Donate professional clothes to young women on the move

I am I can is seeking gently used women’s professional attire for students to use for interviews and other professional endeavors.

Organizers urge, “Please make us a part of your spring cleaning and consider donating that suit, blouse or pair of shoes you’ve been holding onto but never seem to wear!”

I am I can is a not-for-profit group, online at www.iamicanachieve.org, created to mentor girls in ninth through 12th grades. Programs provide needed encouragement, guidance, and advocacy to students as they navigate their high school years and move toward post-graduation goals.

To donate clothing, contact board member Molly Chiang at mollyLchiang@gmail.com.  If you have questions about I am I can or would like to talk about mentoring or board member positions, contact founder Avon Scherff by phone at 688-3010, ext. 102, or by e-mail atAvon@scherffinsurance.com.

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