Curves Work | Our Partnership with Designer Ashley Nell Tipton


Working Wardrobes’ clients represent beauty in all ages, races, genders, shapes and sizes. Every day, we do everything in our power to help men, women, young adults and veterans overcome difficult challenges so they can achieve the dignity of work. Often, this means providing professional clothing for our clients to feel confident and prepared for their job interviews. We are incredibly lucky to have the support of our many donors who provide us with men and women’s business clothing year-round, but we struggle with obtaining consistent donations of high-quality plus size professional attire.


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A Token of Our Appreciation | Walk in Their Shoes 5K

The Walk in Their Shoes Inaugural 5k Walk and Fun Run is right around the corner! We’re gearing up for this amazing event, which will help support veterans as they transition into the civilian workplace. Working Wardrobes strives to make this a special event for all of our volunteers, walkers, and veterans. Join us Saturday, March 25th as we Walk in Their Shoes.

Following the 5K, our walkers will receive a token of support – a Challenge Coin – from some very special volunteers. Historically, Challenge Coins have been carried by members of the military and have traditionally been presented by unit commanders to recognize a special achievement by a member of the unit.

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Become a Virtual Walker and Support America’s Veterans

You don’t have to be within walking distance to support our walk for veterans!

March 25th marks the date of our Inaugural 5K Walk and Fun Run in Mission Viejo. While we encourage everyone to come out to walk and support, we know not all of Working Wardrobes’ supporters live nearby or will be able to make the event.

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A Petition to Help Save Women’s Lives | Interview with Breastlink


Working Wardrobes, partners with companies and non-profits who are doing amazing work to benefit our community. One of these companies is Breastlink, a leader in breast health. Working Wardrobes is standing in support of their 40not50 campaign, that is designed to build awareness around early detection and as a result, will undoubtedly help to save lives.

The United States Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) recommends women start receiving mammograms at age 50. The 40not50 campaign urges women to take charge of their health by beginning annual cancer screenings at age 40 NOT 50. One of the goals of Breastlink’s 40not50 campaign is to repeal the USPSTF’s recommendations. By starting mammograms at age 40, women maximize their chances of finding and treating breast cancer in its early stages.

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