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The Conscious Closet Clothing Smorgasbord

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Make a Conscious Change
Fitted For Work is a not-for-profit organisation which aims to help disadvantaged women find employment to enable them to be financially independent. They provide free services for women to build the self esteem required to secure and keep employment and undertake mentoring, interview coaching, assisting with personal outfitting and work experience to those needing these services.

The Conscious Closet
From event Facebook site


The Conscious Closet is a fundraiser which provides vital funding to provide services and support to women seeking employment. It is a chance for the public to grab a bargain in the way of pre-loved clothing by booking you bag here for $20.

Conscious closet, clothing exchange
From event Facebook site
Come along on Saturday 1st March to the basement of the Queen Victoria Women's Centre at 210 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne and browse through the array of pre-loved designer clothing. It is a great chance to refresh your wardrobe and pick up a few bargains. The $20 bag enables you to stuff it full of whatever items take your fancy whilst helping support others who benefit from the services provided by Fitted For Work.
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Why? An environmentally conscious way to update your wardrobe.
When: Saturday 1st March 2014 from 11am till 3pm
Phone: 9662 4289
Where: Queen Victoria Women's Centre, basement of 210 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne
Cost: $20 to fill a bag.
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