Operation Glass Slipper Princess Event 2014
What: If you are a high school junior or senior girl, and cannot afford a dress for Prom, the Princess Event will dress you up for the big night for FREE.
Where and When: Southdale Center, third level by Macy's. Saturday, March 15th and Sunday, March 16th.
How: To attend the Princess Event, girls MUST be referred by a trusted adult in their community. Referrals are easy – simply ask your teacher, guidance counselor, clergy person or community leader to fill out Operation Glass Slipper's referral forms. To receive a form, simply email firstname.lastname@example.org
Information packets and referral forms for the 2014 Princess Event were also mailed to high school offices, so if your teacher or other trusted adult needs a form, check with your school's office. Please note that the packet and forms are not available for download from OGS's website.
Rules and Regulations:
You must present a signed 2014 referral form and a current, valid Minnesota high school ID to be admitted into the event
No cell phones allowed (no texting, calls, or photos) – remember, the girls are trying on clothes!
No infants, children or men will be allowed in the event
You may bring 1 female guest (guest must be at least 18 years old)
Each girl will receive 1 dress, 2 pieces of jewelry, 1 pair of shoes, & 1 purse
You may not get a dress or any other items for someone else
Please remove all make-up prior to trying on dresses
You will be paired with a Fairy Godmother to go through the event
Please allow 90 minutes to go through the event
How To Donate/Volunteer:
Have your taxes done by H&R Block, and they'll donate $25 to Operation Glass Slipper.
Donations of dresses are always welcome – but don't forget shoes, jewelry, purses, even undergarments. OGS also needs dry cleaners bags, for the girls to take their dresses home in.
And if you'd like to volunteer at the Princess Event, simply go to http://www.OperationGlassSlipper.org and click on "How You Can Help."