Big Donation of Prom Gowns From Macy’s Temecula

This summer, we had the opportunity to partner with Rose Again Foundation to come together with Macy’s Temecula to accept a huge donation. Over 450 prom gowns were donated to The Dresses and Dreams Project to help girls with hardships and challenging circumstances to attend their formal events. The Rose Again Foundation, who helps newly-placed foster youth, accepted a donation of new little girl’s dresses and little boy’s suits and formal wear. Both the The Dresses and Dreams Project and Rose Again Foundation are all-volunteer run 501c3 nonprofits, and were absolutely blessed and thrilled to partner with Macy’s Department Store to accept these generous donations for two very good causes.

Loading up 450 gowns. Thank you to Ruff and Ready Movers for the truck and the volunteer service!
She’s a beauty!
Donations for Rose Again Foundation. Eventually the entire van was full!
Macy’s support with one of our crew members
Dawn Schultz, founder of The Dresses and Dreams Project (L), with Maria from Rose Again Foundation (R)
We are 100% volunteer- staffed
Smiles from a volunteer from Rose Again Foundation
Organizing storages to fit all the beautiful gowns. God will bless us with a location soon!

Published by The Dresses and Dreams Project

The Dresses and Dreams Project is 501 (c)3 non-profit organization to inspire vulnerable teen girls and women to love and value themselves. We provide resources, referrals and empowerment through workshops, classes, mentoring and community collaboration to girls and women year- round at a mind, body, and spirit level, with a special emphasis on self-love, healthy relationships, and integrity. We hold an annual event called Operation Prom Girl where we have provided over 1200 prom dresses to high school girls and assisted with military balls and events for special learners. We also donate dresses to all women who have a need. Our mission is to empower women through the magic of a beautiful dress, and inspire them to live to their full potential and purpose.

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