Monday, January 18, 2016

The Dress Project

We began as Twice Upon a Dress and are now THE DRESS PROJECT.
Visit us at our new website here.

Friday, August 29, 2014

Dresses for Africa

We have nearly 100 party dresses online at our Facebook page to preview. These dresses will be sold in Malawi Africa this fall 2014 to benefit education. If you are interested in the dress please like or comment on Facebook here.

Thursday, August 28, 2014

Atlanta Dress Drive Party

Twice Upon a Dress takes your gently used bridal and formal dresses to sell and support education in Africa. Throughout the year we have events to collect dresses. This Cupcakes and Champagne party was co-hosted by Jessica Jetton and Elise Wilkes in Atlanta on August 24th.  The party has collected more than 100 dresses and counting.  If you would like to host a party, email us at

Monday, July 21, 2014

Dress Story: Dominique DeWitt

We love hearing stories about the dresses that are donated. This dress from Dominique DeWitt will be sold and support up to a semester or more of school in Africa. Here is her story: I married Aaron, my college sweetheart, on January 18, 2014. We were married in my childhood church in Boca Raton, Florida. He is a pilot in the US Navy. We have had two separate duty stations since our wedding and have only been married six months! Moving has reminded me that holding onto materialistic things is not necessary, especially if it can help another couple have a perfect wedding day just like we did!

Monday, July 14, 2014

Education in Malawi

Twice Upon a Dress takes your dresses for sale to support young scholars in Malawi. Two of our students Rebecca and Nester attend APU (Atsikana Pa Ulendo). Pictured above is their Graduating Class of 2014. This photo was shared by Malawi's Girls on the Move. Discover more about them here.

Tuesday, July 1, 2014

More about Twice Upon a Dress

Above and below Malawi, Africa. We have more information about the conditions in Malawi and how dress donations help here

Below, Twice Upon a Dress founder Jody Stephenson. Each dress that is donated goes to supporting students in Malawi. Send us the dresses you do not need or plan to throw away.
Shipping details at right.

Tuesday, May 13, 2014

1, 2, 3: From Fashion to Benefaction

Three steps to improving the world
1. Look in your closet and see if you have a spare dress you do not wear
2. Mail it to us 
3. Improve the well being of another person's life, forever

One dress can support costs of up to one semester of school for a student. Make a difference with what makes no difference to you. See mailing instructions at right.