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August 26, 2015

More than 400 clothing items donated for SC Dads through Men's Wearhouse Suit Drive

Tim Cureton and Rodney Watts pick up suits intended for the Lancaster Fatherhood Project at the Sandhill store.


The 8th annual Men's Wearhouse Suit Drive was a big success for South Carolina fathers and families.

As this chart indicates, more than 400 items were donated, including more than 180 suits and sport coats:


 

These will be invaluable for South Carolina Dads who are trying to reboot their lives for the sake of their families by interviewing for jobs.

Tim Cureton and Rodney Watts from the Lancaster Fatherhood Project picked up about 20 suits from the Sandhill store. Mr. Cureton said it's always a pleasure to see the "smiles across the faces" of the participants when they receive a suit to use in job interviews. "It really causes their self-esteem to be lifted!"

Again, we thank Men's Wearhouse for conducting this annual drive, and for make Fathers and Families in South Carolina a beneficiary of this largess.

Rodney thanks Hunter Mundinger at the Sandhill store.