It’s Not Just a Suit.
It’s a Fighting Chance
Save A Suit is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides veterans and transitioning service members with business suits, professional attire, and other clothing resources they need to achieve job security.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How Many Veterans Have You Helped?
We have had the honor to “suit up” and support over 5,000 veterans and transitioning service members since 2010.
How Can I Get a Suit?
We host quarterly events all over the country. We also have a national Ship A Suit program where we send suits to veterans and transitioning active-duty members all over the country.
Can I Host a Suit and Professional Clothing Drive?
Yes! Whether you are a small business, or a large corporation, everyone and anyone can clean out their closet to support our veterans’ programs.
We Help U.S. Military Veterans Suit Up For Their Next Mission!
Real Life Testimonial
Meet Our Founder, Scott Sokolowski
Because Heroes Deserve to be Clothed In Dignity
Scott Sokolowski will never forget the young veteran who interviewed for a position with his company. Why, he wondered, was the candidate not dressed in proper interview attire?
So Scott asked, “Why aren’t you wearing a suit today?”
The young man replied, “I can’t afford one.”
Scott decided then and there that our returning heroes deserved to be clothed in dignity and he committed himself to doing something about it.
Save A Suit was born so veterans returning to the civilian workforce could have not just a good suit but the kind of confidence necessary for success. Since 2009, we have provided more than $2 million in professional attire and other resources to 5,000-plus veterans.
“I, myself, am a veteran of the U.S. Air Force. My father served in the U.S. Navy, and my grandfather served with the U.S. Coast Guard. I take great pride in helping those men and women who have made such a noble commitment to the United States of America.”Scott Sokolowski, Founder of SAVE A SUIT
A Real-Life “Suit Up” Story
Each year, more than 200,000 veterans return home. Eight out of ten of those returning vets don’t have a job lined up. Furthermore, one in four recently transitioned veterans earn below the poverty line.
But Darwin isn’t a statistic. He’s a Marine.
My mom immigrated to the United States and I was born here. When I was younger, I was made fun of because I am Hispanic. So, I wanted to prove that I was 100 percent American and that I am extremely proud of my country.
My time in the military was very stressful but also very rewarding because I knew I was doing something that only a small percentage of citizens volunteer to do.
I recently received a sales position, so this suit will help me maintain a professional appearance.”Darwin, United States Marine Corps
There are many ways to get involved to start helping veterans. Whether you’re donating a suit, a financial gift, or your time, you can have a powerful impact! Start today!