dressCrime Stoppers needs the public’s help in making local graduates look their best on their special day.

Timmins Police Constable Nick Moland-Osborne says they are taking dress donations already, and officials will be on hand starting Tuesday, March 31st.

Osborne says if you’re exchanging a dress, it will cost $25 and if you come and get a dress right off the shelf, it will cost $50.  All proceeds from the exchange will go to Crime Stoppers.

“The idea is to allow people who couldn’t normally afford a dress, to get a nice one for their prom or for their grad, or for what ever other event that they need,” he said.

If you would like to donate a dress, bring it to Timmins Police headquarters, as they will be stored for the exchange.

You can view, exchange or purchase a dress on the following Tuesday’s from 6:00-7:30pm at Timmins Police headquarters.

  • March 31st
  • April 14th
  • April 28th
  • May 12th
  • May 26th
  • June 9th