This a picture of a girl getting her beautiful new prom dress.  That's all well and good, but what about the kids who are financially unable to afford one?  That's why the  Cinderella Project was created.   Details to follow

 

You have to feel sorry for teenage girls  who can't afford the expensive gowns  that they need to go to a prom.  It really lowers their self esteem, and it's not their fault. That's where the Cinderella Project comes in.  Here's info from their website.

"The Cinderella Project of the Capital Region – continuing its effort to supply financially challenged area teens with donated gowns and accessories for their high-school proms, totally free of charge to them – will stage its first dress-collection drive of the season this Sunday, Sept. 16, from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the inside entrance to Boscov’s in Clifton Park Center.

For more information, you can go to the following website. It really is a great cause, and you know we're all about causes around here at 'GNA.  Please help if you can.