There’s not much you can do with your quinceañera dress after you wear it besides storing it away or tossing it. Not sure what to do with that extravagant quince dress you’ll most likely never wear again? Why not donate it to help a less fortunate young lady have the prom of her dreams! Here are a few of the places you can donate your XV gown in order to help a girl in need have an unforgettable prom experience,
The Princess Project is a non-profit organization which is dedicated to providing fashionable prom dresses and accessories for teen girls who can’t afford them otherwise. Since 2002, they’ve provided more than 20,000 young women from Northern California with fabulous prom dresses and everything else they need to complete their look. Visit their website www.princessproject.org to learn where and when to drop off your dress, or email [email protected].
This organization was founded by the family and friends of a teenage girl from Florida by the name of Rebecca Kirtman who passed away in a tragic car accident in August of 2003. During her freshman year in high school, Becca started a dress drive for girls who weren’t able to afford the prom dress of their dreams. These days, Becca’s legacy lives on through the charity called Becca’s Closet. The organization now has chapters in multiple states in order to assist girls in looking their best to feel their best come prom time. www.beccascloset.org
The Cinderella Project – The Cinderella Project is a non-profit organization which provides beautiful dresses and accessories to high school girls who are attending prom or graduation. To find out how you can donate your dress to the Cinderella Project chapter that serves the local Los Angeles area, visit their website at www.cinderellaproject.ca or send an email to [email protected].