For the past nine years, hundreds of students from Evanston Township High School have taken advantage of the Dreams Delivered program sponsored by the Woman’s Club of Evanston (WCE). Dreams Delivered provides new or once-worn dresses to ETHS girls at no cost.

A group of ETHS students modeled formal attire at a 2015 Prom Fashion Show on March 30 hosted by the Dreams Delivered Advisory Board of the WCE. During the fashion show, students previewed some of the Dreams Delivered dresses that‑ will be available to try on during prom boutique nights. Any ETHS girl who is attending prom is eligible to receive a dress.

ETHS students interested in choosing a Dreams Delivered dress and accessories must schedule an appointment to attend a prom boutique night at the Woman’s Club of Evanston between 4 and 8 p.m. on April 20, 21 or 22. Appointments can be scheduled in the Student Activities Office or the Community Service Office in The Hub, W201.

All ETHS girls who are attending prom are eligible to receive a dress and select jewelry, shoes, a purse and other accessories during one of the boutique nights.

ETHS students serving on the WCE’s Dreams Delivered Advisory Board for 2014-15 include Ella Brady, Tess Brieva, Destini Brown, Julia Danson, Genora Garcia, Jodi Henderson, Fatouma Hewitt, Maddie Pope, Dajah Russell, Emily Varua and Angela Wong.

Anyone wishing more information may contact ETHS Student Activities Director Nichole Boyd ( or ETHS Community Service Coordinator Mary Collins (