An Evening with Smart Women | Ashley Nell Tipton Event

Throughout our June Curves Work campaign, we have had the honor to work with an inspirational partner who has helped shed light on our continuous need for plus size clothing donations. Wednesday, July 19th, we are recognizing the beautiful Ashley Nell Tipton for being an important part of this campaign with a celebration and party!

 

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TV Celeb Chef Simon Majumdar Headlines “Sous Chef Knock Out”

The kitchen battleground is set for the Sous Chef Knockout, featuring TV celebrity Chef Simon Majumdar at the Center Club Orange County in Costa Mesa on Wednesday, June 21, 5:30-8:00pm. Proceeds from ticket sales support the 2017 Center Club Cares beneficiary Working Wardrobes, a non-profit which helps people overcome challenges and find meaningful employment.

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Fashion Industry Veteran Launches Ecommerce Platform Dedicated Specifically to Close-Outs, Overstocks and Excess Inventory

Fashion executive, author and industry veteran, Deanna Hodges has launched Yonduur.com, an ecommerce marketplace that is dedicated to the industry-wide problem of moving close-outs, overstocks and excess inventory. The idea behind Yonduur is to move all of these excess and previous seasons’ goods out of the brands’ warehouse space and convert them into much needed cash for their business. PR.com

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P&G brand donates to women’s charities

One of Procter & Gamble’s leading brands is giving back to women’s charities. This month, Procter & Gamble’s feminine protection brand Tampax is collaborating with 20 social influencers and donating up to one million tampons to women’s charities across the U.S. Tampax will give to charities including: PERIOD, GOOD+ Foundation, Working Wardrobes, The Midnight Mission and Support the Girls.

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Orange County nonprofits receive $610,000 from Bank of America to support economic mobility

Bank of America announced it has awarded $610,000 in economic mobility grants to 40 nonprofits working to increase basic needs, education and workforce development opportunities in Orange County.

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Lake Forest resident Scharrell Jackson honored as top entrepreneur

Recognizing an opportunity to leave her mark in helping others realize their full potential, Jackson, 51, started a speaker series called Leadership in Heels, which began as a way to empower women to realize their leadership qualities, but has since branched out to be all-inclusive.

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Tampax® Donates One Million Tampons to Girls and Women in Need Across the Nation in 30 Days

n celebration of Menstrual Hygiene Day, Procter & Gamble’s leading feminine protection brand Tampax®, is collaborating with 20 social influencers to donate one million tampons to women’s charities across the United States over the next 30 days. – Business Wire

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27 Years of Working Wardrobes | California Nonprofits Day

In honor of California Nonprofits Day, we headed to Sacramento for a very special honor. Assemblyman Matthew Harper, former Mayor of the City of Huntington Beach, chose Working Wardrobes as the 2017 Nonprofit of the Year for the 74th Assembly District. The 74th Assembly District includes the cities of Huntington Beach, Costa Mesa, Newport Beach, Irvine, Laguna Woods & Laguna Beach. This is a huge honor for all of us at Working Wardrobes and we are so thankful to have been recognized by Mr. Harper and the State Assembly.

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Generous Grant from US Bank Brings Support for Career Success Institute

It is always an honor to be recognized by our community partners and we love to recognize those who help make the mission of Working Wardrobes possible. Recently, we received a grant from US Bank that will make a significant difference for the clients we serve through our Career Success Institute.

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Launching Curves Work!

It’s finally here!

Today is the official launch of our new Curves Work campaign, and we want you to be involved.

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