Wardrobe for Opportunity works in partnership with the community to assist low-income individuals in their efforts to Find a Job, Keep a Job, and Build a Career.
A Bay Area where every individual can earn a living wage and live a life of economic self-sufficiency.
What We Do
Wardrobe for Opportunity (WFO) provides access to transformational career support services for low-income Bay Area residents seeking employment and career advancement.
WFO was founded in 1995 to help low-income women look professional, feel confident and have hope for the future, and has since evolved to provide a complete suite of career development services to a diverse group of low-income men and women, as well as a significant number of youths. Over the years, the organization has created programs that not only help people find and retain employment and build a career, but also give them the power to make their own decisions, live a successful life, and ultimately become self-sufficient. To date, WFO has served over 30,000 low-income individuals and is a thriving organization with over 40 partnerships that include social service and job-training agencies across the Bay Area.