Deciding what to wear to Prom can get pretty intense--we understand. Maybe you’re a t-shirt gown kind of girl, maybe you’re more Disney Princess. No judgment here. Whatever your style, we can all agree that everyone should be able to find a dream dress, no matter what their budget. That’s why we’re loving Donate My Dress, a national network that brings together all the local dress drives to help girls in every area of the country find a donation spot where she can get--or give--a formal gown. DMD rules because it pulls together all the information from smaller orgs like the Glass Slipper Project in California (which also has a nice state-by-state directory) and Operation Fairy Dust in New York, as well as dozens of others all over the US.
Full disclosure: I still have my senior prom dress in my closet. I’m so weird, I know. But if I thought any girl would want to wear it today, I’d donate it in a heartbeat. Too bad it’s bright blue with a giant Minnie Mouse bow on the front. Anyway.