This post comes from my friend and co-worker.
In one of the most under-served areas of the Denver metro area, she is on a mission to make a difference in young people’s lives. To show them there is a better life for them, there is someone who truly cares what kind of adult them grow up to be. They are not just a statistic, their story matters.
One of her many projects is The Prom Dress Project at Aurora Central High School. This event brings stylist, low cost (very low cost) prom dresses to those who can’t afford a fancy dress. All to make girls feel like a Princess for one night.
Last night was round one of The Prom Dress Project. Round two is tentatively scheduled for April 1st. She is truly a Small Seed!
Today was Day ONE of The Prom Dress Project 2015. The amazing women of Friends of Aurora Central High School Alumni Association showed up. In grand fashion. With a humble heart, I’m happy to say that we helped prom become a reality for seventeen young women. I didn’t know what to expect, and honestly, I am the type of person that is really outcome oriented. I see black and white, so very little gray… just ask my husband. This is what I know. Seventeen young women had the opportunity to experience what it is to have someone come alongside you and show kindness, to know that we’re all a part of the same tribe.
The women in my cohort, oh my dear gracious, there just isn’t enough that I can say about a group of women that just “get it.” From those who donated their time, to those who…
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