Rachel Steely Sets $1M Fundraising Goal for Houston's Dress for Success Event


Village News featured Gardere Partner Rachel Powitzky Steely's involvement with Dress for Success Houston and its upcoming annual fundraising gala "A Night Out." Ms. Steely is chair of the event, which raises money for purchasing professional attire for economically disadvantaged women so that they can look and feel confident as they go into their job interview process.

Gardere has been sponsoring the event for the past 10 years and has helped raise over $700,000. Ms. Steely's goal this year is to make it to the $1 million mark.

The 14th Annual "A Night Out" will be held on Nov. 19 at the River Oaks Country Club. For more information about the event, click here. To read the full Village News article, click here.

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