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Working Wardrobes


Working Wardrobes“To provide the experience of the power of music, brilliantly played by our Pacific Symphony musicians, magnificently led by Conductor Carl St.Clair, in the inspirational atmosphere of Segerstrom Concert Hall is so moving. Most of our clients have never had an opportunity to breathe in the richness of all this before. What Heartstrings does is make it possible for so many of the men and women we serve at Working Wardrobes to have this opportunity, and for that we thank you from our hearts!”
-Jerri Rosen, CEO/Founder

Working Wardrobes empowers men, women and young adults overcoming difficult challenges by providing career training, job placement assistance and wardrobe services in an environment of dignity and respect.

Since 1990, Working Wardrobes has served nearly 55,000 men, women and young adults and Veterans. Each year we serve over 5,000 clients from a wide spectrum of backgrounds, including Welfare-to-Work, alcohol and substance abuse, domestic violence, transitional homelessness, catastrophic illness and other life crises.

We give serious job seekers the skills and attire to match their promise, not their past. All it takes is a new look…and someone to believe in you. For more information about Working Wardrobes, please visit workingwardrobes.org.

Heartstrings Partners

(Click for more information about each partner)

Age Well Senior Services
Big Brothers/Big Sisters
Boys & Girls Club of Garden Grove
Boys & Girls Club of Santa Ana
Children’s Hospital of Orange County (CHOC)
Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA)
El Sol Science and Arts Academy
Friendship Shelter
Girls, Inc.
MIND Research Institute
Orange County Rescue Mission
Orange County Veterans & Military Families Collaborative
Santa Ana Unified School District
Savanna School District
Segerstrom Center for the Arts Founders Plus
Talk About Curing Autism (TACA)
The Center for Autism
& Neurodevelopmental Disorders

Think Together
Working Wardrobes

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