DONATE CLOTHES

What would you wear to a job interview? That is exactly the type of clothing we are looking for to distribute to our clients. Your fabulous suits and other professional apparel could furnish another woman with the confidence to enter or return to the workplace, make a great first impression and land a job that could change her life.

Additionally, many of our clients go directly to an interview, so please ensure that all items donated are freshly cleaned, of a contemporary style, and suitable for wearing to job interviews. Thanks!

 

CLOTHING NOT ACCEPTED

  • Non Professional Clothing
  • Men's Clothing

WE ACCEPT

  • Interview appropriate suits
  • Interview appropriate blouses
  • Separates including blouses, pants/jeans, skirts, dresses, blazers and jackets
  • Work appropriate shoes
  • Jewelry and scarves
  • Handbags (briefcases, portfolios or work appropriate handbag)
  • Makeup, fragrance, and skincare

We accept donations at our Salt Lake City location, 501 E 300 S, on the first Saturday of each month from 10AM to 2PM. This allows our suitings to go uninterrupted and makes certain that we can have someone on hand to accept your much-needed donations. Thank you!

Interested in holding a donation drive in your community?

Most of the apparel we provide to our clients comes to us from other women in the community, and hosting a donation drive is a great way to support Dress for Success. You can plan a campaign at your company, school, place of worship or association. Or you may want to simply gather together a group of friends who want to make a difference.

Your donation drive can collect new or nearly-new suits, other business-appropriate apparel, shoes or even accessories like handbags and unused cosmetics or jewelry. Reach out to us to learn what the women Dress for Success Salt Lake City serves need most right now. We can also provide information to help you plan and promote an effective campaign.

Holding a donation drive can be a creative and collaborative team-building exercise. But most importantly, it is a way to support women in your community and to help them take a crucial first step towards a better future.

Your support can make a difference.