Can you all help me by sharing this far and wide (especially since I can't get on social media right now).
Now, through March 24 all 33 Chicagoland CD One Price Cleaners is collecting interview attire for the Cara Program. I don't have to tell you I love [and miss] CD One Price Cleaners, but any company giving back to the community, is a company I can get down with for a long time.
Full message from them below:
CD One Price Cleaners is partnering with The Cara Program to help motivated individuals transform their lives!
through March 24th, all 33 Chicagoland CD One Price Cleaners will be
accepting donated interview attire. The clothes will then be cleaned
free of charge and prepared for The Cara Program, where they will be
used by individuals who are interviewing for jobs that could change
The Cara Program, a Chicago-based workforce and
leadership development agency, prepares motivated adults affected by
homelessness and poverty for successful careers. The Cara Program
provides job training, placement, retention and advancement services,
and launches businesses that create training opportunities and quality
jobs for the men and women they serve. Since their founding in 1991, The
Cara Program has placed more than 4,800 individuals into more than
6,600 quality jobs, at one-year retention rates of 75% or better! To
learn more, please visit www.thecaraprogram.org.
Help support your local communities by bringing in your interview attire today!