TruWest Supports Fresh Start Women’s Foundation with Professional Clothing Drive
Donations Collected at all Valley TruWest Locations March 17 – April 11

Tempe, Ariz.—March 17, 2014—TruWest Credit Union has partnered with Fresh Start Women’s Foundation to collect professional women’s clothing at all Arizona branches March 17 through April 11. Fresh Start is a non-profit organization based in Phoenix that is dedicated to supporting women who want to thrive through economic self-sufficiency, personal development and education.

The Fresh Start wish list includes the following items that are new or gently used:

  • Pants-dark colors, all sizes, flat fronted
  • Tops/blouses- solid colors,-S-M-XXL
  • Shells/camisoles- solid colors, all sizes
  • Petite sizes (especially pants)
  • Bras, bra extenders and bra bands 28/32 or 40+ (all cup sizes)
  • Shoe pads
  • Purses/bags professional
  • Shoes-neutral colors, all sizes, mid-low heels
  • Scarves
  • Hair conditioners, shampoos and various hair care products (new)
  • Travel-size hygiene products
  • Baby wipes
  • Eye drops/contact drops
  • Whitening toothpaste

Help TruWest Credit Union continue to make a TruDifference in the community by donating today!

About TruWest Credit Union
TruWest Credit Union is headquartered in Tempe, Ariz., and operates as a cooperative to provide its membership with a lifetime of quality financial services and a culture of caring for its members, employees and communities. TruWest is a strong and sound financial institution with more than 60,000 members and assets totaling more than $791 million. TruWest Credit Union has 13 branches–nine in the metro Phoenix area and four in Austin, Texas. For more information, visit

About Fresh Start Women’s Foundation
Fresh Start focuses on three core values: economic self-sufficiency, personal development and education. The Jewell McFarland Lewis Fresh Start Women’s Resource Center offers counseling, mentoring, education, career services, legal services, child watch, an eLearning center and personal development services that include wardrobing sessions, makeovers and empowerment classes.

Jill Collins, TruWest Credit Union,