Wardrobe for Opportunity works in partnership with community organizations to assist Low-income individuals in their efforts to Find a Job, Keep a Job, and Build a Career.
A Bay Area where everyone has a living wage
What We Do
Wardrobe for Opportunity provides access to transformational career support services for low-income residents seeking employment and career advancement.
Founded in 1995 to address critical barriers to finding and retaining employment, WFO started as a micro-project to help underserved women secure jobs. Since its start over 20 years ago, WFO has served nearly 30,000 low-income individuals. WFO’s model expanded from a tiny startup to a thriving organization with over 40 partner relationships that include social service and job-training agencies across the Bay Area. Within 10 years, the organization expanded its focus beyond women to include all adults and a significant number of youth as well.