First Bank Partners With WHW and Men2work For Clothing Drive

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 18020 Brookhurst St Fountain Valley CA 92708  See map

First Bank and WHW/Men2Work have teamed up again this year to host a women’s and men’s business clothing
drive from November 5 through November 16 throughout Orange County.

“First Bank is delighted to support
WHW and their dedication to helping low-income women and men enter the workforce by providing appropriate business clothing, image consulting, and employment search support.  The clothing that is going unused in your closet today can make a huge difference to another
woman, man, or teen tomorrow,” said Susan Montoya, Vice President and Corporate CRA Officer of First Bank.  “We are pleased to partner with such a worthwhile organization.” 

First Bank is proud to join in and assist with WHW and
their efforts.  Eight First Bank branches in Orange County, including two offices serving as year-round drop off sites,
will accept new or gently worn women’s and men’s business clothing and accessories, including suits and blazers, purses and wallets, belts, scarves, dress shoes, slacks, skirts, blouses, new garments, ties, new toiletries,
makeup and jewelry.  Also, they will be accepting new or gently worn evening gowns and accessories for high school

Donation items may be dropped off
at the following bank location: 

Fountain Valley Branch
18020 Brookhurst Street

Fountain Valley, CA 92708

Established in 1994, WHW is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization dedicated to helping Orange County women and men in transition.  The organization provides
professional business apparel, image consulting, and employment search support to aid low-income women and men in attaining and sustaining employment.  For more information about WHW and Men2Work, please contact Brateil Aghasi at 949-631-2333, x102. 

First Bank firstbanks.com is one of the largest privately owned banks in the country with $6.61 billion in assets and 146 locations in California, Missouri, and Florida and Illinois.

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