Men’s Wearhouse recruits nonprofits to distribute donated professional attire

Men’s Wearhouse is working to bring some relief to men who are currently seeking employment by holding its second annual National Suit Drive. The retailer is calling on citizens across the country to donate their gently-used professional attire at any of its 1,065 store locations. According to www.nationalsuitdrive.com, Men’s Wearhouse is asking for suits, sport coats, slacks, dress shirts, dress shoes, sportswear, outerwear, ties and accessories.

Over 200 nonprofit organizations specializing in job readiness and skills training have been recruited to distribute the clothing items to men transitioning back into the workforce. Teaming the resources of Men’s Wearhouse with the expertise of these nonprofits will help hundreds of men who are working toward another chance.

If you are a nonprofit organization, it’s not too late to register to participate. Click here for more information on how to get involved.  If you are interested in donating clothing items, click here.

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