Riker Danzig Participates In Suit Drive To Benefit Dress For Success Morris County
Spearheaded by Counsel Stephanie Wolfe, 30 attorneys and staff members from Riker Danzig donated more than five racks of clothing, shoes, handbags and accessories from their own closets and those of family members to benefit clients of Dress for Success® Morris County, which serves eight (8) New Jersey counties.
Participants included: Bethany Abele, Marianne Aughey, Cheryl Carfagno, Anne Carrasco, Tami Cleckley, Silva Dechoyan, Richelle Delavan, Diana Gerstel, Christine Hill, Maha Kabbash, Iryna Kastsiuk, Stuart Lederman, Brenda Liss, Juliya Litichevskaya, Claudia May, Teresa Moore, Jason Navarino, Natalie Pepe, Rudy Randazzo, Mark Rattner, Amy Redner, Karen Rega, Alexa Richman-LaLonde, Danielle Rubin, Eva Rykr, Susan Satz, Robert Schoenberg, Anne Shulman, Stephanie Wolfe and Robin Wolfsohn.
Dress for Success promotes the economic independence of disadvantaged women by providing professional attire and a network of support and career development tools to help women thrive in work and in life. The services of Dress for Success® Morris County are free of charge and available to clients referred through New Jersey social service agencies. Clients must be available to work, actively seeking employment or recently employed, and in need of business clothing. For the first visit, clients are assisted by volunteer personal shoppers who are trained to help them select business appropriate attire. Each client receives several complete outfits, including accessories such as jewelry, a purse and shoes, and once employed is invited to return for a second visit. Dress for Success Morris County also provides clients with ongoing career development opportunities through the Employment Retention Program, which includes the Professional Women's Group, the Career Center and Going Places Network by Walmart, and Foundations of Success Workshops.