Princess Project


Princess Project
Everyone should feel beautiful
Every girl deserves to look like a princess at her Matric Dance. Unfortunately it’s not always possible. The Princess Project helps less fortunate Matric girls get the dress of their dreams Keep an eye out for the series of videos that were released on Skip’s Facebook page. For every share each video received, Skip donated R500 towards the Princess Project, to help make these girls’ dreams come true.

Skip also hosted a beautiful activation at the  Junxion Court in Fourways Mall from the 13th to 29th June calling on women to share their love for their clothes and help make a girl’s dream come true. Taking part in the activation secured a R500 donation from Skip to the Princess Project.

What is the Princess Project?
What started as an unusual idea, has grown into a full time business. The Princess Project was established in 1996 with the business objective of providing matriculant scholars or other women who are less fortunate with dresses, shoes and accessories for those special occasions.

The sad reality is that many people who cannot afford an evening dress would prefer to not attend these functions they are invited to as they fear they will stand out.  So the Princess Project calls on those with dresses they no longer wear or have fallen out of love with to donate their gently worn evening wear, wedding dresses, ball gowns, and matric farewell outfits to the cause and ultimately make a difference in someone else’s life.

For more information on the Princess Project, please visit their website and see the impact that is being made: .