McClellan said about 1,500 clothing items and accessories were donated starting in April through the June 8 event, at which there were about 50 volunteers and 100 shoppers. Wells Fargo Mortgage and Embrace Home Loans provided financial support click here to investigate for items to create the boutique-feel: clothes racks, tables, dressing rooms and bags. And NSWC Federal Credit Union took leftover clothes to Washington for use at a clothing closet. Held รองเท้าแฟชั่นผู้หญิง ขายส่ง ig last year for the first time, Lifepoint offered a bigger space to accommodate more clothes and shoppers. “A lot of these women are returning to work after having a child or getting their first job. It’s a boost up, giving them confidence,” said McClellan. Rich said it was special to see a women who worked her way out of addiction and needed clothes to wear for a new job. “We want to give enough so they don’t have to wear the same outfit during a week,” Rich said. “They say dress for the job you want. We want to help women do that.” She said for women, professional clothing can be a particular burden.
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