Monique Coleman will attend a special prom for sick kids next month.

“In a couple of weeks, I’ll be participating in a prom for children who are really sick,” she told JustJaredJr.com. “It’s called No Worries Now and it’s going to be at the Sony lot. I’m really excited about it. I think that everyone should have the opportunity to experience some of the staples of your youth. The GimmeMo Foundation is actually going to donate a few dresses to the cause as well.”

No Worries Now, formally known as the Shiri Foundation, is a nonprofit that believes every teen should have the opportunity to attend prom. They organize proms for teens with life threatening illnesses who may not have the chance to attend their own.

Monique will attend the next ball, to be held on June 18. To find out more about it, click here.

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