Prom dresses donated through Glass Slipper Project
April 14, 2012 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- Thanks to the Glass Slipper Project's boutique, 2,500 donated prom dresses have new owners Saturday.
It was set up inside McCorkle High School.
Hundreds of high school girls were invited to browse the racks to find free dresses and accessories.
The Glass Slipper Project has collected new and gently used dresses, shoes, jewelry and purses for more than 23,000 high school girls over the last 13-years.
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