LCCC Professional Clothing Bank

The LCCC Professional Clothing Bank provides free professional clothing for current LCCC students to use for job interviews and internships.

Photo of a rack of clothing hanging on hangers with tops and pants.

Professional Clothing Bank Guidelines:

LCCC students are welcome to browse and try on clothes during the Professional Clothing Bank’s normal operating hours.

Students may choose one complete outfit to keep and use for job interviews, internships and future careers:

  • Slacks/Skirt
  • Shirt/Blouse
  • Jacket
  • Tie
  • Shoes
  • Belt

The clothing bank is located in the College Community Center, room 110, near the Student Lounge. It can be accessed during normal hours of operation by any current LCCC student with a valid student ID.

Hours of Operation:

Wednesdays: 1 - 5 p.m.
Thursdays: 1 - 5 p.m.


How to Donate

Clothing:

The LCCC Professional Clothing Bank accepts gently used professional clothes and shoes. We do not accept clothing or shoes with noticeable stains, holes, broken zippers, or missing buttons. Donors may drop off donations at the Student Hub in the Pathfinder Building's main floor, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.. Donors may request and be given a receipt to record their charitable donation.

Monetary:

The LCCC Professional Clothing Bank accepts monetary donations through the LCCC Foundation Office. All monetary donations are used to purchase detergent, clothing racks and hangers to display donated clothing.

You may donate online using the Online Monetary Donations page. Under designation, choose Other and write in Professional Clothing Bank

You may also write a check to LCCC Foundation and put "Professional Clothing Bank" in the subject line to designate the funds to our account.

Equipment:

The LCCC Professional Clothing Bank will also accept donations of equipment (i.e. clothing racks, hangers, detergent). Those who wish to make a donation should contact Nick Colsch at NColschFREELARAMIE or 307.778.1151 to discuss the process for donations of equipment.