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WIN Interviewed on St. Louis Radio About Suit Drive

Tony DiFranco of WIN Warehouse, was recently interviewed on local St. Louis radio about the Men’s Wearhouse Suit Drive. He also tells a great story about a veteran who was able to return to work with the tools and clothing he needed thanks to WIN. What an awesome story. To listen to the interview, click here. Read More

WIN Featured on Fox News 2 For Suit Drive

ST. LOUIS – A little confidence can go a long way. Nothing boosts the ego like some fresh new threads. You can help better someones life just by giving them something to wear. More information: http://www.menswearhouse.com/national-suit-drive Read More

Men’s Wearhouse Suit Drive Interview

WIN Warehouse President Travis Laws was recently interviewed on the 97.1 radio show Today’s Issues with Kristi Carson. The two talked about WIN’s ongoing suit drive partnership with Men’s Wearhouse and the way that WIN is helping local nonprofits fill out their suit inventory to help people in St. Louis to get gently used suits and feel great about themselves. […] Read More

WIN Partners with Men’s Wearhouse for Suit Drive

MEN’S WEARHOUSE LAUNCHES 10TH ANNUAL NATIONAL SUIT DRIVE WIN Warehouse and Men’s Wearhouse Encourage St. Louis Area Residents to Donate Gently Used Professional Attire to Benefit Unemployed Americans in Need WIN Warehouse, a public charity the connects nonprofit organizations with corporate excess inventory, is partnering with Men’s Wearhouse to launch its 10th annual National Suit […] Read More

WIN President, Travis Laws, featured on Crain’s St. Louis

The Mistake: Being too cautious with overhead spending. Nonprofit leaders were often concerned in the past with overhead ratios and what they were spending on program versus administration and fundraising costs. That’s something that, up until a few years ago, was the primary measure of how efficiently an organization was running. I bought into that […] Read More

26 U.S. Code § 170(e)

26 U.S. Code § 170(e) – Charitable, etc., contributions and gifts Published by Cornell University Law School (3) Special rule for certain contributions of inventory and other property (A) Qualified contributions For purposes of this paragraph, a qualified contribution shall mean a charitable contribution of property described in paragraph (1) or (2) of section 1221 […] Read More

IRS Launches Easier Nonprofit Filing Form

Anyone who has ever been involved in filing for nonprofit status with the IRS knows that the process can be exasperating. Indeed, filing often requires the guidance of tax attorneys who specialize in the nonprofit sector. As of July 1, the IRS is trying to streamline that process with a simpler form. According to the […] Read More

The Cost of Business

No one is in business to lose money. Even so, disposal of excess and obsolete inventory is often part of the cost of business. Companies work hard to minimize these losses. A few of these companies have figured out that while there are many strategies for reducing this waste, there is a way to potentially […] Read More

WIN History

Clinton Laws had a passion for helping people. Faith and Family were always at the center of his life, but he also made it a priority to volunteer for causes close to his heart. After an early retirement from Western Union, Clinton enjoyed a successful second career as a fundraiser and not-for-profit executive. Through his […] Read More

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