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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2014 Shopping Season!




Thank you to all who came and supported Kenzie's Closet !

We collected over 300 dresses!



Jimmy Choo Benefit at Nordstrom's

A special thanks to longtime supporter and Board Member, Nancy Fehr, who hosted the Jimmy Choo fundraiser at Nordstrom's at the Kenwood Towne Centre.  We received over $5,270!


Thank You For Your Community Service!

Miami Valley Christian Academy Service Day

Seton High School Community Service Day

Kenzie's Closet was Featured in the Cincinnati Enquirer

"Beginning of  Shopping Season"


This was indeed a special day at Kenzie's Closet. We had the privilege of welcoming photographer Leigh Taylor of the Cincinnati Enquirer this afternoon. And ... there were some especially heart-touching moments that every one of us will remember. 

One student who received her complete prom outfit called into the office later in the evening to 'again' say 'thank you'. She just couldn't say it enough.

The young lady pictured in her purple prom dress and tiara (in the photo above) caught her breath the moment she saw herself in the mirror and tearfully exclaimed, "Oh my, I feel so beautiful."

Thanks again to our giving and kind volunteers!


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.