Fayette Prom Dress Boutique is March 5

Rachel’s Ray of Hope Prom Dress Boutique is March 5.

Rachel Ray of Hope is hosting the first annual Prom Dress Boutique. On Saturday March 5, qualifying high school girls in Fayette County may “shop” for a  free prom dress at no cost to the family.  To qualify, for the gently used formal wear,  the student must attend Fayette County Schools and be eligible for free or reduced lunch or by referral. Student MUST make an appointment to “shop” on this day. Contact (678) 956-2594

On Sunday, March 6, the door will be open to the public allowing high school girls to shop for a prom dress at a remarkably low price to help make prom affordable for everyone.

For those that want to donate for the event they will be collecting the following:

Formal Dresses – Short and long accepted, all sizes, clean and ready to wear (no stains, holes or tears),

Shoes that are clean, in good condition and can coordinate with an evening gown

Costume Jewelry/Stylish accessories

Small, dressy purses/handbags

Designated donation drop off will be Saturday, February 20, at 165 Bradford Square, Suite C in Fayetteville, Ga.  (This is off Grady Ave. and across from Spring Hill Elementary).  They will also accept donations every Tuesday and Thursday from 11-2 and Wednesday from 5-7.

“Every girl deserves to feel like a princess!”  says Keri Cannella-Moye, “There are no guarantees that everyone will find their dream dress in their size but we are hoping to haves hundreds of dresses to choose from.”

Keri founded Rachel’s Ray of Hope to honor her daughter Rachel who passed away on April 11, 2013, at the young age of 16.  The organization is committed to providing help and assistance to those families in our community who are experiencing troubled times.

In May, 2014 Fayette Woman Magazine featured Keri as our cover story.  You can read Keri’s story “Keri Cannella-Moye, In the Darkest Moment, A Light Shines” on our website.


first annual prom dress boutique

first annual prom dress boutique

Maggie Zerkus

Maggie and her husband Chris are living life like tourists since they sold their home and furnishings. They are currently in the historic district of Savannah, GA where they are enjoying urban living, good food and beautiful architecture. This free lifestyle is allowing plenty of time to travel, paint, take photos and play. Where will they be next? Even they don't know. You can still find her online at Fayette Woman’s Facebook page and Instagram.