If all of your old prom dresses are taking up way too much room in your closet, I've got the perfect way for you to donate them, so other local teens can make great memories while wearing them too. It's called Princess Prom Project, according to Tapinto Hamilton/Robbinsville.

Prom season is about to begin, and girls are already out shopping for their dress, shoes, etc. While that's fun for some, it may not be fun for other local girls, who find the cost of the prom to be a financial burden.

Assemblyman Wayne P. DeAngelo (D-Hamilton) to the rescue. He has once again kicked off his “Princess Prom Project” to make sure all local girls have the chance to get the perfect dress and accessories for that very special night.

This program isn't new. It's been happening yearly since 2011 to help ease thar financial burden some local families feel, while trying to make prom a special time for their children.

You can help. DeAngelo said in the article, “Since we launched the Princess Prom Project, we’ve had incredible support from local families who’ve donated new and barely worn dresses. Our dress room is packed with so many different incredible dresses of all sizes and styles, it’s really unbelievable.”

Dresses aren't the only things needed. You can also donate purses, jewelry, and shoes, to help complete their prom look. Please drop off your donations to the District Office of Assemblyman Wayne P. DeAngelo, which is located in the Shoppes at Nottingham Pointe, on Nottingham Way in Hamilton Township.

Girls will get to come shop for their dresses at the same location, 4621A Nottingham Way, from 3pm to 6pm on Wednesday, March 4th, Wednesday, March 18th, Tuesday, March 24th, Wednesday, April 1st, Tuesday April 14th, Monday April 20th, Wednesday, April 29th, and Tuesday, May 12th.

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