BELFAST — The Cinderella Project of Maine will be holding prom dress giveaways in both Belfast and Gardiner again this year.
The Cinderella Project of Maine’s prom gowns are free to all Maine high school students in need of a dress for prom with one stipulation – that they promise to pay the favor forward in some way by doing something nice for someone else in their community.
The Belfast giveaway will be on Saturday, April 4, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., at Renys Plaza, where there will also be a representative from Belfast City Drawers, who will offer free bra fittings to students and any adult that brings a student. City Drawers will also have a selection of gently used bras available for students who are attending the Cinderella Project of Maine prom dress giveaway in Belfast.
The Gardiner giveaway will be Saturday, March 21, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., at Gardiner Area High School, in Gardiner.
If you or someone would like to donate a dress to the Cinderella Project of Maine, it’s not too late, according to Cinderella Project of Maine, in a news release. Dresses are accepted all the way up until the day of the last giveaway. Dress donations are accepted at any Day’s Jewelers store in the State of Maine. For additional dress drop off locations, visit www.cinderellaprojectofmaine.org/donations.
For more information, contact Amanda Simmons at (207) 338-6809 or visit The Cinderella Project of Maine at www.cinderellaprojectofmaine.org or on Facebook.
The Cinderella Project of Maine is a project of Waldo Community Actions Partners, a private 501(c)(3) nonprofit located in Belfast. Your donations are tax deductible.