Mohan “Michael” Ramchandani is the owner of Mohan’s Custom Tailors, a leading custom clothing company based in New York City. Mohan recognized that many unemployed and underemployed men don’t have the budget to purchase their own suit for interviews. Therefore, he donated 17 custom tailored suits and shirts (over $17,000 value) to graduates of The HOPE Program.
The HOPE Program is an organization that empowers and trains New Yorkers who lack education, lost their prior job or have been previously incarcerated, to achieve economic success through employment and career advancement.
Mohan, an Indian immigrant who came to the United States to achieve the “American Dream” felt that students of the program, many of which are living in poverty, deserve a fresh start and a better life to provide for themselves and their families.
Mohan donated much more than a suit and shirts to the 17 graduates, he provided them with confidence to apply their skills learned from the HOPE Program to capitalize and advance their careers and lives.
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