Donations needed for Junior Service League of Beaufort’s Prom Boutique

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The Junior Service League of Beaufort (JSLB) is seeking donations of formal dresses for the 9th annual JSLB Prom Boutique to be held from 1 to 4 p.m. March 7 at the Beaufort-Jasper YMCA of the Lowcountry.

JSLB will accept new or gently used long and short dresses, in all sizes and with accessories, such as earrings, necklaces, bracelets, shawls and handbags. Dresses must be clean and have no visible tears or stains.

The Junior Service League of Beaufort’s Prom Boutique allows Beaufort, Jasper, and Hampton counties’ junior and senior students to shop for and select the perfect dress, jewelry, and accessories for prom for free. Since 2011, JSLB’s Prom Boutique has helped girls in our community experience the magic of finding the perfect prom dress.

In 2019, more than 50 local high school girls were able to have their Cinderella moment and leave with the beautifully colored, shimmery dress of their dreams.

Donation drop-off locations include:

The Beaufort Sound: 206 Sea Island Parkway, Suite 31 on Lady’s Island (Located in Tidewatch)

Sugar Belle: 906 Boundary Street in Beaufort

Sprenger Health Care of Port Royal: 1810 Richmond Ave. in Port Royal

Amazing Rentals: 352 Argent Boulevard in Hardeeville

Hobbit Hill: All Beaufort Locations

Kinghorn Insurance: 910 Carteret Street in Beaufort

Regions Bank 146 Sea Island Parkway on Lady’s Island

Lux – A Medical Spa: 350 Fording Island Road, Suite 101 in Bluffton

Pink Magazine: 37 New Orleans Road, No. M on Hilton Head Island

Savvy Apple: 1724 Ribaut Road in Port Royal

The Junior Service League of Beaufort is a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting and enriching the lives of women, children and families in the Beaufort County community. For more information, please visit www.jslbeaufort.com.

For more information about JSLB’s Prom Boutique, please contact Communication Director Hannah Nichols, at communication.jslb@gmail.com, or visit www.jslbprom.com.

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