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Dress for Success Columbus empowers women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire, and the career development tools to help women thrive in work and in life. All programs, including Interview and Employment Suiting, Career Center, and Professional Women’s Group Employment Retention are free of charge for every woman we assist. Any woman referred by a community partner is eligible for service.
With the community’s support, since opening our doors in 2007, we’re honored to have empowered thousands of women to achieve their potential in Central Ohio! We are proud to be an affiliate of Dress for Success Worldwide, and over 150 sister affiliates in 30 countries across the globe!
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We accept monetary donations as well as gently-worn, clean, in-season apparel, shoes, handbags and accessories ready for an interview or the workplace. We also accept new cosmetics, personal care items, hosiery, undergarments. Items that are in high-need include size 14+ apparel (particularly pants) and personal care items. We kindly request that items being donated are no more than 5 years old and show little to no wear.
We cannot do what we do without amazing volunteers! Each year, hundreds of volunteers donate thousands of compassionate service hours to Dress for Success Columbus programs and our women.
Do you want to give back to the community through the gift of compassionate time? We would love to have you join our team in Columbus! Whatever amount of time you have free, whether several hours a week, or simply an hour a month, we sincerely welcome your involvement at Dress for Success Columbus