With the intent of helping job-seekers dress for success, a national menswear chain is again stepping up to make a difference. This is the eighth year that Men's Wearhouse has sponsored a program where customers buying new suits can donate their old suits rather than just allow them to collect dust. The items are then passed on to the Good News Rescue Mission, who distributes them to their guests. Looking fresh, dapper, and respectable, the newly-suited men have a far greater chance at getting a job and turning their lives around. Of course, customers don't have to buy anything in order to drop off their gently used suits, dress shirts, sport coats, slacks, ties, belts, and shoes at Men's Wearhouse. Besides serving as a drop-off location at more than a thousand stores nationwide, the company is also donating a new dress shirt to go with every donated suit. The annual national suit drive runs through July 31st. The Redding location of Men's Wearhouse is in the Discovery Village Shopping Center on Dana Drive.