Joanne Fleming celebrates an outfit picked out for her by volunteer staff at the Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services’  Job Smart Clothing project,  a new program that provides unemployed men and women with gently used clothing to help them rejoin the workforce. Program managers are asking Book of Dreams readers to help them purchase two professional-grade clothes steamers, additional clothing racks and a shoe resizing device.
Joanne Fleming celebrates an outfit picked out for her by volunteer staff at the Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services’ Job Smart Clothing project, a new program that provides unemployed men and women with gently used clothing to help them rejoin the workforce. Program managers are asking Book of Dreams readers to help them purchase two professional-grade clothes steamers, additional clothing racks and a shoe resizing device. Lezlie Sterling lsterling@sacbee.com
Joanne Fleming celebrates an outfit picked out for her by volunteer staff at the Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services’ Job Smart Clothing project, a new program that provides unemployed men and women with gently used clothing to help them rejoin the workforce. Program managers are asking Book of Dreams readers to help them purchase two professional-grade clothes steamers, additional clothing racks and a shoe resizing device. Lezlie Sterling lsterling@sacbee.com

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