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Last modified: February 3, 2012, 6:20 PM
Since 1995, Wardrobe for Opportunity (WFO) has worked in partnership with the community to assist low-income individuals to find jobs, keep jobs and build careers. Always looking to the goal of providing critical services that bridge the gap, WFO equips low-income jobseekers with the tools they need to secure employment, and empowers the working poor with the skills they need to advance in the workplace. In partnership with hundreds of community agencies and volunteers from across the Bay Area, WFO has helped nearly 20,000 clients to achieve economic well-being and success for themselves, their families and their communities.