Because when you're dressed for success, you feel like you can take on the world.
The Working Wardrobe project donates interview clothing to people looking for work in our communities across South Wales.
This project gives people the confidence and self-belief to take that all-important first step towards a new, meaningful career. It runs in partnership with Newydd Housing, United Welsh, CCHA, Platfform and Bluegg.
Why is this needed?
- 228,000 people are employed in sectors affected by Covid-19 in Wales.
- 700,000 people living financially precarious lives in Wales. That's 1/4 of the population.
- 19.5% of 16-24 year-olds in Wales are unemployed.
- The hidden cost of clothing. The price of a suitable, quality interview attire can quickly creep up on you.