At Suit Up Charlotte, the health and well-being of our clients, team members, and communities is our top priority. We are concerned and understand the uncertainties surrounding the coronavirus (COVID-19).

Suit Up Charlotte is committed to being responsive to the needs of the men we serve as well as our volunteers and team members.  We enjoy being hands on and serving in excellence, however, as the situation continues to evolve we will not be Suiting Up until further notice.  Please stay tuned! Looking forward to serving again soon.

Dedicated to Excellence

SUIT UP CHARLOTTE

“The only justification for ever looking down on somebody is to pick them up.” – Jesse Jackson

OUR COMPANY

Suit Up Charlotte is a faith based 501(c) 3 non-profit organization. We serve and suit up men exclusively both inside and out. Our focus is placed on the development and sustainability of men, their healthy relationships and families!

Cerita Lindo
Executive Director

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WHAT WE OFFER

Serving men exclusively as they prepare to enter or re-enter the workforce. Suit Up Charlotte partners with non-profit groups, government agencies, veteran organizations, homeless shelters and job training programs from every ethnic background in Charlotte and surrounding areas.

SUITING UP

We serve men exclusively! Those preparing to enter or re-enter the marketplace. As well as men who are in the process of positive change.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT​

We provide a continuum of learning and support activities designed to assist men in the transformation process.

NEXT STEPS​

To continue to empower men in transition by providing a network of support, such as veteran services via NC serves-metrolina, patriots path as well as mentor-ships programs tools and other resources.

BLACK PHILANTHROPY MONTH 2020

Black Philanthropy Month is celebrated annually in August!

#BPM2020CLT is Charlotte’s localized celebration of Black Philanthropy Month – a collaborative initiative led by NGAAP Charlotte to celebrate Black giving in Charlotte-Mecklenburg. 

As part of #BPM2020CLT, SHARE Charlotte will be spotlighting theirBlack-led, Black-benefitting nonprofit partners.  Additionally, SHARE will be inviting the Charlotte community to vote for their favorite  Black-led organization to take home $5K, courtesy of the Amy and Brian France Foundation. 

SHARE Charlotte’s #SpotlightOnCLT is a monthly content series,presented by the Amy and Brian France Foundation.  Each month SHARE explores an important local issue or topic through the lens of their 400+ nonprofit partners, to help create a more informed, compassionate and engaged city.   

We are SO PROUD to announce that, Suit Up Charlotte will be Featured as one of those “Black-led, Black-benefiting nonprofits that serve Mecklenburg County and are part of SHARE Charlotte’s August #SpotlightonCLT content series.  Our organization could win 5K which would be a great benefit as we continue to serve men exclusively during their transformation process!

To nominate Suit Up Charlotte, Go to: http://ow.ly/1R3N50AMNGE and Click to vote in the Banner! PLEASE share with Everyone in your network! Thank you SO very much for your support!

#sharecharlotte  #BlackPhilanthropyMonth #BPM2020CLT #SpotlightOnCLT #Suitupcharlotte

UPCOMING EVENTS

FRANCENE MARIE SHOW INTERVIEW

BEFORE & AFTER