Community Involvement


Year after year at The Princess Project, we witness first-hand how just one person influences hundreds of lives. Volunteers are integral to our success. Through the selfless support of more than 600 individuals over the past 10 years, The Princess Project has made prom a reality for more than 20,000 teens who could not otherwise afford to attend.

The Princess Project offers volunteers of all ages and locations several different opportunities to participate. We hope we have a chance to work with you on one of the following events soon!

Participate in a Dress Giveaway: Create (or re-live!) prom memories by volunteering for The Princess Project Dress Giveaway. Decorate the showroom, help teens choose the best dresses, or help us shut down shop after another rewarding, successful year.

High school involvement: If you’re in high school and would like to participate in The Princess Project as a volunteer, we welcome your support! Host a dress drive in your school or gather a group of friends to decorate for the Dress Giveaway events. For more information and specifics on how you can help make prom a reality for your peers, please contact us at volunteerSD@princessproject.org.

Get involved year-round: Are you interested in an exciting and unique leadership opportunity? We are always looking to welcome dedicated individuals onto our amazing team of talented women that make The Princess Project possible. Please email us at volunteerSD@princessproject.org to learn more.

How to Get Involved as a Member! 

  1. Become a Member: Choose a one or two year commitment. For more information about membership for the 2016-17 season click on the following link The Princess Project San Diego Membership Application
    Download the application and email to Sandiego@princessproject.org
  2. Event Volunteers: Shifts will be available during this event season (Sept 2016 – May 2017) including the prom dress giveaway (April of 2017) boutique set up, dress sorts (March 2017), and fundraising events. These opportunities are posted on our website and emailed to our contacts. Make sure you are on our email list.
  3. Leaders/Chair or Co-Chair positions:  The Chairs form the Steering Committee which acts as leadership for the organization throughout the season (June 2016– May 2017). No experience required, only good leadership and management skills needed. Attend two meetings each month and a few hours of time for committee tasks each week, based on your availability.
  4. Committee Members: The committees are broken into focused roles to help organize all events. Attend one meeting each month and a few hours of time for committee tasks each week, based on your availability.