirror she giggled, "Wow! I am so beautiful!" And she is in her new Chrisian Dior suit. Over 20,000 women, like Bella, have been given new suits and new starts in life by Dress for Success, a non-profit organization that helps low-income women make great impressions for job interviews. Each Dress for Success client receives one suit when she has an interview and a second suit when she gets the job. Women are referred to Dress for Success by a other non-profit organizations which include homeless shelters, domestic violence shelters, job training programs and English as a second language programs. These suits symbolize the organization's faith in every woman's ability to succeed. Since being founded in 1996, Dress for Success has opened in over 50 cities internationally. Dress for Success clients are assisted by volunteer Personal Shoppers and, most importantly, each is treated with dignity and respect. Dress for Success depends solely on the generosity of individuals and corporations for donations. All suits collected help low income women enter the workforce.

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