Saving Generations

"Saving future generations one youth or family at a time".


Prom Attire Donation Program

Posted by Danice H. Wilson on January 18, 2012 at 4:30 PM


                              Saving Generations

                  is currently accepting donations for

                  Prom Attire, Shoes, and Accessories

Prom and graduation season is fast approaching so Saving Generations is reaching out for your assistance. We are asking for all gently used prom gowns, formal suits, tuxedos, shawls, shoes, purses, and accessories (business suits for first job interviews as well) so that we can assist students who may not otherwise have an opportunity to participate in these wonderful milestones. *Many have their tickets (running an average of $100) but cannot financially afford to purchase the gorgeous attire they desire. We need items of all sizes. If you would like to donate items and you are out of the local area, please contact Saving Generations so that we can attempt to assist with shipping. See address below for drop-off /shipping. *If you are in the Cobb County (Metro Atlanta area) and interested in receiving a donation please contact our office by email with your name, telephone, name of school, and size. Someone will contact you with your appointment date and time. Please do not go to location without a confirmed appointment.

Danice H. Wilson-Bates,CMA, MAEd, Founder


Drop-off/shipment site information:

Uncle Bob’s Storage c/o Saving Generations-Danice Wilson 3150 Austell Road  Marietta, GA 30008

* Drop-off must be taken into the building Mon-Sat 9:30 am-4:30 pm (out for lunch 1-2-pm) or Sun 1-3 pm. Otherwise, donations can be shipped to storage or hand delivered to any member of Saving Generations. UBS Agents are only instructed to collect items. Please contact Saving Generations for questions or for your donation invoice. To receive an invoice please submit with your garments: your name, mailing & email address, phone, brief description and estimated value of the donation.

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