CAREER GEAR wrote -
For every $1,500 that we raise, we will be able to provide services to ten low-income men looking to grow, both personally and professionally.
This Friday, October 9th 2015, Career Gear is partnering with Made Man's FormalFriday™ charitable initiative for an exciting social media campaign! For every photo that is posted to Instagram or Twitter and “tagged” with the #FormalFriday hashtag, Made Man will donate one dollar ($1.00) to Career Gear. Last year, the campaign was a huge success, so we are planning to do it even bigger this year!
If you are a fan of Made Man's FormalFriday™ and you are feeling inspired by their incredible generosity we invite you to make a donation in support of Career Gear's mission to empower low-income men looking to re-enter the workforce.
Career Gear participants receive professional attire for job interviews, image consultation from a suiting coordinator, and individual assistance with employment related issues. Career Gear participants are also encouraged to participate in our Professional Development Series (PDS), as well as our MAST Mentoring Program.
For more information about Career Gear's programs, please contact Oscar Prado (email@example.com).
For more information about FormalFriday™, please visit www.mademan.com/gentleman-up/formal-friday/
To see some examples of the impact of our work, check out the following stories:
1. Career Gear is making a difference on the lives of these young men ---> Suited For Success
2. Warwick Williams, a former Career Gear participant and now a board member, reflects on how turned his life around. ----> Warwick Williams
3. With support from his Career Gear mentor, Coss Marte went on to start a successful personal training business. ----> Coss Marte
4. Luis De La Cruz found employment soon after starting his mentorship. Learn how Career Gear helped! ---- > Luis De La Cruz