Kenzie’s Closet provides prom attire for young ladies attending accredited high schools in the Tri-State area.  Services are provided at no cost to Juniors and Seniors with financial need.


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How to Refer a Deserving Junior or Senior Student

How to Organize a Dress Drive


Upcoming Events

  • Girl's Night Out scheduled for Febraury 12, 2015
  • St Ursula Community Service Project

Watch our 2014 Shopping Season


 

 


THANK YOU TO ALL YOU BROUGHT "THE BLING" !!

We collected over 3800 pieces of Jewelry!

 


 

The Cast of 'Cinderella' Volunteers at Kenzie's Closet!


ATTENTION ADMINISTRATORS

We are Now Accepting Referral Forms for the 2015 Prom Season


SIGNUP TO VOLUNTEER AT KENZIE'S CLOSET

Adult Volunteers click here

High School Volunteers click here to signup thry UGive


Sponsors for 2015 Girl's Night Out

Cintas, Evelo, Singer, Sullivan Group, KMK Law, Joseph Auto Group, Paula Comisar, The Homan Foundation, Anne and Gordon Rich, BLOWN, Blow Dry Studio, J.B. Buse/Loth, Inc., Pear Tree Interiors, RCF Group, Ultimate Air Shuttle, A Savannah Nite Limousine, Barnes, Dennig & Company, Inc., Cincy Snaps,Pamela and Robert Gray Edmiston,Grandin Properties,R.G. McGraw Insurance, Inc, Rick and Cindy Roeding, SoHo Boutique,Elegant Fare, Great Traditions Land and Development Co.,Hoeb Family Fund of the Greater Cincinnati Foundation, John F. Barrett Foundation,Tina Walter, Cincinnati Plastic Facial Surgery

Special Thanks To

All Occasions Rental, Appearance Plus Cleaners, Marc McFadden Music DJ, The House of Smith, Thrifty Print

 


 

Thank you to all our Donors During Our  2014 Annual Appeal!

With your support we are able to "provide dresses, confidence and forever memories!"

Read our recent student testimonials to Kenzie's Closet!


Watch this great slide show of a shopping day at Kenzie's Closet!

Provided by Craig Weiglein and Mansion Hill Studio





 


 

The idea for Kenzie's Closet was planted when Brynne Coletti discovered that one of her daughter's classmates at St. Ursula Academy would not be attending her prom because of the expense. Brynne anonymously provided resources to help that student, and the seed was planted for developing a program that would help many more girls. Brynne was honored in 2009 as one of the Cincinnati Enquirer's distinguished Women of the Year for giving back to the community and helping over 2,500 young women make their dreams a reality.