Project Prom 2020
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Community Partners: Maryhurst in Louisville
Third Annual Coats for Kids Drive!
Jeffersonville, October 14th: Nu-Yale Cleaners recently announced its third annual Coats for Kids drive. The goal of the drive is to collect and distribute approximately 5,000 winter items to those in need at the local Kentuckiana Boys and Girls Club, Wayside Christian Mission, and Uspiritus
In coordination with local media, community, and charitable partners, donations for winter coats, hats, and gloves will be accepted at any Nu-Yale Cleaners location until December 15th. Nu-Yale Cleaners will clean, store, and distribute all items for free to those in need for this winter season.
To find your local Nu Yale Cleaners store, visit the locations page of their website CLICK HERE!
Special thanks to the following partners for their support.
Charity partners: Kentuckiana Boys and Girls Club, Wayside Christian Mission, and Uspiritus.
Community Partners: Rotary Clubs of Jeffersontown, Buechel-Fern Creek, St. Matthews, New Albany, Jeffersonville, East Louisville Sunrise, Clarksville, Louisville South.
Media Partners: WHAS11 & Clear Channel Radio.
Junior League of Louisville’s Bloom Boutique project was featured on WHAS11. Bloom Boutique is a self-confidence and esteem building prom boutique for high school girls. The program outfits deserving, under-privileged young women for their prom. For more information on the program, go to the Bloom Boutique page.
“In 2011, we collected, cleaned, and stored free of charge prom dresses for the Women’s Junior League of Louisville Bloom Boutique and the Clark Co. 4-H prom aide events providing over 200 individuals in need with a wide selection of dresses for prom this year. Nu Yale was pleased to be awarded the Community Partner of the Year award from the Junior League of Louisville in 2010!”
– Gary Maloney, President/Owner
2013 Clark County Junior Leaders
The six-annual Prom Aid event will be from 1 to 4 p.m. Feb. 26 and 27 at the Community Building, Clark County 4-H Center, 9608 Ind. 62, Charlestown, and Nu-Yale locations will be accepting dress and suit donations during normal business hours until Feb. 24.
All financially challenged area high school juniors and seniors are invited to participate and pick out an outfit for free. This will be the largest single community service project for the Clark County 4-H Junior Leaders.
An estimated $9,500 worth of dresses and suits changed hands last February. There are at least 200 dresses to choose from.