Frequently Asked Questions
Do you have to be a mom to attend Mom Prom?
NO! Mom Prom is open to all women age 21 and over, whether they are moms or not. This event is to celebrate and empower women, all while showing that women can make a difference for a cause.
So what is Mom Prom anyway?
Mom Prom is the ultimate girls-night-out charity event where women can dress up, hang out, sample amazing food and dance the night away all in the name of a great cause.
Can I bring my husband/boyfriend/dad/son/brother?
Nope, sorry. Ladies only.
My daughter/niece/friend/sister is not yet 21, but would like to attend the event. Can she come and just avoid the alcohol?
No. This is strictly a 21-and-over event, because alcohol will be served. To protect our volunteers and the U.P. Masonic Center we will not admit guest under 21 years of age. IDs will be checked, so please honor this request.
How much are tickets? How do I get mine?
Tickets are $45 per person and available only through . There's no need to print out your ticket confirmation. Just show up at the event with your photo ID, and we’ll handle the rest!
If I plan to attend with a group of women, do we need to buy tickets together or is it “general admission”? Will there be seating?
All tickets are general admission, and there are no assigned tables or seats. There will be some seating available for mingling, but we hope most of your time will be spent on the dance floor!
What should I wear?
Mom Prom is a dressy affair. While we expect a range of dresses, from dressy casual up to formal gowns, bottom line, is, you should wear something that makes you feel BEAUTIFUL. Dress to your comfort, wear your choice confidently and feel like a million bucks!
Do I need to bring my camera?
Only if you want, but we are lucky enough to have Daniele Carol, a local and AMAZING photographer sponsoring the event. She will be there snapping away throughout the night and will make photos available for purchase afterward. Proceeds from photo sales will also go to this year's recipient
Do I need to bring money to the Mom Prom?
We strongly encourage you to donate/tip when getting a drink at the bar. Without a liquor license, we are not able to charge for alcohol, but all donations/tips from the bar will go to this year's recipient. You may also want to bring cash to buy raffle tickets which could win you a HUGE variety of prizes.
What if something comes up after I buy a ticket and I can’t attend the Prom?
Tickets are nonrefundable but transferable. Please contact us at if you find you are unable to come so that we can assist in the transfer process.
I'm not able to attend the event. How else can I help out?
Donate or sponsor! Choose the option to donate any dollar amount on our ticket sale site or visit the "Sponsor" page for sponsorship opportunities.