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New Beginnings with Dr. Leverett

Article courtesy of Dr. Larry C. Leverett, M.D., F.A.C.S.
January 9, 2013

Phoenix, AZ - Dr. Larry C. Leverett and his Body by Leverett team announce a collaboration with Dress for Success Phoenix, a non-profit organization, in the “New Body...New Beginnings” campaign. This effort works to help disadvantaged women gain economic independence and enter the workforce by providing affordable professional attire. And, since you now have the body you deserve, you can donate your old clothing items that no longer fit!

The following items are acceptable for donation:
  • Suits (specifically sizes 16/16w-34w)
  • Business Separates (blouses, slacks, skirts, blazers, cardigans and dresses)
  • Shoes, Sizes 8-12 (Black, Brown, Beige, Nude)
  • Handbags (Black, Brown, Beige, Nude)
  • Accessories - including jewelry, scarves, un-used hosiery, un-used makeup
We regret that we cannot accept the following items:
  • Outerwear
  • Athletic wear
  • Denim
  • Winter Clothing - including wool garments
  • Formal Wear
  • Hats
  • Menswear
  • Nightgowns/Pajamas
You can drop off your contribution at Dr. Leverett’s office in Phoenix, AZ. We request that all clothing is clean (preferably dry cleaned), gently used, and appropriate for an interview or professional setting.



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