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Dream Big

05/08/2013 05:59 pm ET | Updated Jul 08, 2013

Many of us have dreams to be successful, dreams to conquer and dreams to explore. Many of us feel our dreams are unreachable. Many of us often express the term 'in our dreams', many of us strive to reach our goals and dreams everyday.

Career Wardrobe helps women make their dreams a reality. These dreams are possible through the resources, networks and opportunities that Career Wardrobe gives women in need. A dream to get that job, a dream to better their lives and a dream to better their family. Often these women need support mentally and socially to realize that their dreams are not far fetched and can become a reality. We help women bring their dreams to life. We inspire and motivate women to share their dreams and help them take one step closer to accomplishing their dreams.

Whether we travel, run, walk, play sports, volunteer or cook dinner for our families, we all have life goals and dreams. We often hope we can make our dreams a reality. We hope they come true. Truth is we are the ones to make this happen. We have to push ourselves and open our minds to make our dreams a reality. We make the difference, we make it happen. So whether you just earned a personal record at The Philadelphia Broad Street Run or are practicing for your next interview at your dream company, we ultimately make our own dreams come true. We take the resources we learn, the networks we meet and the motivation from organizations like Career Wardrobe to reach our goals. So dream big and never give up. Your dreams can change the world.

Consider making a donation of just $10, right now, and help Career Wardrobe win the Raise for Women Challenge.

$10: That's as much as you'd spend on lunch or for coffee this week.

At Career Wardrobe a small gift goes a long way:
• $10 helps a woman accessorize her new outfit with a positive attitude.
• $25 adds a pair of shoes to step forward into her new life.
• $50 provides a new professional suit for her job interview.
• $100 or more enrolls a woman in Wardrobe Careers to practice her new job skills.