• LACASA's Cinderella's Closet Back for Homecoming Season

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    September 09, 2019
    Cassie Glover
    Youth Prevention Educator
    Nicole Matthews-Creech
    Director of Social Change Advocacy
    Press Release
    Sept. 9, 2019
    Cinderella’s Closet Back for Homecoming Season
    High school girls looking for affordable homecoming dresses can shop at LACASA Center’s Cinderella’s Closet, which opens on Thursday, Sept. 19, 2019, and runs for two consecutive weekends.

    This eco-friendly shopping experience offers high school girls a chance to buy party dresses and gowns at vintage prices while helping charity. All dresses are just $25 and proceeds stay local to help abuse victims at LACASA Center.

    Cinderella’s Closet is open on Thursdays and Fridays from 3 to 8 p.m. and on Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Dates for the boutique are Sept. 19, 20 & 21 and Sept. 26, 27 & 28, 2019. This event raises awareness about self-esteem, self-respect and positive dating relationships.

    The boutique is held at Snedicor’s Green Earth Cleaners, 8688 W. Grand River Ave., in Brighton.

    Cinderella’s Closet refreshes its look each season and provides a comfortable atmosphere for girls to shop for dream dresses. Shopping is reserved for students only, and they will be asked to present school IDs at check out.

    Dress scholarships are available, and shoppers may discreetly ask the attendant at the cashier counter for scholarship information.
    Funds raised from the boutique provide help and hope for vulnerable children and adults from Livingston County who are victims of abuse and interpersonal violence. Learn more at lacasacenter.org.

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    ABOUT LACASA: LACASA Center is a locally-based organization dedicated to helping victims of child abuse, domestic violence and sexual assault. The nonprofit provides critical services and educational programs that build awareness about interpersonal violence and help prevent abuse in the community. To learn more, visit lacasacenter.org.
    Cassie Glover, Youth Prevention Educator
    (517) 548-1350
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