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Bob’s Partners with The Teen Project, Donates Bedroom Furniture

Bob’s Discount Furniture has announced a partnership with The Teen Project, a non-for-profit serving at-risk, homeless, and sex-trafficked young women, to furnish all bedrooms at the new Vera’s Sanctuary for Women.

Furniture First Announces Donations Through Employee Giving Program

Furniture First, a national home furnishings and mattress buying group, has announced that its Board of Directors has authorized charitable contributions in the name of each employee.

Conn’s HomePlus Partners with Cam Newton Foundation for Annual Holiday Giving

Houston-based retailer Conn’s Inc. (NASDAQ: CONN) joined forces with the Cam Newton Foundation for its annual "Santa Cam's Surprise Sleigh” to bring holiday cheer to Charlotte, N.C. non-profits. 

Art Van Collects 15,000 Pounds of Food for Southeast Michigan Food Drive

Art Van Furniture partnered with Detroit’s WXYZ-TV for the 10th annual “Together We Can” community food drive to benefit Gleaners Community Food Bank of Southeastern Michigan, collecting more than 15,000 pounds of food.

Stressless Raises Money for Charities Through Annual Program

Ekornes has announced the return of its Stressless ‘CHAIRity’ promotion, offering customers a discount of $200 on select Stressless furniture with a $50 donation to a charity of their choice.

Ruby-Gordon Supports Local Charities Through Month of Giving

Ruby-Gordon, a family-owned retailer founded in Rochester, N.Y., in 1936, has partnered with three local charities during the month of December; Lollypop Farm, Flower City Habitat for Humanity, and Golisano Children’s Hospital.

Leading Textile Company Collaborates with Non-Profit for Design Inspiration

Leading textile designer and producer JLA Fabrics is unveiling its new Curate Collection inspired by original artwork from local non-profit The Arc of High Point, during this week’s ITA Showtime Market.