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The Veterans Clothing Program provides brand new clothing for veterans seeking employment and basic clothing when needed. Dignity U Wear prides itself on delivering appropriate clothing specific to the partner agencies’ programs and demographics. The Veterans Clothing Program has three components: Suits for Soldiers, Heroes to Work and Helping Homeless Heroes.  

Suits for Soldiers

  • 8.8% of veterans are unemployed
  • For younger veterans, the number is even higher. 24.3% of veterans ages 18-24 are unemployed.

Our Suits for Soldiers-Suited for the Next Mission program is designed to support veterans returning to civilian employment who are working through educational and/or vocational training programs to better transition their military skills to a civilian work environment. Read more.

Heroes to Work

We recognize that not ever veteran needs a suit so Heroes to Work helps veterans who are underemployed or unemployed by supplying brand new work appropriate clothing – khakis, dress slacks, career shirts, ties, belts – that will assist in securing long-term financial stability for themselves and their families.

Helping Homeless Heroes

12% of the adult homeless population are veterans. We work to provide homeless veterans with basic necessities as they get back on their feet. Read more.

The Orange Heart at Work

Special thanks to Mann Publications

Special thanks to Mann Publications for our recent article in the latest edition of Fashion Manuscript! Check us out on page 58.

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Dignity Partners with Operation New Uniform

Dignity recently made a donation to Operation New Uniform, an organization that exists to ensure veterans are prepared to wear a new uniform and support them in the pursuit of their professional goals. Dignity donated 114 units of clothing valued at $2,020. Operation New Uniform focuses on changing strategies, growing confidence, gaining skills and getting results. They […]

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Dignity Supports the Veterans Miracle Center Opening

Dignity was proud to be a part of the grand opening of the Veterans Miracle Center in Albany, NY.  The VMC recently opened to help local area veterans and service men and women. With over 250 people in attendance, including two senators and many military leaders, Dignity was part of a wonderful beginning for Albany […]

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Dignity Continues to Serve Veterans Re-Entering the Workforce

Operation New Uniform of Jacksonville, Florida helps military service men and women transition from military life into the business community. There has been a vast, growing need for veterans as they return home and transition back into finding work and life with their family. Operation New Uniform dedicates their work to support military personnel as […]

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New Clothes for Veterans at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center

Dignity U Wear recently partnered with the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, MD by sending a shipment of new clothing valued at $1,624. TheWalter Reed National Military Medical Center provides medical care and services for those who come back from global conflict and are wounded, ill or injured. They are the largest […]

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Dignity Continues Work with the Wounded Warrior Project

Dignity recently sent a shipment of brand new clothes valued at $2,348 to veterans at the Wounded Warrior Project. Dignity U Wear is grateful for the continued and growing partnership with the Wounded Warrior Project. One of Dignity’s three primary initiatives is serving veterans in need. They are our country’s heroes and many of them […]

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Dignity Serves Veterans at Stand Down Events

At Dignity U Wear serving veterans – those who have so selflessly served our country – is a priority and a honor. This fall we partnered with two organizations to provide brand new clothing for Stand Down attendees. What is a Stand Down? The original Stand Down for homeless veterans was modeled after the Stand […]

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Donation of New Clothing to Florida Veterans

One of Dignity U Wear’s main initiatives is serving veterans by providing new clothing to nonprofit agencies working with veterans as they come back from combat to reintegrate into society and the workforce. Dignity recently partnered with the City of Jacksonville Veterans Services through a donation of new clothing specifically for the veterans they serve […]

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Veterans Visit Warehouse for Brand New Suits

Dignity U Wear is proud to make supporting veterans one of our primary initiatives. We recognize the sacrifice veterans have made for our country and our freedom and we work to make their transition back to the civilian workforce as smooth as possible. Three veterans and new graduates from Operation New Uniform‘s training program stopped by our […]

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Dignity’s Proud Partnership with Rack Room Shoes

Rack Room Shoes has been a supportive partner of Dignity U Wear for almost two years, helping Dignity expand veteran clothing and services across the country. Since August 2012, Rack Room Shoes has donated 600 gift cards valued at $100 each for veterans to enter their stores and choose a pair of dress shoes. In […]

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