Bolton Wanderers and defender Andrew Taylor showed their support for Bolton at Home's Working Wardrobe initiative earlier this week ahead of Saturday's Community Fixture against Aston Villa.
The Whites' No.3 took part in a special presentation at Macron Stadium with Bolton at Home ahead of the weekend's televised fixture against the Villans, handing over two suits as part of the organisation's new scheme.
Working Wardrobe was introduced to give unemployed men and women across Greater Manchester the best chance of making the right impression at a job interview.
The aim is to support people who have worked hard to secure job interviews but who might not have the means to buy smart clothes for it.
Once referred to Working Wardrobe, they will have the opportunity to choose an outfit and accessories at no cost, which will be theirs to keep. They will also give them free and quality interview preparation advice.
Should the customer be successful in their interview, they can return to them and receive in-work support for as long as they need it.
Bolton at Home are also planning to open a store in the near future. In the meantime, people can donate any unworn or gently worn suits or smart clothing.
Johnsons the Cleaners have partnered up with Bolton at Home, providing clothes drop-off points at their stores and dry cleaning the donated items free of charge.
For more information, phone 01204 329545 or follow @wwardrobebl1 on Twitter.