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Local Jewelry Store supports Career Dress Donation Drive

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(MyFox Detroit) - Since its creation in 2003, Career Dress has assisted over 3,500 at need women who are hoping to enter the work force.
On average Career Dress is helping approximately 20 women each month to feel confident when they go on an interview.
Career Dress is a volunteer run program of Lighthouse of Oakland County.

For the 5th year, Lolly Ella Jewelry will host a career dress clothing drive to support the work of Career Dress.
You can drop off donations of gently used women's clothing Tuesday, April 22 -Saturday, April 26.

Clothing requested should be no older than five years, suitable for women aged 18 - 25, clean and on hangers.

- Matching pant suits, solid color shells or tanks
- Blouses, jackets, slacks
- Purses, jewelry
- Close toe shoes
- Coats, hats, gloves,
- Lotions and perfumes

 Lolly Ella Jewelry
West Bloomfield Shopping Center
6706 Orchard Lake Rd
West Bloomfield
248-851-3325

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