PromGirl.com Donates Prom Dresses to Benefit Orphans and Disadvantaged Youth

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The Orphaned Starfish Foundation receives a donation of prom dresses to use in their work with orphans and disadvantaged youth throughout the developing world.

PromGirl.com, (http://www.promgirl.com) an online retailer of prom and formal dresses has chosen to support the work of the Orphaned Starfish Foundation through a donation of hundreds of new prom dresses. The Orphaned Starfish Foundation provides education and vocational skills to orphans and disadvantaged youth in developing countries. The dresses will be used in educational facilities throughout Latin America.

Andrew Stein, Founder and Executive Chairman of The Orphaned Starfish Foundation noted: "The foundation is excited to facilitate a donation of dresses from PromGirl to some of the orphanages we work with. We are grateful for the opportunity to help and bring lots of smiles to deserving girls in some of the poorest communities in Latin America."

The prom dresses donated by PromGirl to The Orphaned Starfish Foundation are new merchandise from its huge selection of prom and formal dresses. Commenting on the donation, David Wilkenfeld, President of PromGirl.com stated that "many of our customers wear their first prom dress at a high school sponsored event, and we want girls in less advantaged countries to have an opportunity to enjoy a similar once-in-a-lifetime experience."

About PromGirl.com:

PromGirl, LLC. (http://www.promgirl.com) is a formal wear retailer catering to the large teen market. PromGirl features fashions specifically for teens' special occasions like Prom, Homecoming, Graduation, Sweet 16 and Quinceañera. Shoppers at PromGirl LLC. find the latest fashions delivered directly from the industry's leading manufacturers including Jovani, La Femme, Sherri Hill, Faviana, Mori Lee and Flirt by Maggie Sottero. Established in 1998 by David Wilkenfeld, PromGirl.com has become a leading online formal wear retailer based in Middletown, Delaware.

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