Over the past 22 years, Career Wardrobe has provided 80,000 individuals with the most essential accessory needed for a job search – confidence.
A great suit, a professional image, and the right skill set can empower and motivate individuals to continue their job search and pursue a productive career. Career Wardrobe’s services can mean the difference between another low-wage hourly position and the first step to a successful career. The impact of our services positively shifts the cycle of poverty for many of our clients and their families.
We hope you will join us and bring a friend to double your impact on Hope’s Night Out!
Click the links below for full ticket & sponsorship details:
- Individual Sponsorship: $200-$1,000
- Corporate Sponsorship: $1,500-$10,000
- Ad Book details : $500-$150
Network during our cocktail reception.
Enjoy a light dinner and our open bar sponsored by Barefoot Wines and Philadelphia Distilling as you bid on fun and fashionable silent auction packages knowing that every dollar bid will help more people access our Gateway to Success seminars.
Online auction opens May 25
Register and Bid: www.bforg.com/careerwardrobe
Contribute to your own professional development by bidding on an Empower Hour, one-hour meetups with Philadelphia’s most interesting and influential people.
Hope Walk…Showing Off Success!
Hosted by Amy Buckman
Manager of Public Relations & Special Events for Philadelphia Media Network
The highlight of our program is our inspirational Hope Walk! Career Wardrobe recipients who are now working will share the stage with media personalities, elected representatives and corporate leaders who are donating the suits off their backs to help someone transition to work.
Hope Walk Stars Scheduled to Appear:
- Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney
- Alison Burdo, Philadelphia Business Journal
- Aundrea Cline-Thomas, NBC10
- Brian Lipstein, Henry A. Davidsen Master Tailors & Image Consultants
- Cherri Gregg, CBS3 and KYW Newsradio
- Debbi Calton, WMGK
- Councilman Derek Green, Philadelphia City Council
- Jenice Armstrong, The Daily News
- Elizabeth Wellington, Philadelphia Inquirer
- Rahel Solomon, CBS3
- Sue Serio, Fox29