Caring for Your Wellbeing

Monday, November 12, 2018 | 11:00am - 12:00pm

Details:

Monday, November 12, 11:00 am -12 noon
Clean Out Your Closet and Care for the Charlottesville Community!
Piedmont Virginia Community College’s (PVCC) Network2Work program identifies people who need quality jobs using a peer network of well-connected individuals on the front lines of the neighborhoods where families struggle. The program connects job-seekers to local employers. Collaborating with partner agencies, Network2Work helps people get the skills and resources they need to become valued employees. Job seekers usually have clothing needs for job interviews and on-the-job. We invite to clean out your closet and donate any unused business clothing! (Business clothing for this project will be collected on Nov. 12 only).

Items needed include the following (In excellent condition, please. No rips or stains)

  • Khaki pants (all colors and sizes)
  • Solid-colored ties
  • Men’s dress coats, sizes 34 to 48
  • Coats for men and women

The Shelter for Help in Emergency works to support and empower victims of domestic violence through a combination of residential, community-based and outreach services. If you have a coat in good condition that you no longer wear, we invite you to drop it off at The Center between Nov. 12 and Dec. 21.

Representatives from each agency will discuss their mission and volunteer opportunities.  Come drop off items, learn more and enjoy light refreshments!  

 Will not meet in December

 

A Partnership for Stress Reduction & Wellness
Caring Transitions of Charlottesville (CTC) wants to be of assistance and a resource for seniors as they move through change, and whatever transitions that come about in their lives. 

Open to all.

Location:
The Center

Fee: free