Prom is a special moment for almost every high school student. Unfortunately the cost of attending prom puts pressure on a lot of families in our area. This year we’re highlighting Triangle area collections that are helping to ease that burden. Check out the list below for info on donating used formal wear to students in need, volunteer opportunities and info on receiving a donated dress.
Apex United Methodist Prom Shoppe
Donations Accepted at the Apex United Methodist Church 100 S. Hughes St. in Apex.
The 2020 Apex United Methodist Church Prom Shopp takes place from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m., March 20, and 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., March 21, at the church.
At this incredible event that has made a big difference for hundreds of teen girls over the years, dresses, shoes, jewelry, makeup and accessories are provided FOR FREE to high school girls. It’s intended for girls who can’t afford to buy everything they might need for the prom. However, pre-registration and proof of need are NOT required.
Prom is a big night in a young woman’s life and the dress can be one of the most important parts. But some can’t afford the formal wear to attend. That’s why Brothers Cleaners is a huge supporter of Cinderella’s Closet. They provide dresses to girls that can’t afford one. Please help us donate any gently used formal wear, including shoes, at all of our store locations, including our pickup and delivery routes. We hope you will help us make prom special for many young women in 2020.
Cinderella’s Closet – Great Triangle Region
Christ United Methodist Church
105 Market Street
Chapel Hill, NC 27516
The Hope Chest / Prom Possible
Prom Possible will be hosted on February 29, 2020. If you have a dress that you would like to donate, we will have collection boxes at The Wake Forest Coffee House on White Street and at Triangle Family Dentistry on Rogers Road.
Volunteers Needed: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/409044da8aa2eaaf85-prom