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2014 Shopping Season For Students Begins February 4th
have been working hard in the off season! Lauren, Retail Manager, has found
beautiful dresses and accessories to add to our boutique. Angie, Office
Manager, has been reaching out to as many high schools to familiarize
counselors, teachers and principals with our referral process and to help
things run seamlessly on Shopping Days is Kathy, Executive Director. This year
we have 15 shopping days, posted on our website and 1 special needs day.
If you know any Junior or Senior in high school in the
tri-state area that needs our services please contact us or call
the office at 513-533-7766. We want every young lady who has a financial need
to have a chance to wear their “dress of their dreams” on prom night.
Kenzie’s Closet Girl’s Night Out
Thursday, February 6th we will hold our largest fundraiser of the year at Hyde
Park Country Club. The proceeds support our operating costs as well as dress
and accessory purchases. Tickets can be purchased at the door or online. If you would like to purchase a $25 raffle
ticket for one of our ten designer purchases (you need not to be present to
win) you can click here.
Kathy’s interview in the December 22nd issue of Cincy Chic . We are spreading the word that “it’s more than a dress. We are providing
confidence and forever memories!”
Business Bridal and Formal and Hometown
Tan and Formals Donate Dresses
at Kenzie’s Closet
UGive.org Volunteer Days
Since November, we accomplished so much with our volunteers
from local high schools and universities. They assisted us in our boutique and
with our mailings thru UGive.org. A BIG thanks to the following high schools;
Lakota West , Loveland, Milford, Mother of Mercy, Mt. Notre Dame, Seton, St.
Ursula Academy and Ursuline Academy plus Northern Kentucky University and University of
Volunteers Needed for Shopping Days
dress 40 girls in 2 hours! This includes not only selecting a dress but shoes,
accessories and a purse as well! Any adult can volunteer to be a personal shopper to help assist the
student in finding their special outfit.
Volunteer seamstresses are
an important part of the day. We provide minor alterations. The majority of our minor alterations are
completed the same days as the student’s shopping day for ease of
transportation and availability. There is opportunity to take prom dresses home
on a continual basis that need repair of snaps, buttons, hooks and zippers.
Click Here to volunteer as a personal
shopper or seamstress on shopping days.
Students age 14 years and older can volunteer on shopping days
thru www.UGive.org. You must register with UGive first to volunteer
on our page. Students organize, straighten, and work behind jewelry and shoe
counters. These days are filling fast so don’t delay!
Thank You to the participating High
Schools who held dress drives!
Highlands High School
St. Ursula Academy
For Supporting Kenzie’s CLOSET
We have received the following grants:
James and Joan Gardner
Robert A. and Marian K. Kennedy Charitable Trust
Robert and Adele Shiff Foundation
Ruth J. and Robert A. Conway Foundation
The Homan Foundation
The John and Shirley Davies Foundation
The Oliver Foundation
2014 Girl’s Night Out
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