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This is what prom dress dreams are made of: The Princess Project, San Francisco holds their annual giveaway days at Embarcadero 4 throughout the month of March.

It’s prom dress mania at Embarcadero 4 as the San Francisco Princess Project holds their annual giveaway days for prom 2016. The California-based charity organization which has chapters in San Francisco, Silicon Valley, Tracy and San Diego, got its start in 2002 when the founders held a dress drive in response to a young woman’s request for a prom dress. Since then, they have served more than 20,000 California teens with the help of more than 2,000 volunteers and continue to grow their numbers each year, providing beautiful dresses to girls who may not otherwise be able to afford them, so they can attend their proms.

The Princess Project

“The prom is a big milestone in a young person’s life, but the financial expectations can be overwhelming,” said the Princess Project’s Co-Presidents, Julia Mathis and Lisa Fettner. “We want all teens to feel beautiful and confident on such a special occasion — without the pressure of figuring out how they can afford the event.” The San Francisco chapter’s new location at Embarcadero 4 is an ideal setting to service central-city, Oakland and the North Bay teens with the dress of their dreams so that all young women, regardless of financial means, can feel beautiful on at their proms.

Giveaway days are being held Wednesday evenings and weekends throughout the month of March 2016, so if you’d like to get a prom dress from The Princess Project, San Francisco please visit their online signup page at: https://booknow.appointment-plus.com/7dqdvh5k/

If you’re interested in donating a prom dress accessories or volunteering with The Princess Project, San Francisco, please visit their website at http://www.princessprojectsf.org/

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