Geoff McKee, principal of Spanish River High School, is talking to other school principals about donations from their campus.He
also plans to distribute information about the dress drive when prom tickets are purchased next year.
"I think she
has a winning concept," McKee
said."I think it could be huge.People realize they will not wear the dress in the future.It's a sentimental thing.They don't want to give it away.But when they realize they are helping someone, they feel good about it."
has seen girls in dresses they were not proud of, and he
knows of girls who didn't go to the prom because they couldn't afford a nice dress.
"It's a shame," he
said."This could give them a moment to be a Cinderella.Morgan's kind of like a fairy godsister."
A rack in the corner of the consignment shop is already filled with an assortment of long and short chic dresses in soft colors and fabrics.Many of the dresses still have price tags, while others have been worn.Some have designer labels.