Two Young women are on a mission in 2013 to give hope in the form of stylish glamour fit for a princess.
Teen American Dream, Janelle McCain and Miss Georgia Galaxy, Dina Wyatt are using their noteworthy titles to spread goodwill to those in need. The two have created a gown program called The Project Hope Dress Drive and Expo. "Believing that every girl deserves to feel like a princess on her prom night." This dynamic duo shatters the myth of self-absorbed pageant girls in quest of a crown, instead these women are offering the keys to the kingdom by offering support to teenage girls who have a wish to attend prom, but are unable to because they can't afford the extra clothing needed to take part in one of the most memorable moments that a teenage girl will experience.
There are many ways to help if you are a few years past high school. Style mavens can help young women in need in many forms with a short trip to their closet. Remember that formal that you just dazzled the world in over the holidays?, or that glamorous clutch that you never use, are maybe you have a pair of stylish shoes that you only stepped out in a few times, and don't forget that bling that made you shine bright like a diamond during your night out on the town. Items such as these can help a young woman feel as great as you did on your special night. To learn how you can help contact The Project Hope Dress Drive and Expo contact the via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
(above image created by Sophia Minor viaPolyvore Jan.2013)