Community Outreach

Supporting Everyday People Going Through Tough Times

Supporting Everyday People Going Through Tough Times

In the fall, Sully-Miller had the privilege to work with the non-profit organization Working Wardrobes. Working Wardrobes assists men, women, veterans, and young adults, who are overcoming difficult challenges, to confidently enter the workforce and achieve self-sufficiency.

The organization provides clients with career assessments, skills training, career development services, job placement assistance, and professional wardrobes. Individuals benefitting from Working Wardrobes have had issues with alcohol and substance abuse, domestic violence, transitional homelessness, and catastrophic illness.

Sully-Miller employees in the Brea office donated over ninety pieces of gently used clothing, including suits, jackets, ties, blouses, skirts and pants. This organization would not be possible without the support and donations from the community. “With your support, clients say, “I got the job!!”- Working Wardrobes

In December, Sully-Miller supported another non-profit, Project Dignity by donating personal hygiene products. Project Dignity assists working families and motel families that are down on their luck. As always, it was humbling for Sully-Miller to give back to the community by supporting everyday people going through tough times.