Known mainly for providing work attire, Dress for Success Buffalo is embarking on an awareness campaign to provide a more robust understanding of their global scale and services.
Buffalo, NY, July 5th, 2019 – Dress for Success Buffalo will host its annual Power of Style fundraiser at Shea’s Seneca located at 2188 Seneca Street on July 10th, 2019 at 5:30 PM. 100% of the proceeds will benefit Dress for Success Buffalo. The event will include a cocktail reception, client testimonials, a mini fashion show, and prizes.
Sponsors for the Power of Style fundraiser include The Adecco Group, Bryant & Stratton College, Lord & Taylor, and GBUAHN. Madison Carter, 7 Eyewitness News anchor and reporter, will serve as the emcee for this event.
“We are raising funds to provide programs to help a woman get a job, maintain and grow in that job or new career, become financially educated, achieve self-care and transform into leaders. Our work is motivated by the fact that when women prosper, so does everyone else” said Michelle Barron, Executive Director of Dress for Success Buffalo. “By supporting the work of Dress for Success Buffalo, you join a community of financial donors who are helping women enter the workforce, strengthening their families, and, most importantly, shaping their communities.”
Everyone is encouraged to attend this event. Tickets are $65 each and are available at https://www.paypal.me/dfsbuffalo/65 or checks can be made payable to Dress for Success Buffalo Inc. You can also participate in this event by donating a product, gift basket or gift certificate to be used as a featured prize or by becoming a sponsor.
For more information, please visit buffalo.dressforsuccess.org.
About Dress for Success Buffalo
Dress for Success is a global not-for-profit organization that promotes the economic development tools to help women thrive in the workplace and in life. Since starting operations in 1997, Dress for Success has expanded to more than 160 affiliates in 29 countries and has helped one million women work towards self-sufficiency.
Dress for Success solves the catch-22 that confronts women trying to enter the workforce: without a job, how can you afford a suit? But without a suit, how can you get a job?