KATY MAGAZINE - Katy, TX
October 10, 2017
Local group, Renewing After Harvey, to provide professional clothing to working women who lost their clothes
As a result of Harvey, many local professional women have come together and gathered hundreds of new or nearly-new suits, other business-appropriate apparel, shoes, and even accessories like handbags and unused jewelry to donate to working women impacted by Harvey. The group has also had generous donations from companies like Shell, Weatherford, Alliance Bank, BP, and many more. On Sunday October 15, all the donations will be offered to women who need to rebuild themselves and their wardrobes.
Any working woman that was impacted by Hurricance Harvey & lost their clothing is cordially invited to pick up needed items:
Sunday, October 15m 1:00 - 5:00 PM
Cotton Ranch Events
(NO RSVP REQUIRED)
Gently worn professional clothing, business casual, shoes and accessories will be offered at no cost for those who are interested. No matter what the career path or level of expertise, ANY woman needing to renew themselves and rebuild their wardrobe is invited," according to the group organizers.
"The goal of the afternoon will be to offer a relaxing atmosphere to include appetizers, mingling and ensuring each woman walks away with clothing that will make them feel encouraged and renewed," says Diana Swift. The women are welcome to shop, mingle, have some appetizers and enjoy visiting with have a day of renewal. As a special treat, the group is bringing in Marilynn Barber, a business wear style expert and author of “Dress Like You Mean Business”, to be on site helping women coordinate wardrobe pieces so they can leave with a coherent collection to build on.
Visit http://www.renewinghopeafterharvey.com/ for more information.