- Donate any unwanted suit to the campaign
- Help a disadvantaged unemployed young person get into work
- You get a £50 voucher to say thank you

How & What to Donate

Find out how you can get involved with the campaign and what items you can donate

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About the Partners

Find out all about Amber, Centrepoint and Right Futures, and learn about the people that they help.

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About your voucher

As a reward for donating a suit we will give you a £50 voucher to spend on bespoke tailoring in one of the 33 A Suit That Fits studios nationwide.

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We have donation locations all over the country from April 8th until May 31st. Check out when we will be near you

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Having worked with a number of homelessness charities since 2006, we know that one of the barriers facing people looking for work is having nothing to wear for an interview. In 2012, we took this beyond our sample suits and the men and women of Britain donated 1000 items to donate to our three homelessness partner charities.

This year, we are helping young people to get into work. We’re working with three partners: Amber, Centrepoint and Right Futures. Each organisation offers work and learning outreach programs to the young people they work with to equip them with the skills and confidence they need to find a job and stay in employment. Our partners regularly find their members have nothing to wear to their interview which affects their confidence and impacts that all-important ‘first impression’. By providing them with a smart suit we are making the process just a little bit easier.

Amber and Centrepoint both help young people disadvantaged as a result of homelessness, and Right Futures work with young people who are not in employment, education or training to find their first role.

Once they've been suited and booted, A Suit That Fits and Right Futures will work with Amber and Centrepoint to offer a number of their young people work experience placements.