- 2 Tickets to a Philadelphia Theatre Company performance and Stephen Starr Dining
- Signed Copy of 'All the Single Ladies,' 2 Bottles of Wine, & Panera Bread for a Year
- Nicole Miller Philly Scarf & Internet of Women: Accelerating Culture Change
- Lagunitas Sip & Spill Package
- Circus Arts lesson for 2 & Couch Tomato Cafe gift certificate in Philadelphia
- 2 Tickets to Arden Theatre and Shot Tower Coffee
- Admission for 2 to Chanticleer Garden in Wayne, PA & Dinner at Bonefish Grill
- G.I.L.I. Smooth Leather Large Roma in Tan
- Magic Garden Family Membership & Bassetts Ice Cream in Philadelphia
- Bluemercury Basket
Hope's Night Out... an evening of impact!
Since 1995, Career Wardrobe has provided clothing and confidence to more then 80,000 job seekers throughout the Philadelphia region. With your help, we will outfit, educate and empower another 4,000 more this year!
You can make an impact by inviting a friend, purchasing a ticket or sponsorship or donating an item to our silent auction!
Live Event Details
5:30 PM - 8:30 PM EDT Moore College of Art and Design 1916 Race St Philadelphia, PA 19103 Add to My Calendar Get Directions
Show your support for Career Wardrobe by joining us for Hope’s Night Out, Career Wardrobe’s annual evening of impact, Tuesday, June 6th at Moore College of Art & Design.
Bring a friend and enjoy bidding on fabulous auction items while networking with community leaders as you sip on cocktails. Take your own professional networking further by bidding on an Empower Hour, where some of Philadelphia’s most successful professionals will join you for coffee or lunch to empower you!
During the Hope Walk, Career Wardrobe recipients who are now working will share the stage with media personalities, elected representatives and corporate leaders who are donating the suits off their backs to help someone transition to work.
The evening highlights Career Wardrobe’s commitment to professional development and empowerment, showing that while our services might start with a suit, they do so much more. Last year, 300 generous supporters raised nearly $100,000 to support the 4,000 men and women who rely on Career Wardrobe for the clothing and confidence they need to become financially self-sufficient.
Emcee: Amy Buckman, Philadelphia Media Network
Hope Walk Participants:
- Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney
- Alison Burdo, Philadelphia Business Journal
- Aundrea Cline-Thomas, NBC10
- Councilwoman Blondell Reynolds Brown, Philadelphia City Council
- Brian Lipstein, Henry A. Davidsen Master Tailors & Image Consultants
- Cherri Gregg, CBS3 and KYW Newsradio
- Debbi Calton, WMGK
- Councilman Derek Green, Philadelphia City Council
- Elizabeth Wellington, Philadelphia Inquirer
- Monique Braxton, Career Wardrobe supporter
- Rahel Solomon, CBS3
- Sue Serio, Fox29
*Scheduled to appear
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Our Auction is now LIVE! Bid on these amazing bags courtesy of QVC!