The St. Louis Suit Project
August 28, 2012 | In the Community
We are so thankful for all the momentum The St. Louis Suit Project has gained since it began in 2010. As a 501(c)(3) non-profit charity, The St. Louis Suit Project provides new and gently used business attire to deserving individuals in need. Our organization seeks to eliminate the barriers caused by financial inequality. Whether an economically disadvantaged individual, graduating senior, seminary student, or returning veteran, or otherwise, The St. Louis Suit Project provides tailored new and gently used business attire to those in need.
Our organization has been in operation since 2010 and has recently gained a great deal of support. To date The St. Louis Suit Project has been able to donate hundreds of suits, shirts, dress pants, and ties. To read more about past donations.
We are blessed to have such wonderful donors who make this all possible. Partnerships with Gary Grewe and Marygrove, The Father’s Support Network, Vashon High School, and Concordia Seminary have provided great homes to the donations. The work of these organizations is applauded and if you can find the time to support, these are a few amazing places that welcome your attention.
I would also like to extend a special thanks to Karlie Baker of the Sunset Hill Crestwood Patch for her wonderful article on our efforts titled St. Louis Non-Profit Helps Men Dress for Success With Free Suits. We cannot thank you enough for helping spread the Mission of our project.
To find out more about The St. Louis Suit Project, you can visit our Website, Facebook, pages. If you would like to make a donation, or if you know of a deserving individual or organization in need, please give us a call at (314) 208-2808.