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March 24th, 2010
PRINCESS PROJECT

Princess Project Logo cleaned up

I’m used to being called a princess, but i never knew i could use my powers for good. No matter where you live you can send your dry-cleaned dresses to The Princess Project and provide prom dresses to disadvantaged teens in California.

Princess Project Volunteers w boas

San Francisco:

Last year they served over 1,800 high school girls. Girls from over 145 zip codes received prom dresses and accessories.

Since 2002, The Princess Project has promoted self-esteem and individual beauty by helping send high school girls to prom in style.

San Francisco Givaway:
* Saturday, March 27. 8am – 5pm

All boutiques & giveaways will be held at
901 Market Street
San Francisco, CA 94103


Volunteer

Volunteer your time, talent, and taffeta.
Please email volunteer@princessproject.org with any questions.

San Diego:

If you’d like to volunteer to help in San Diego, review the instructions and sign up here: http://www.mysignup.com/princessprojectsd2010.
Please direct media inquiries to: angela@princessproject.org

Please send financial donations or inquiries to:
The Princess Project San Diego
PO Box 600761
San Diego, CA 92160-0761

Volunteers with questions contact us at volunteerppsv@princessproject.org

Princess Project  happy shopping girl

Princess Project gown cu

If you have gowns to donate, contact: giveadress@princessproject.org

Send your dry-cleaned dresses to:
The Princess Project
c/o Team Worldwide
405 Eccles Ave
South San Francisco, CA 94080
by March 31.

Buy a T-Shirt:
http://www.zazzle.com/princessproject

Make a Financial Contribution: JustGive.org

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