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Peace of Cloth stands as an advocate of self-worth, family and community. The proof lies in long standing relationships with fabric mills, employees, customers, and charitable organizations. As a long standing board member of Dress for Success and co-founder of Cure by Design in conjunction with the American Cancer Society, Alex Garfield has propelled Peace of Cloth into the forefront of businesses who give back to the community in style!



Dress for Success is a global not-for-profit organization that promotes the economic independence of disadvantaged women by providing professional attire, a network of support and the career development tools to help women thrive in work and in life 


 "Cure by Design is a premier social event hosted by the American Cancer Society and supported by corporate sponsors throughout central Virginia. The monies raised through Cure by Design support cancer research, as well as free educational support programs and patient services.

Cure By Design, developed and coordinated by New York designer Alex Garfield, brings the fashion, design and retail communities together with the local corporate community. The focus of this special event is a fashion show that spotlights designer fashions and, more importantly, the local cancer survivors who model them. The survivor models demonstrate the daily progress being made in the fight against cancer, and portray a message of hope for a cure."


 We distribute dignity in the form of brand new clothing.  But we are not just randomly handing out clothing to people in need.  Our goal is to distribute clothing in a way that maximizes the impact that clothing has on lives.  So we collaborate with other great social service agencies on projects and programs where the clothing is given to people at the right time – the first day of school, in coordination with medical care, before a for a job interview…"




"Our mission is to improve the lives of individuals and families affected by hereditary breast and ovarian cancer.FORCE accomplishes this mission by creating awareness, supplying information and support to our community, advocating for and supporting research and working with the research and medical communities to help people dealing with hereditary breast and ovarian cancer." 


"Non-profit organization made up of volunteers, parents of children with cancer, and other caring individuals and companies who want to conquer childhood cancer through direct assistance, awareness, and research."

"Our mission is to create an environment that supports and advocates for people of all ages with unique abilities and challenges so they can live as respected, valued members of the community."


"On April 21, 2014, we suddenly lost our two precious children, Reagan Elizabeth Cohen and Jaxson Stephen Cohen. In the wake of the tragedy, we wanted to honor them and find a way to continue to let their lights shine. With this purpose in mind, we started the Reagan and Jax Cohen Memorial Fund. Its mission is to seek out and support the organizations that best improve the lives of children, by making an impact on their health, welfare and/or general well being. All of the generous donations to our fund are used to accomplish this goal."



"Defining beauty and beyond by developing our young girls and women personally and professionally." 

"The mission of the Knoxville Academy of Medicine Foundation is to support community health and health education initiatives that will work to improve the overall health and well-being of Knox County, Tennessee and the surrounding areas."