Your Donation Changes Lives


Thank you for continuing to support Dress for Success Salt Lake City and the women we serve. With help from you, our generous donors, we can continue to provide women in Utah the clothing, the confidence, and the credibility they need to realize their full potential. A donation as little as $10 could be the difference between unemployment and financial independence. Thank you for making that difference. 

Did you know? It costs an average of $100 to put one woman through the Dress for Success Salt Lake City's suiting and professional programs. That $100 includes the initial suiting for her interview, coaching on first impressions, and every thing she needs to ace her interview. It also covers the cost for her to use our career center and join the Professional Women's Group, a program that gives her a lifetime of support and motivation. Your donation makes this all possible. 

We can't do it without you.

Dress for Success Salt Lake City depends 100% on the generosity of individuals in the community, as well as corporate donors, in order to provide transformative experiences to women who are working hard to change their lives. While the in-kind donations of clothing and the thousands of hours of volunteer support are critical, financial contributions enable us to pay for much-needed program expenses.

Each Dress for Success affiliate is able to keep its donations local, and Dress for Success Salt Lake City is no exception; every dollar donated stays in Salt Lake City. When you contribute to Dress for Success Salt Lake City, you make an investment, not only in the lives of the women we serve, but in the lives of their families and our community as well. You, too, will be part of the hope, encouragement and transformation our women experience on their journeys to self-sufficiency.

You are also welcome to send us a check made payable to Dress for Success Salt Lake City. Our address is 501 E 300 S, STE B Salt Lake City, Ut

Please contact Marina Agloro, Executive Director, at if you would like to arrange a gift through a transfer of securities.