Dress For Success, Riverside

Dress For Success, Riverside

Voice Cares is a new feature highlighting the work of our community’s hardworking non-profit organizations. We encourage you to support them.

Dress for Success Riverside is one of the 150 affiliates for Dress for Success sister locations worldwide. It is a non profit organization founded in November 2014, and its official granting of the 501(c)3 was effective April 2015. The organization is on a mission to empower women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire, and development tools to help women thrive in work and in life. The Dress for Success office is located at 6809 Indiana Ave, Suite 206, Riverside CA 92506, Phone: 951-410-3499. 

Under its passionate leaders: the governing board and the founding executive director, Dress for Success Riverside envisions a world where women do not live in poverty, where all women are financially independent, are treated with dignity and respect and are directly impacting their lives and those of their families. They aspire to a world that fully harnesses the power of women and recognizes their role in economic sustainability. 

Founded by Saneliso Muringani, Dress for Success offers the “suiting” program, where volunteers work one on one with women to choose outfits in the DFSR boutique, where women will find an assortment of clothing, shoes, purses and jewelry set up to put together outfits for interviews. 

Dress for success brings awareness to their cause with local and retail partners such as Path of Life Ministries, UCR, and Cal Baptist University.  Help the women in our community find their confidence by donating your time, style advice and support by signing up to volunteer at RiversideDressforSuccess.org. 

To find out more about where to find local clothing programs, contact Voice Cares: monica@voicemediaventures.com.

To be featured in this section: Contact Monica Vicuna, Voice Cares Coordinator, monica@voicemediaventures.com

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