‘Promise Project’ Providing Prom Dresses for Girls Across the Eastern Shore
It’s only the middle of January, but many young ladies and men are already thinking about prom.
For the ladies, they may be sifting through magazines, checking out boutiques online, or searching store racks with hopes of finding the perfect dress. However, not all high school seniors can afford a prom dress, but that doesn’t mean they have to miss out. Volunteer with the group Promise is Susan Ward and she joins us on the Mid South Audio Stage.
The Promise Project is a nonprofit organization that provides dresses for girls across the Eastern Shore. Through generous donations they are able to provide dresses and other beauty services for girls who need assistance. Students should see their guidance counselor for details on eligibility and to receive a voucher for the event.
If you’d like to donate a dress, handbag, accessories, or makeup, email Betsy Robinson, firstname.lastname@example.org. We also show off some of the prom dresses with a fashion show on the Mid South Audio Stage.
The group will be handing out dresses on Feb. 10 from 10 am – 3 pm at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Church in Salisbury, Md.