Open Closet

Sharing Suits and wills makes more valuable society
Jun 12, 2015

Help Disadvantaged Women Find Jobs In South Korea


Non-profit organization Open Closet rents donated suits to young jobseekers at a minimum cost. All jobseekers can be the beneficiaries of our service, but we prepared a project for unemployed women in Korea this time. In the male-dominated society of South Korea, Korean women must overcome sexual discrimination when they find jobs. Cosmetics company Bobbi Brown Korea collaborated with us for helping them.

Our project has been approved to be on GlobalGiving on March 9. Since the registration, 42 donors have contributed 3,506 dollars. We help young female job seekers rent a suit at a lower cost and we hope to rent a suit for a career break women.

3913 young jobseekers used our sharing service from March 12 to July 11 (up to the present). Among these, 421 people succeeded in getting jobs. 3,506 dollars we received are yet not used. It will used for female late-jobseekers, who are finding jobs late for their age, by consulting and making programs to restore their confidence.

Thank you very much for your helps and considerations.

Sincerely,
Manil Han
Project Leader
Mar 13, 2015

Help Disadvantaged Women Find Jobs In South Korea

Non-profit organization Open Closet rents donated suits to young jobseekers at a minimum cost. All jobseekers can be the beneficiaries of our service, but we prepared a project for unemployed women in Korea this time. In the male-dominated society of South Korea, Korean women must overcome sexual discrimination when they find jobs. Cosmetics company Bobbi Brown Korea collaborated with us for helping them.

Our project has been approved to be on GlobalGiving on March 9. Since the registration, 37 donors have contributed 2,906 dollars. We help young female job seekers rent a suit at a lower cost and we hope to rent a suit for a career break women.

3125 young jobseekers used our sharing service from December 9 to March 12 (up to the present). Among these, 421 people succeeded in getting jobs. 2,906 dollars we received are yet not used. It will used for female late-jobseekers, who are finding jobs late for their age, by consulting and making programs to restore their confidence.

Thank you very much for your helps and considerations.

Sincerely,
Manil Han
Project Leader

Dec 11, 2014

Help Disadvantaged Women Find Jobs In South Korea

Non-profit organization Open Closet rents donated suits to young jobseekers at a minimum cost. All jobseekers can be the beneficiaries of our service, but we prepared a project for unemployed women in Korea this time. In the male-dominated society of South Korea, Korean women must overcome sexual discrimination when they find jobs. Cosmetics company Bobbi Brown Korea collaborated with us for helping them.

Our project has been approved to be on GlobalGiving on March 9. Since the registration, 25 donors have contributed 2,201 dollars. We help young female job seekers rent a suit at a lower cost and we hope to rent a suit for a career break women.

3018 young jobseekers used our sharing service from September 11 to December 9 (up to the present). Among these, 534 people succeeded in getting jobs. 2,075 dollars we received are yet not used. It will used for female late-jobseekers, who are finding jobs late for their age, by consulting and making programs to restore their confidence.

Thank you very much for your helps and considerations.

Sincerely,
Manil Han
Project Leader

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