Mission Possible: Master Plan 2018

Master Plan to Guide Growth over Next Three Years

Priority: Serve 2,000 Clients Annually by 2018

Here at Clothes That Work, we recently adopted a Master Plan designed to elevate the organization to a new level of service over the next three years.  Our priority is to support local workforce initiatives to address the unmet employment needs in our community.  We will focus on achieving the following goals in order to meet this level of service by 2018:

Goal 1: Expansion of Client Services
Clothes That Work will increase the number of access points to the Interview & Workplace Clothing Program by broadening our referral partner network and implementing a new self-referral program.  We will also launch the CTW Workplace Image Institute in 2016 and begin providing a series of educational workshops to the community.

Goal 2: Financial Growth and Diversity
By diversifying our revenue streams, we will further strengthen our ability to serve our clients now and into the future.  Clothes That Work will increase earned revenue through individual contributions, sales from the Boutique and the online Luxe Boutique, and contract services, relying less on revenue from grants and special events.

Goal 3: Growth and Capacity Building
Clothes That Work will increase its capacity to serve by recruiting additional quality board members, increasing expertise represented through our staff and volunteers, improving its technology and IT capabilities, and increasing the quality of donated clothing items received.