Dress for Success empowers women with Your Hour, Her Power campaign
International non-profit organization Dress for Success is again marking International Women’s Day through its annual Your Hour, Her Power campaign.
By giving the equivalent of just one hour of pay, a woman is supported by access to important Dress for Success programs, services, and tools that can help her achieve economic advancement. Your Hour, Her Power helps to #BreakTheBias.
Creating life-changing opportunities
Inspired by the belief that when a woman has access to opportunities her life can be changed and she becomes powerful beyond measure, Dress for Success created a 60 second video providing 60 reasons to join its Your Hour, Her Power campaign - including:
- empowering a woman helps her, her family, her community and the global economy
- Dress for Success has been supporting women for 25 years and continues to grow
- the pandemic worsened gender inequality
- diversity, equity and inclusion are important
Watch the video to learn more and learn how you can get involved.
Helping women achieve economic independence
Dress for Success empowers women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire, and development tools to help them thrive in work and in life. Launched in 1997, Dress for Success is present in 140 global locations and helps over 75,000 women each year.
Overcoming gender-based challenges
Dress for Success believes that female empowerment goes beyond the suit – and designs its programs and services to help women overcome gender-based challenges for every phase of their personal or professional services.
For job seekers Dress For Success provides job search support, interview preparation, and career coaching.
For professionals Dress for Success provides programs and experiences to inspire women who are already on a career trajectory including customized workshops and financial education.
For leaders Dress for Success supports those women who are ready to lead where they live, learn and work by offering programs centered on leadership training and giving back through community engagement and volunteerism.
Join them and make a difference
At Dress for Success, equality isn't a talking point, it's a movement - and they invite you and your organization to move with them.
Visit Your Hour, Her Power to learn more.