Hooker Furniture, a division of Hooker Furnishings, recently received new inventory of its Susan G. Komen® licensed collection via magenta shipping containers operated by Ocean Network Express (ONE). The eye-catching containers feature a pink ribbon – the international symbol for breast cancer awareness.
Molteni&C is partnering with Breast Cancer Research Foundation – BCRF to support the brightest minds in science by holding an online auction featuring four limited-edition Porta Volta armchairs by Herzog & de Meuron in a distinctive pink hue. The auction will take place on liveauctioneers.com through October 31st, 2023. 100% of the proceeds will be donated to the Foundation.
The Common Thread for the Cure Foundation, a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization founded in 2000, supports individuals fighting breast cancer who are affiliated with the furnishings and design industries by offering financial assistance through confidential grants. The grants aid breast cancer survivors and their families to meet financial obligations, household needs and transportation to medical appointments during treatment.
Houston interior designer Alexandra Killion’s second annual La Petite Maison Gala will take place on October 12 at The Junior League of Houston. This year, a new architect, builder, and group of distinguished designers will convene to create a collection of one-of-a kind dollhouses. The gala will continue to benefit A Shelter for Cancer Families (ASCF), an organization that provides private residences and support services for families receiving cancer care in the Texas Medical Center.
Marlaina Teich Designs is delighted to announce an emotionally charged and uplifting episode of the Emmy Award-Winning television series “George to the Rescue.” This remarkable episode marks Marlaina Teich’s 7th appearance on the show, a testament to her dedication to transforming lives through design.
The CHAIRity event, the flagship fundraising initiative of The Green Chair Project, brought together an exceptional roster of talented designers who not only lent their talents to redesign chairs but also crafted enchanting room vignettes, inspiring attendees with their innovative designs.
Home v Hunger helps Hawaii with World Central Kitchen
To help support the people of Maui after the recent wildfire tragedy, the Housewares Charity Foundation (HCF) has established a fund for donations and will match contributions dollar-for-dollar up to $100,000 in total. Donations will go to support the Maui Strong Fund and Team Rubicon Disaster Relief.
The Common Thread for the Cure Foundation, founded in 2000, supports individuals fighting breast cancer who are affiliated with the furnishings and design industries by offering financial assistance through confidential Helping Hands Grants. The grants aid breast cancer patients and their families in areas where insurance does not apply. For example, a grant can be used to meet financial obligations, household needs and transportation to medical appointments. The intent of the grants is to enhance the quality of life for those who have breast cancer enabling them to maintain as normal a lifestyle as possible while they are confronting the disease. To date, the foundation has raised over $1 million to provide grants to individuals throughout North America.
Through its giving campaign, The Container Store will support the work of The Kaleidoscope Project, including its internships for students in high school and college and the scholarships it funds for those interns to receive Green Leader Certification through the Sustainable Furniture Council. Those scholarships enable young BIPOC creatives to enter their industry with a knowledge of sustainability.
To encourage customer and employee contributions to the giving campaign, The Container Store will utilize its social media, email, internal communications, online blog, and in-store signage in its 97 locations during relevant monthly observances throughout the year. Donations can be made to support The Kaleidoscope Project giving campaign at The Container Store in store locations at the register or online by clicking here.