Corps ensures less fortunate interviewees can be Suited and Booted
The Corps Security team in London have made its first donation to Suited and Booted. But this wasn’t a monetary donation, but instead the team provided over 40 ex uniform suits – trousers, jackets, and shirts, for the less fortunate.
Our colleague, Clarence (pictured) delivered the items to the charity which provides help to vulnerable, unemployed, and low-income men to get into employment. For those men, it is not affordable to pop out and buy the clothes required to look the part for their interview, so alongside professional support, and advice on interview technique and more, that charity provides donated items from companies across the capital. In turn, all candidates who seek the help of the charity have a much higher chance of success and could find themselves getting that all important role.
One step further…
Following the delivery of Corps’ 40 suits in the Corps Security vehicle, Clarence spent time looking at the amazing work that the charity does. Within the conversation, the charity shared an issue with which they suffer – collecting donations. As a not-for-profit charity, with volunteers, many do not have a vehicle to collect donations from London companies.
Clarence and the team have since agreed to provide support with the Corps Security vehicle, when possible, to get those all-important donations to the charity headquarters.
You can find out more about Suited and Booted, to learn how to donate or volunteer click here.
The Suited and Booted Charity