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Alliance of Career Development Nonprofits
c/o The Women’s Alliance
1775 Eye Street, NW
Suite 1150
Washington, D.C. 20006

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1775 Eye Street, NW, Suite 1150
Washington, D.C. 20006
United States

We’re a growing network of career development nonprofits that provide business attire for women and men seeking work, empowering them to economic independence.

Our Impact

Nurturing nonprofits that support women and men seeking jobs and economic independence. Our nonprofits help with interview clothes, interview skills, and more.



2016 National Statistics

  • Annual Outcomes Received by 95% of members

  • Total Clients Outfitted in 2016: 41,389 (Clients receive clothing free of charge)

  • Total Clients who received Professional Development Training in 2016: 8,905

  • Total of Clients Served: nearly 300,000

  • Two (2) New Members in Third Quarter (Madeit! Foundation Inc. and First Impression, Inc.)

  • Oldest agency founded in 1992; youngest in 2015

  • 100% of ACDN members report serving women; 53% agencies serve men

  • Over 50% ACDN member organizations have a social enterprise component such as a resale store or quarterly sales to offer their clients and the community access to designer and name brand clothing at accessible prices and supports their missions.

Membership Benefits/Programming

  • 100% of ACDN members cite their #1 need is donations of gently-used and new plus-size clothing (for both women and men) and access to bulk purchasing (ie. new undergarments, large and extra-wide shoes, make-up, mens clothing, insurance).

  • 56% Members cite access to bulk purchasing is extremely important.

  • 40% Members cite the ACDN National Conference is extremely important.

  • 53% cite Quarterly Membership Meetings are very important.

  • 50% cite Virtual U Webinars are very important.


Contact our Board President, Connie Golds, with any questions. We’d love to hear from you.