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Project Prom seeks dresses to help girls that can’t afford to go to prom.

Written by LaGanzie Kale

March 22, 2018

The Power of 1 or 2 Inc. is collaborating with A-State CARE on Project Prom. We would like to get as many dresses as possible for high school girls that cannot afford to go to their prom. We are also looking for volunteers to do their hair, nails, and makeup.We are now accepting gently used dresses,shoes, jewelry, and cash donations. Let’s make a difference in these young ladies lives by giving them an opportunity to attend their senior prom! If you’re interested in volunteering and helping the girls with their makeup or hair on their big day let us know, and we’d be thrilled to give you some more information. If you have a dress you are willing to donate, let us know as well. As always, we appreciate your thoughtfulness.? #projectprom #powerof1or2 #promdresses #hair #makeup #nails #ASTATECare

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