Clothes That Work and cabi Partner Together  to Serve Women Impacted by the Memorial Day Tornadoes 

On November 9 from 10 a.m.–2 p.m., Dayton nonprofit Clothes That Work and cabi, the nation’s largest social-selling women’s clothing company, will host a day of pampering and self-care for 900 local women impacted by the Memorial Day weekend tornadoes.

The women, whose clothing was lost or destroyed in the disaster, can choose from 3,000 brand-new pieces of clothing donated by The Heart of cabi Foundation. Local cabi Stylists will also donate additional gently-worn clothes for the event.

In partnership with the Dayton Area Red Cross, tornado victims will be asked to provide proof of loss via an insurance claim, a FEMA approval letter, or a letter from the Red Cross. The event will be held at Clothes That Work at 1133 S. Edwin C Moses Blvd., Suite 392, Entrance A in Dayton, Ohio.

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