Back in September, the girls of SiteVisibility ditched their normal attire and donned a little black dress for a whole month in the name of charity for the ‘Uniform @ Work’ project.
The ‘Uniform @ Work’ project was inspired by the 2009 Uniform Project, established by Sheena Matheiken, who wore one little black dress for 365 days to promote sustainability and raise funds to support the Akanksha Foundation. Sheena managed to look amazing and totally different everyday through accessorising and mixing and matching of what she wore.
7 girls of the SiteVisibility team took park in the ‘Uniform @ Work’ project to help support and raise funds for the NSPCC, the UK’s leading charity, specialising in child protection to help end cruelty to children in the UK.
We received lots of support from local businesses donating accessories and old clothing items which we used to spice up our outfits. Photos and experiences were shared on a daily basis on our very own Project Blog uniformatwork.tumbr.com. Check out the blog to see what we looked like every day.
We would really just like to thank everyone who has supported us, either by donating cash on our Just Giving page or clothing items and accessories.
The project raised a total of over £500, getting us much closer to reaching our fundraising total!
Many thanks for all your support.
The SiteVisibility team.