(Video) @HaydenPanettier joins forces w/ @DoSomething for #PromForAll

launches its first Prom for All campaign which seeks to mobilize teens to
collect prom dresses for students who might not be able to afford them on their
own. Students can organize dress drives at their schools and drop them off at a
local collection site. The dresses are then passed on to girls within that
community who are in need of a dress.


Why it matters


The average family with a high school student attending prom spends
approximately $807


1 in 4 American families can’t afford to send their student to prom

Participating is a LOT of
fun, plus you get to help people, get community service hours and be eligible
for cool prizes like scholarships and limo rides!


How it works


Register your drive at


You’ll find all the information on getting involved and running the best
dress drive possible


You can start collecting now and donations will be accepted from April 22nd
through June 22nd.


Take your donations to your local collection site (which you can find
through our Drop Off Location database)


You can drop your donations off as often as necessary until June 22nd.


You can also drop off dresses by yourself, and don’t have to run a drive
to get involved.



Drive participants receive prizes including: 

    Everyone who participates in the campaign and refers 5
    friends will be eligible for one $2000 scholarship. The winner will be
    randomly selected.

    8 outstanding drives will win a night on the town in a
    limo! Winners will be announced every other week during the campaign. 



  • Campaign launches April 22nd

  • Campaign runs April 22nd through June 22nd

  • Results announced early July


 Learn more at


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