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The Priceless Gown Project is a charity organization founded in Baltimore, MD in an effort to help young women attend their prom who would not ordinarily be able to finance the experience on their own.  

The Priceless Gown Project services Students in the MD and DC areas.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WE ACCEPT DONATIONS ALL THROUGHOUT THE YEAR!

The Priceless Gown Project receives new and gently used donations of prom gowns,

bridesmaids dresses, shoes, purses and accessories from a variety of individuals and organizations. 

 

DONATION PROTOCOL

We request for the donated items to adhere to the following protocol.

GOWNS/DRESSES

1. Must be dry clean - no stains.

2. Ready to wear with no loose hems or broken zippers.

3. In-season fabric for April to June - no fur, leather, suede or Fall/Winter fabrics.

4. Within the last 5 years of fashion.

 

SHOES, PURSES & ACCESSORIES

1, Clean and/or re-conditioned (all items)

2. No broken clasps, zippers or handles (purses)

3. No missing jewels or broken clasps (jewelry/accessories)

DONATION LOCATIONS

The Priceless Gown Project has partnered with the following locations to accept new and gently used donated prom gowns, cocktail dresses and formal wear. You may call each donation center in advance to inquire about any adjusted time frames.

BALTIMORE, MD

Cockeysville PAL Center

9836 Greenside Drive

Cockeysville, MD 21030 

***Accepting donations Mon thru Fri, 3pm to 7pm.

(410) 887-7708

Crystal's Bridal and Tuxedo

2 N. Broadway

Baltimore, MD  21231

***Accepting donations January to March

Mon thru Fri, 2pm to 6pm.

(410) 342-7433

TAX DONATION RECEIPTS

If you wish to receive a Tax Donation Receipt, please email the following information to pricelessgownproject@gmail.com:

  • Your Name

  • Your Phone Number

  • Donation Date

  • Donation Site

You will receive a link to complete to obtain a receipt. According to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), a taxpayer can deduct the fair market value of clothing, household goods, used furniture, shoes, books, etc.

Thanks so much for your support!