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 South Brunswick High School Viking Closet’s 6th Annual Prom Dress Drive

January 4th thru February 11th 2017. 

Every girl wants to have a perfect prom, one filled with wonderful memories.  She wants to go to prom in the dress of her dreams and feel like a princess for the evening.   The Viking Closet wants to make this dream a reality for all high school girls.   The “Closet” is a student/staff  managed (free store), within South Brunswick high school that collects and distributes donated clothing and accessories.  We accept donations of gently used prom/semi-formal dresses, shoes, jewelry, purses, and other prom related attire and accessories.   Donations can be dropped off  between the hours of 7:30am -6:00pm weekdays, not including holidays.   Our donation bin is located in the main entrance of the high school near the reception desk.

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Last year we collected over 400 dresses thanks to our generous donors! All dresses and accessories are FREE! Over 100 girls were able to receive the dress of their dreams! The Prom Event will take place after school from 2:30 to 5:00 on Tuesday, 2/21, Wednesday, 2/22, and Thursday, 2/23.  During this time students from other schools are welcome to shop however any student from another school must make an appointment through  Students from South Brunswick High School do not need an appointment.  SBHS students only, will also be able to shop during school hours on Friday 2/23, Monday, 2/26, and Tuesday, 2/27.  Students can also enter a free raffle for prom tickets, manicures, up do’s and free tuxedo rentals.   Students will receive goodie bags full of makeup, etc.   The Prom event is open to ANY high school student, grades 9-12, who would like to get a free dress.    

The Viking Closet, as well as the prom event is run completely on donations from businesses and the community.  We also need your help with monetary donations, gift cards to beauty salons and nail salons for our free raffle,  gift certificates from restaurants or food stores (pizza, sub sandwiches, etc) to help feed our volunteers for the setting up and the event days,  and for the goodie bag items for 100 goodie bags. 

Any businesses or community members that would like to contribute to this event can contact Jennifer Webb at or send your checks or gift cards to South Brunswick High School /Viking Closet  750 Ridge Road Monmouth Junction NJ 08852.  Checks can be made out to South Brunswick High School (memo – Viking Closet prom event)

Thanks again to all our returning donors: The SBHS Asian Club, KiKi D’s of Montgomery, Nextage MP3 Realty of Kendall Park, Rasoi Restaurant & Banquet Hall of Monmouth Junction, Our Fairy Godmother, Windsor/Brunswick Driving Academy, Party Fair of Kendall Park, Liberty Nails of North Brunswick, Nonna’s Restaurant of Englishtown, Alfonzo’s Restaurant of Princeton, Mom’s Club of South Brunswick, Potting Shed of South Brunswick, Chartwells, D’Bella’s Salon, Dutchess Florals of North Brunswick, Acupuncture Clinic of NJ in Kendall Park, Master Tax of Kendall Park, The Bling Chateau, Mission Lane, On the Border Cantina in New Brunswick, Touchstone Crystal by Swarovski (Jennifer Dockhorn),SBHS Senior and Junior classes, Dollar Tree of South Brunswick, Stop & Shop of Franklin Park,  and the SBHS class of 1996.  We welcome any additional businesses that would like to contribute for this year’s event.

You the community, our donors, are what make this event special and magical for everyone who attends. You have the opportunity to brighten a young girl's high school prom experience and make it amazing by your donation!  Thank you in advance for you kindness and support.

Please like our facebook page @ “South Brunswick Viking Closet”, to help us spread the word of the Prom Dress drive.

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