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Swap a handbag for a facial!

Swap a handbag for a facial!

Is your winter skin in need of a facial?


And have you got a new or pre-loved handbag at home that you don't use?
Well now you can swap one for the other!

Our clients at Dress for Success are always in need of a handbag and our friends at Caci are coming to the rescue.
They are running a great promotion to drive more handbag donations to our Dress for Success affiliates by offering a free facial voucher in exchange for your handbag donation.

All donated handbags will go to our Dress for Success clients as part of their pre-employment interview dressing.

See the flyer for more details and be in quick as the promotion ends August 6th!


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