S.O.S.-Send One Suit-Week®
February 25 -28, 2010
Every year, Dress for Success issues an S.O.S. to all women nationwide: Donate one new or nearly-new business suit to help another woman enter the workforce!
Here is a list of the dressbarn locations in Oregon and SW Washington.
Dressbarn, one of America’s premier specialty retailers of women’s casual and career fashions, has been the national drop-off site and title sponsor of the Send One Suit effort for seven years. To date, more than 200,000 suits have been donated by consumers through dressbarn during this national campaign.
The Style Network has supported the Send One Suit effort as a title sponsor for the past four years.
|Clean out your closets and help other women. Thursday, February 25th bring clean, professional clothing on hangars to the Marian Hall Lobby and hang it on the clothing rack! For more information on Dress for Success, please call 503-249-7300. Thanks for your support!|
The period of time that a $1 donation can provide clean drinking water to a child in one of 100 countries, thanks to UNICEF’s Tap Project. Donate while dining at any of 2,000 participating restaurants during:
World Water Week
March 21st – 27th.
Find one in your area at tapproject.org
This Valentine’s Day marks Oregon’s 151st Birthday! Gather in the State Capitol to celebrate and encourage our legislators to protect services so all Oregonians can thrive.
February 12th, 2010
Public Services Building
255 Capitol Street NE
Basement Room A
8am – Registration/Coffee
8:30am – Briefing
After a legislative briefing, participants will move to the state capitol and deliver Valentine message to their legislators.
Oregon Thrives is a coalition which works to create healthy and prosperous communities where all have access to family wage jobs, quality education, nutritious food, stable homes and services that promote health and wellness. Steering Committee members include the Community Action Partnership of Oregon, Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon, Oregon Hunger Task Force, Neighborhood Partnerships, Oregon Food Bank, Oregon Department of Housing and Community Services, and Oregon Center for Public Policy.