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                                     My Sister's Closet

Do you recall your high school prom? For some young woman in Azusa the high school recollections of a prom are a far fetched notion. Our recent economic downturn has left many families struggling to keep up with existing expenditures and the thought of spending valuable resources on a gown are simply not within their budget. 

This is where you can make a difference. This is your chance to help make the high school prom become a reality for a teen in Azusa.

Look through your closets for those special occasion dresses to donate to My Sister's Closet. This will bring newfound memories to students who may not be able to afford the cost of a special occasion dress for the prom.

My Sister’s Closet is a program from the Family Resource Center at Azusa Unified School District. They are particularly in need of accessories such as purses, wraps, shoes, gloves and dresses in new or gently used condition. Dresses in all fabrics, sizes, and colors will be accepted and much appreciated.

If you do not have an accessory or gown to donate, you can still make a memorable difference by making a charitable donation to:

Azusa Unified School District
(check made out to)
Family Resource Center
546 S. Citrus Avenue
Azusa, CA 91702

Please write “My Sister's Closet” in the memo line

Take a look around your closet to see how you can help make the dreams of an amazing prom come true for a young lady in Azusa.

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