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Dress for Success Wellington launches new website

Dress for Success Wellington launches new website

Dress for Success Wellington today announced the launch of www.dressforsuccesswgtn.org.nz , its new website to enhance the quality and online access to information by its current and potential clients and supporters.

The site boasts a modern, clean design with easy online navigation. Visitors can find information about Dress for Success Wellington’s dressing and styling service, the Breakfast Club - a job seekers forum and its Professional Women’s Group - a career hub for employed clients.

“We’ve built the new website to ensure our online communication is timely, easy to find and understood by those we serve, and it also keeps our sponsors and referral agencies informed about what we’re doing,” says Helen Trim, President of Dress for Success Wellington.

Visitors to the site can find ways to give back to their community by helping Dress for Success Wellington achieve its mission. This includes taking up voluntary opportunities on offer, in areas such as administration, web and copy writing, fundraising and clothes styling.

The new website is part of Dress for Success Wellington’s digital communications strategy to improve its online engagement across a number of digital platforms including Facebook.


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