Stressing over the need for a quince dress? Can’t decide what to do with your quince gown? Look no further! If you are need of a quince dress or in desperate need of getting rid of yours, these sites and organizations make your quince gown troubles a think of the past.
DonateMyDress.org is a national organization that encourages girls to donate their quince and special occassion gowns. DonateMyDress.org is the first national organization to focus on this issue and counts with numerous drop/pick up locations here in the southern California area.
2.) The Princess Project
Since 2002, The Princess Project has donated over 9,000 dresses to girls in need of them. Prom dresses as well as accessories and quinceañera dresses can be donated to this non-profit organization for a kind tax deduction.
3.) CASA of Los Angeles Glamour Gowns
CASA of Los Angeles houses volunteers who help foster children in and outside of the court room. Based out of Los Angeles, CASA of Los Angeles hosts the annual “Glamour Gowns” each spring which is an event that gives away gowns to numerous high school girls who are currently in foster care.
4.) The Glass Slipper Project
The Glass Slippers Project originated in Chicago with the purpose of gathering donated gowns and giving them to girls in need of them. To this date, The Glass Slippers Project is still based out of Chicago but considering that numerous people throughout the United States, including Los Angeles, have demonstrated an interest in beginning a Glass Slippers Project in their area, the program may soon expand nationwide. Visit the site occasionally for updated news on a Glass Slippers Project near you or make a difference in your community and start one on your own!