– A Black Lady Sketch Show donated wardrobe items to Grace Resources
– Grace Resources is an organization that helps homeless and disadvantaged women
– Series creator and star Robin Thede partnered with the nonprofit Ghetto Film School to make this happen
A Black Lady Sketch Show, a popular comedy series, has generously donated wardrobe items from its second season to Grace Resources, a nonprofit organization that assists homeless and underprivileged women. This comes as a result of a collaboration between the show’s creator and star Robin Thede and the nonprofit Ghetto Film School.
In an Instagram post by the official account of A Black Lady Sketch Show, it was announced that the stylish wardrobe items would be donated to women in need. The post read, “We’re so grateful that the beautiful and powerful wardrobe form our Season 2 finale will be going to Grace Resources. They help dress women for job interviews, everyday wear & more!”
The Ghetto Film School, a nonprofit established in 2000, aims to educate, train and develop young talents in filmmaking. The organization has partnered with Robin Thede to donate the wardrobe items to Grace Resources. Thede herself is an advocate of the nonprofit, as she mentors and works with their students in various capacities.
This generous gesture of donating stylish clothing items to women in need emphasizes the team behind A Black Lady Sketch Show’s commitment to giving back and supporting disadvantaged communities. While fans of the show may miss seeing these outfits on screen, they will no doubt be happy to know they are being put to good use in helping women gain confidence and style as they navigate the world.