Register O’Donnell’s “Suits for Success” Program Makes a Donation to Interfaith Social Services

Dedham – Recently, the Norfolk Registry of Deeds, as part of its “Suits for Success” program, donated boxes and racks of clothing and shoes to Interfaith Social Services in Quincy.

The “Suits for Success” program, developed by Register William O’Donnell, in partnership with several local charities, collects donations of suitable clothing to be distributed to groups like the Interfaith Social Services and to individuals who may need appropriate attire for employment interviews.

The Interfaith Social Services, located at 105 Adams Street in Quincy, is a non-profit group with 8 staff members and over 100 volunteers that for more than sixty years has provided a variety of services to members of the community who may need assistance with various social needs. Interfaith Social Services accepts donations of clothing to be sold at its popular “Career Closet”. “We greatly appreciate Register O’Donnell’s efforts to assist us in supporting our programs and helping us to provide much needed services to our neighbors in need”, stated Charlene Manning, Interfaith’s manager of the “Career Closet” program. More information can be found at their website:

Register O’Donnell remarked, “We’re happy to assist Interfaith Social Services. I thank all those who donated to our “Suits for Success” program and I hope other local residents and businesses will consider making a clothing donation. The program is truly needed, and it’s a great resource for the community.”

To donate to “Suits for Success”, individuals need to bring their donated clothes to the Norfolk County Registry of Deeds, 649 High Street in Dedham between the hours of 9:30am and 3:30pm, Monday through Friday. If you reside in the Quincy area, you can drop off clothing directly to the Interfaith Social Services office located at 105 Adams Street, Quincy between 8:30 and 3:30 Monday through Friday, and until 7:00 pm on Tuesdays. Donations of business appropriate attire for men and women must be clean, no stains, in style, on hangers or neatly folded. The donation may also be placed in either re-useable tote bags, or green plastic bag Suggested donations include suits, dress shirts, pants and ties for men and dresses, suits, blouses, skirts and pants for women.

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