Domain News & PressAs a both a leader and trendsetter in the home fashions industry, Domain has always received substantial press coverage. In addition to Domain Home Fashions, the charitable and entrepreneurial activities of the founder of Domain, Judy George, have won the company plaudits as a civic leader and as an advocate of women entrepreneurship. Below are just a few of the recent press releases and other articles written about Domain.
|HOPE COMES HOME RAISES OVER $50,000 FOR PROJECT HOPE FAMILIES THIS HOLIDAY SEASON|
|Woman wins $10,000 worth of new furniture from Domain Home Fashions!|
|Dorchester, MA: December 30, 2003 -- Project Hope, a Dorchester-based multi-service agency where low-income families move up and out of poverty, joined with home furnishings retailer, Domain Home Fashions, for a holiday fundraiser “Hope Comes Home” on December 10th. The private event was held at Domain’s new flagship store on Route 9 in Natick. Radio and TV personality, Billy Costa, of Kiss 108 and NECNs TV Diner emceed the fundraiser, which raised over $50,000 for homeless and low-income families of Project Hope.|
Perhaps the happiest person of the evening was Patricia Devine of Woburn who won every woman’s dream - $10,000 worth of exclusive furnishings of her choice at Domain Home Fashions! Patricia plans to refurbish the living room in her home and donate her “old” furniture to a homeless family at Project Hope. Patricia’s living room renovation is scheduled to take place in mid- January.
“Project Hope and Domain Home Fashions have a similar mission and commitment to create places of warmth and beauty called home for families,” says Sister Margaret Leonard, Executive Director of Project Hope. "Everyone should have their own domain. The needs of low-income and homeless families have surged over the last year. This fundraising event will help Project Hope continue to serve the growing number of low-income families who need access to shelter, education, child care and job training. Project Hope makes hope a reality for over 350 homeless and low-income families each month and through the generous donors of 'Hope Comes Home' we will continue to serve the most vulnerable families in our community.”
For more information about Project Hope and its mission, visit www.prohope.org. Domain is a national retailer with more than 30 stores in 7 states. To find a Domain store near you, visit www.domain-home.com.
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