cabi, with charity partner Brother Bill’s Helping Hand which provides food, healthcare and education programming to those in need in West Dallas and Oak Cliff community, is bringing positive change to people’s lives.
On September 19, 2020. 930am-1130am CST, at 3906 N Westmoreland Rd in Dallas, Cabi Stylists are hosting a clothing donation of cabi clothing to Brother Bill’s Helping Hands. New clothing items, free of cost, will be available for women in sizes XS–XL.
This event will be hosted as part of Heart of cabi Foundation Week, taking place this year from September 6-12, during which cabi Stylists from around the world host clothing donation events to support women in their community. The Heart of cabi Foundation was founded in an effort to empower women in need. From distributing clothing in communities affected by natural disasters, to empowering women entrepreneurs in the developing world to work their way out of poverty, to partnering with nonprofit organizations across the U.S., U.K., and Canada, we are passionate about serving and investing in women across the globe.
The fifth annual Heart of cabi Foundation Week, launches on September 6, 2020: during two weeks in September – fashion meets compassion, as cabi, the nation’s largest personal styling and social selling apparel company, gives back to the community. Cabi Stylists around the US and Canada are organizing clothing donation events in their local areas to benefit a wide variety of charities. To date $59 million USD in clothing and monetary gifts have been donated and 2.7 million cabi items have been given to women in need.
The Heart of cabi Foundation, founded in 2005, was created in an effort to empower women. From distributing clothing in communities affected by natural disasters, to supporting women entrepreneurs in the developing world to work their way out of poverty, to partnering with non-profit organizations across the US and Canada, cabi aims to make a positive impact.
In the light of Covid-19, the work of the Foundation comes at a critical time when so many women need resources, as well as connection and support from others during this period of isolation. Cabi was quick to respond to the Covid-19 outbreak, raising thousands of dollars ($73,000) for World Vision to fund Family Emergency Kits containing food, cleaning, hygiene and school supplies for families in need, and to buy Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for healthcare workers.
Amy Taylor, Organizer of Heart of cabi Foundation Week 2020 says:
“We want to uplift women in need. These empowering events will give back to the local community. We endeavour to do well as a business in order to give back to the world.”
Cabi was launched in 2002 by designer Carol Anderson, then President Kimberly Inskeep and 10 other founding women, and prides itself on being a ‘company for women, by women.’ The designer fashion brand was launched to reinvent the way women shop and work. The cabi business model offers many different options to shop when, where and how the client wants, to suit her own lifestyle. Likewise, cabi Stylists can build their own businesses in a flexible way, allowing them to earn supplemental income, or replace lost income.