Hold on ALL Clothing Drives

Due to the current COVID-19 situation, for the health and safety of our team and the wider community we have suspended all clothing drives until further notice.

If you have already completed a registered clothing drive with us, we will be working with you directly to arrange the delivery of your clothing drive in a safe and responsible way. We appreciate your patience and understanding with us while we navigate this process.

Running a Clothing Drive

For many women, the first step to getting work is simply having a suitable outfit to wear to interviews. Your donations help women experiencing disadvantage secure sustainable employment. Thank you!

Please complete our Clothing Drive registration form to register your clothing drive and receive our digital Clothing Drive Kit.  It is important you register your clothing drive to ensure we have the capacity to accept the donation at time of drop off, thank you.

Once you have registered your clothing drive we will send you our digital clothing drive kit, which includes our donation guidelines and a list of priority items that will make the most impact to our service.

Please share the guidelines with everyone participating in the drive so they know what they can contribute. Thousands of women go through our outfitting service every year, so the clothing donations we receive are incredibly valuable. Unfortunately, sorting and disposing of unwearable clothing costs us time and money, that could be going towards supporting our clients. Thank you in advance for being selective with your donations.

Please note all Melbourne based Clothing Drives will need to wait until the 17th of March, 2020 to drop off donations. Thank you in advance for your understanding and patience. 


Register your Clothing Drive

Register your Clothing Drive



"The suit I received from Fitted for Work changed my life. It represented a transition into a different world and was like putting a magic cloak on, because I looked the part. I got the job I wanted in that suit, despite my nerves." Click here to read Anna's story.
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