I'm so happy and excited for Dwell with Dignity! Dwell with Dignity is a Dallas-based non-profit organization driven by one amazing mission: to use interior design (and even now art!) to bring hope and happiness to families struggling with poverty and homelessness. I’m a believer in Dwell with Dignity’s cause. Since first learning about Dwell with Dignity on the Nate Berkus show almost 3 years ago, I’ve been watching them grow, helping to spread their word through sharing on social media, and hoping for other chapters to open outside the Dallas area so I can volunteer. And it looks like that may be coming true, now that Dwell with Dignity has branched out to the Atlanta area with their first home project – All the more reason why I was honored to guest blog about Dwell with Dignity on the Hadley Court blog!

Visit the newly re-designed Hadley Court site to read my guest blog contribution - Meet Dallas' Dwell with Dignity - A Non-Profit Organization Inspiring Lives With Design, plus get info for their upcoming Spring Thrift Studio, whose Honorary Chair this year will be Ronda Rice Carman, Founder of the lifestyle blog, All The Best Blog | A Passport to Stylish Living. Dwell with Dignity's Founder & President Lisa Robison, along with Vice President & Director Kim Turner will both be guest speakers at this years Design Bloggers Conference, coming up this weekend in Atlanta.

One of the supporters for Dwell with Dignity – Peacock Alley – will be hosting a “Wrap Party” this Sunday from 2:30 – 5:30 pm in honor of Dwell with Dignity wrapping up their first ATLANTA home installation and first installation outside of the Dallas Market! What a wonderful way to kick off the Design Bloggers Conference this year, starting Sunday!

I so wish I could have attended, especially this year for this milestone maker for Dwell with Dignity. I am though grateful to have met both Lisa & Kim at last years Design Bloggers Conference, and I'm sure Leslie Wood will get to speak with them when she attends with Leslie Carothers this weekend. Definitely be sure to visit Hadley Court to read all about it - here.

Congratulations Dwell with Dignity and here's to much continued success, changing and inspiring lives with design, one household at a time.

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