New Board President of Frazer’s Wings for Success Has Ambitious Plans for Its Future

The Wings for Success Board of Directors, including President Rehana Wolfe, second from left.

Wings for Success, a nonprofit with locations in Frazer and Kennett Square, provides invaluable resources to low-income women, including career wardrobes and life skills training, writes Melissa Jacobs for Main Line Today.

So far this year, the organization has distributed outfits to 800 recipients and enrolled more than 300 in workshops focusing on financial independence, job interviews, and various other topics.

Rehana Wolfe, a corporate executive with an international consulting firm, was volunteering for Wings for Success for about a year before being named president of the organization’s board of directors in August.

Despite taking over in the middle of the pandemic, Wolfe has an ambitious plan for the nonprofit’s future.

“I’m looking to double Wings’ size,” said Wolfe. “We’re going to serve more women, reignite the volunteer base, and grow our funding while we grow our board of directors.”

The organization has already reopened both of its locations with COVID-19 safety protocols in place for dressing appointments and moved the workshops online with virtual programs. The nonprofit has also distributed emergency bags of clothing to frontline workers, healthcare professionals, and domestic violence victims in local shelters.

Read more about Wings for Success in Main Line Today here.

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