Every Girls Dream, Inc.
At Every Girls Dream "EGD", our mission is to provide a beautiful wedding gown to brides undergoing financial hardship in the Southeast Michigan area. We have a variety of gorgeous gowns in every size and style. Through the generous donations of community partners we're working to make every girls dream come true. Our goal is to provide a free wedding gown that matches each brides personal style. All donations are tax deductible under section
501 (c)(3) of the Internal Revenue code
Dee Macy said...................................We remodeled our construction business and would love to donate office furniture. We have new like office chairs, pictures, gold office supplies, table and much more. I hope that this will help! Dee Macy manages CAM Construction Association Of Michigan in Clinton Township. Thank You Jan
Prince, Dee Macy, Judy Singer, Jonie Hill for the gorgeous office furniture as well as dress donations.
Charlene wrote..........What a great idea! I have a size 4 wedding gown from David's Bridal. 2-piece, strapless, beaded bodice with a long flowing train. Simple but elegant! I'm delighted to think that some other young woman who couldn't afford a special dress otherwise may benefit from that persons generosity.
Lauren wrote............I have a beautiful wedding gown you're welcome to have. I looked at your website and I think you have such a good idea to help women make their wedding day special. Also, I noticed there is a tax write off for this, what do I do for that?
Tina wrote............Your organization sounds wonderful! I have another wedding dress and two lace covered prom or bridesmaid dresses. I would love for the dresses to get good use. God Bless!
Carol said..............................I have 48 formal wear, 2 wedding gowns that I would love to donate to you. They come from a business that we no longer have. I hope that you can use them.
Cylenthia said..........................................I have some beautiful formal wear about 8 dresses. Would you be interested in them?
Laura wrote..............I have a beautiful ivory size 4 petite wedding gown worn in 1984 (cleaned and well preserved) along with the hat with veil, lace gloves and garter.
Tina wrote.................I have a velvet blue bridesmaids dress that I wore in my brothers wedding last summer, Size 22
Stacey wrote...................I have a dress, shoes and a shrug. The dress is size 12
Kristen wrote..............I would like to donate a wedding gown and a bridesmaid dress. Please let me know how to go about this. Thanks!
Darlene Richards at her wedding dress warehouse in Troy. Richards has started the non-profit "Every Girls Dream" to provide wedding dresses to low income brides. You can read more on this story on the link below. The Oakland Press/TIM THOMPSON
Darlene Richards, Director of Every Girls Dream, holds a gown that's available for free to a qualified bride.
Non-profit matches gowns with brides to be in need. Please read the story at the link below.
The Advisor Source by DEBRA KASZUBSKI
Thanks to Fox 2 news Oct. 6, 2010 for believing in us and having us on their morning show and to our beautiful model Shakyla.
Thanks to channel 4 news for coming out to our Troy office Sept. 31, 2010.
Thanks for believing in our mission to help every girls dream come true.
Thanks to our beautiful models; Shamiah, Brandon, and Shakyla.
Thank you to all that came out to our Grand Opening of our newly renovated building.
With happy hearts we welcome our qualifying brides to be to get your applications in to
receive a FREE wedding gown for your special day. We also have a full evening wear line
for all your special occasion needs!
Mrs. Brown wrote:
Dear Every Girls Dream, Inc.
Thank you for the wonderful work you are doing with your non-profit organization. I hope that many young ladies are able to benefit from all of your efforts. Every bride is special and it's exciting that you are helping her fulfill her DREAM wedding. May God richly bless you and your families, and bless those who bless you.
Besides offering a wonderful service that is needed, you are encouraging young people to do things "the right way" by getting married. Although traditional marriage is becoming increasingly rare, a good solid marriage is the cornerstone of a solid family unit. Which leads to children who are secure, neighborhoods and communities that thrive, and a nation that prospers. So to your volunteers, we say "keep up the great work!" because you're making a huge impact with your work, both today and tomorrow.
When young brides and grooms have a formal wedding ceremony, and an enjoyable celebration with their families, they create many happy memories. Even when times get tough, the photos will always remind the husband and wife of that wonderful day, and how much they treasure each other. A formal wedding helps to cement the commitment they made to each other, to God, and to their families.
My hope and prayer is that a lovely young lady will get to wear this donated wedding gown for her special day, and have a beautiful wedding with many happy memories - and of course, the marriage of a lifetime!