We are introducing our first-ever Suit up Sunday event at our Surmesur Pittsburgh Showroom, not to be confused with Football Sunday. 🙂 

We have decided to collaborate with The Heyward House, a foundation that is dedicated to impacting the lives of today’s youth. Our goal is to provide students with donated suits for their prom and interviews as the first step towards their next adventure.

After all, we all know that a great suit boosts your confidence. This is why we need your help!

The passion that Cam shows on the field doesn’t stop when his uniform comes off. It is actually the other way around – Cameron carries the passion he feels about life onto the field with him.
Cameron Heyward is dedicated to impacting the lives of today’s youth.

Clothes Donations at our Pittsburgh Location

During 1 week in March, we invite you to bring us suits, shirts and coats you no longer wear, need or want to our Pittsburgh Showroom.  

With the help of the Cameron Heyward Foundation, we will use your donations to dress our younger generation of community leaders for the next step in their lives. And as a bonus, give you the opportunity to make more closet space for new custom-made pieces.

To thank you for your good action you will be rewarded with a Surmesur discount card for your next design.

Suit Up Sunday - We will be hosting a suit drive at our Pittsburgh Showroom from March 1st to 5th in order to get as many suits as we can donate.
We will be hosting a suit drive at our Pittsburgh Showroom from March 1st to 5th in order to get as many suits as we can donate.

How To Donate Your Clothes:

Come in and donate next week at our Pittsburgh Showroom! From March 1st to 5th, we invite you to bring us suits, shirts and coats you no longer wear, need or want.

1. Bring your clothing donations to our Pittsburgh showroom (March 1st to 5th, 2022).

2. Receive our discount offer in exchange for your donations.

3. Book your appointment before December 31st, 2022 to redeem our offer.

Your good action will be rewarded with a Surmesur discount card for your next custom-made design.

In collaboration with The Heyward House, all the clothes collected will be given to teenagers in need, and we will offer them free accessories.

The Heyward House – The Cameron Heyward Foundation

We are joining forces with the Heyward House Craig’s Closet initiative to provide high school boys in the Pittsburgh area with free dress clothes for interviews, internships, banquets, and more. Young men can “shop” for clothes that will help them achieve their goals – we don’t want a lack of access to a suit or a dress shirt to stop someone from pursuing their dreams. We will host them at our Pittsburgh location for our first ever, Suit Up Sunday. 

The Heyward House was started in 2015 by Steelers defensive end Cameron Heyward. However, Cam’s story – and the foundation of The Heyward House – begins long before he was drafted to the Steelers.
Cam’s at it again! Sack after sack this season we want to make a difference in kids’ lives with the Boys and Girls Clubs of Western Pennsylvania! 

Learn more about The Heyward House Foundation.

6 Comments

    1. Hi Patty, yes we do. Please bring along any clothing that might be of interest to offer to younger people to give them more confidence in the early stages of their new working life. Thanks for being part of it. Cheers,

  1. For the shirts, are you only looking for white button downs or are patterned button downs also okay? Do you also need things such as Lightly used Polo shirts?

    1. Hey Andrew, We invite you to bring any clothing that might be useful for the new generation, whether plain or patterned. We also invite you to bring your polo shirts so that we can check them out with you! Thank you very much for being part of this great initiative. See you soon.

  2. I have a large assortment of suits and sport coats that are in very good shape that I would like to donate. Do you have a limit on the number you will take from a single person? I easily could bring 35-40 suits. Please let me know and I will make arrangements to get them to you during your collection week. I would not expect to take advantage of your generous discount offer for this donation. I am glad to make them available to the young men with whom you work..

    1. Wow, Gerald, that’s great! No, there is no limit on the number of clothes collected. We invite you to contact the Pittsburgh showroom to make sure the team will be ready to welcome you and help you collect all those clothes! So many garments will go a long way to help us clothe the next generation and give them a lot of sartorial confidence for the next stages of their young adult lives. Thanks for taking part in our first Pittsburgh Suit Drive!

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