Donate clothing to Kirk Rice and help women get back to work with Smart Works

Kirk Rice are supporting the charity Smart Works by encouraging people to donate smart women’s clothing suitable and accessories suitable for work interviews at their Fleet office from Monday 8th to Wednesday 17th April at their Fleet offices.

What to donate:
• High quality, interview appropriate clothing: suits, trousers, skirts, tops, shirts, dresses, coats.
• Accessories including shoes, handbags, scarves, jewellery and new pairs of tights.
• Unopened cosmetics and toiletries.

Kirk Rice’s Offices are in Victoria House, 178-180 Fleet Road (above Starbucks).

Smart Works is a national charity run by recruitment and fashion experts to help unemployed women in need to get jobs. Since opening its Reading operation in October 2015 the charity has helped over 200 women in the Thames Valley region. Women are referred to Smart Works from organisations such as job centres, work programmes, prisons, care homes, homeless shelters and mental health charities and often suffering from a lack of confidence in their own abilities.

Smart Works’ philosophy is “Get the Clothes. Get the Confidence. Get the Job” and they give women the confidence, the self-belief and the practical tools they require to succeed at interview and start a new chapter of their life by providing a quality interview outfit as well as professional interview coaching.

You can read more about Smart Works at

Read more about Kirk Rice and why they are supporting Smart Works here.