Charity

Young black UK professionals donate quality suits to charity getting low-income men into employment

GIVING BACK: The group meet with Dr Lena at Suited & Booted

GIVING BACK: The group meet with Dr Maria Lenn at Suited & Booted

A GROUP of black UK professionals have donated a case load of quality suits to a charity helping vulnerable, unemployed and low-income men get into employment by providing suitable interview clothing.

Lawyer Tunde Okewale of Urban Lawyers and Sena and Joshua of luxury tailors Morts & More walked through the doors of London’s of St Andrew-by-the-Wardrobe church to donate top suits to Dr Maria Lenn and the rest of team at Suited & Booted.

Public agencies refer men to Suited & Booted who provide them with clothes donated by companies and professionals.

“If you wait until you can do everything for everybody, instead of something for somebody, you’ll end up not doing anything for anybody,” Sena and Joshua of Morts and More said.

You can find more info at http://www.suitedbootedcentre.org.uk

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