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Prom Glitz

Site: Barrie

Record #: BAR2288
Last Modified: 15 Feb 2024
Last Full Update: 02 Nov 2022


Office Phone No public telephone number
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Address & Map
Boutique Days - Kozlov Centre
400 Bayfield St
Barrie, ON
Canada L4M 5A1
Intersection Bayfield St and Cundles Rd
Physical Access Fully Accessible - Kozlov Centre


Description (Service) Organization makes attending Grade 12 Prom and Grade 8 Graduation affordable by providing donated gowns to students needing support
  • Prom Glitz is run by volunteers to assist students find their perfect gown
  • Boutique Days are held in April and May for students to choose their gowns, check website or social media for dates
  • donated dressed need to be:
    • long formal gowns
    • new or nearly new in excellent condition
    • bought in the last 5 years
    • cleaned and free of damage
Volunteer Description Organization is run by volunteers * require volunteers for events to set up, take down and help students find dresses

Service Details

Legal Status (50) Non Profit
Hours Hours
  • Donation Drop-offs: Check website and social media for locations, dates and hours
  • Boutique Days: Check website and social media for dates and hours
  • Prom Dress Boutique Days: Apr
  • Grade 8 Graduation Dress Boutique Days: May
Areas Served Simcoe County ; Simcoe County - Events are in Barrie, but are open to all students, both inside Simcoe and beyond
Eligibility Boutique Days: Grade 12 students only
Fundraising Dress Sale Day: open to the public
  • For Gowns: Drop-in on Boutique Days
  • For Donations: check website or Facebook page for donation drop-off locations
Languages English
Fees Donation - Graduation dresses are free
Cash donations are appreciated

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