Yes. The IRS classifies Dress for Success Cincinnati as a non-profit 501(c)(3) charitable organization. All eligible donations are tax deductible.
You will receive a receipt letter from us for financial donations. When you donate clothing, you will receive a card that lets you complete the items donated and the value of those items.
Yes. The IRS classifies Dress for Success Cincinnati as a non-profit 501(c)(3) charitable organization.
Click here to see all the information about donating clothing.
No, we’re sorry, but we cannot. Dress for Success Cincinnati is a volunteer-driven organization, and we simply do not have the resources or the staff to provide pickup service.
Our Donation Center is located at 208 McFarland Street downtown. Click here to see the days and hours when you may bring your clothing donations.
No, our Donation Center at 208 McFarland Street and our Portaluca boutique at 209 West Fourth Street downtown are our only donation locations.
Sorry, we cannot. We ask that you bring us only clean clothing. We have the capability to steam items to remove wrinkles, but cannot clean them.
You can send a check directly to our office at 205 W 4th Street, Suite 900, Cincinnati OH 45202 or by credit card through any Donate button on this website. We also can accept gifts of appreciated stock, mandatory distributions from retirement accounts and planned gifts. Please contact Tracey Zwick for more information at 513-322-1793. Click here for our Donation Form.
A referral must be made online by a social service, non-profit or government agency. If you'd like to register your agency as a Referral Partner, call 513.651.3372 and ask to speak to our Styling Services Manager.
Yes. Call 513.651.3372 and ask to speak to our Styling Services Manager.
Portaluca is known as a destination for women to find new and nearly new, stylish clothing and accessories for less while they are supporting Dress for Success Cincinnati. Portaluca is open to the public and proceeds help support Dress for Success Cincinnati’s services for disadvantaged women seeking employment.