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Made Man is all about helping men improve their lives. But this fall, our cause grows greater. Because we’re reprising Gentleman Up, a supercharged campaign inspiring men to shape up, dress up, man up and, most importantly, help less fortunate gents do the same.
Beyond loads of powerful new content, we’re teaming up with Career Gear, a non-profit that helps low-income men study up and suit up to enter the professional workforce and become role models for their families and communities.
That’s why we’re asking you to join us in going formal—think suits, ties, cocktail dresses, etc.—in the office on Friday, October 9th. For every photo posted to Twitter or Instagram and tagged #FormalFriday, we’ll donate $1 to Career Gear.
Because when it comes down to it, one of the classiest things we all can do is make a difference.
While its most visible activity is helping low-income men suit up—to the tune of more than 1,000 a year in the New York branch alone— Career Gear does a whole lot more. The organization provides training in such areas as money management, job readiness, career development and life skills to help men enter the workforce, stay employed and become role models and mentors themselves! To bring the organization’s impact to life, Made Man spent some time learning about the suiting process and hanging out with some standout program graduates. Click below to learn more.Inside the suiting process
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