With the tagline “Because every girl deserves to feel like a princess,” the boutique aims to help find students in difficult circumstances a prom dress at no cost. Thanks to generous support from J. Andrew’s Bridal and Formal, who donated dozens of dresses, from 8 a.m. to noon students who receive free or reduced-cost lunches or who have been referred by school personnel will be able to select new or gently-used formal wear for free with an appointment.
To help support the costs of the event, from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. the boutique is open to the public with dresses available for purchase at remarkably low prices. All proceeds benefit the Rachel’s Ray of Hope Clothing Closet.
Donations of gently-used prom dresses and shoes are also still being sought as well. All donations are tax-deductible.
Sara Harp Minter Elementary School has agreed to be the venue this year, offering up more space to shop and do fittings.
For more information, call 678-956-2594 or visit www.RachelsRayOfHope.org.