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Become a Cinderella’s Closet Sponsor or Raffle Donor

Dear Supporter,

We invite you or your business to participate as an event sponsor or to become a raffle prize donor for our Homecoming 2012 Cinderella’s Closet boutique event.  (Sign Up Now >>)

Cinderella’s Closet provides teen girls with affordable dresses and accessories for annual homecoming dances and proms held at high schools throughout Livingston County. 

Our program is designed to increase awareness among high school girls about the dangers of using alcohol and drugs—especially at special events when clouded judgment can lead to unsafe situations including dating violence and sexual assault.

Girls who shop the boutique are invited to sign either the “Homecoming Promise” or the “Prom Promise” and pledge their commitment to staying drug and alcohol free on party nights. Young women who sign the Promise Poster are entered in a special prize raffle. Drawings are held at the conclusion of each seasonal event.

LACASA hosts these six-day, twice-yearly events in partnership with Snedicor’s Cleaners of Brighton and Howell. The coordination, planning and costs involved in organizing these events are covered in part by donations from generous people like you.

Your support will help high school girls find affordable party attire while learning about the importance of keeping safe, alert and aware at school party events.

Thank you for helping high school girls throughout Livingston County!


Hollie HeikkinenCommittee Chair

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