SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- More than two dozen homeless and low-income veterans got a makeover Tuesday.
St. Anthony's in San Francisco held its fourth annual Suits For Service event.
On Tuesday, 30 veterans got new clothes, haircuts and personal image consultations.
"I got two shirts, two ties, sports coat, pants, socks, belt, pretty much anything I need to go on an interview," said Matt Teraywick, a homeless veteran.
All the services and suits were donated.
Dozens of needy vets get makeover at San Francisco church