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Think you can help us out?

Help comes in many different forms but usually divides into those who can contribute their time to our cause and those who help us out financially or donate clothes. We appreciate any kind of help - we're completely self funded and, as word spreads about our service, we want to be able to expand to keep up with demand.


Work with us.

If you have an passion for clothes and an eye for style, we would love to hear from you. Just complete the form at the bottom of the page.

Likewise, if you are experienced at interviews and think you can help coach someone else to be able to make an impact at their own interview, please contact us below and tell us about yourself.


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If you love what we're doing but can't spare your time, you can still help us out with a donation via PayPal. Click the PayPal button below to make a donation.

Help us by shopping!

If you can't afford to help us with your time or a donation, there's a another easy way for you to help us using a service called "Easy Fundraising". This organisation has partnerships with over 7,000 brands (including John Lewis & Partners, Argos, Uswitch, eBay, M&S, Just Eat, Now TV, Domino’s Pizza and Audible) who will donate part of what you spend on their website to a cause of your choice. It won't cost you any extra - the cost is covered by the brand. So if you download their app here, your everyday purchases can help us out a little.


On the page that opens, click "support this cause" and create an account.

Dedication to Christine

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1st Impressions have received a most generous donation from Christine and her husband Martin.

In honour of Christine, who sadly passed away a few years ago, Martin has donated a large majority of her wardrobe.


Christine was the daughter of a Dairy Farming family from Chew Stoke just outside Bristol, although until she married Martin, she lived in South Bristol where she was educated.

Her professional working life began with a farming-related insurance company in Bristol in the late 1960s, where she worked until she had the first of her two daughters in 1976.

She never returned to work, choosing to devote her life to family and home from that point onwards - any reference to "Lady Of Leisure" was swiftly rebuffed! - and she did a brilliant job  on all fronts.

Her interests were Family, Home, Cats, Garden, Painting, Cross-stitch, Jigsaws, Soaps, Politics, Theatre and Michael Ball!

We wish to thank both Christine, and Martin, for this amazing donation which will continue to help support women get back into work in the Bath area

Thank you!

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