October 2017

Venezuelan Family Gets New Start; Andres is Amazed at Kindness of Strangers | October 30, 2017

“We have never received such kindness,” said Andres, a father who was recently able to get his family out of Venezuela and come to the U.S. There, he had a job and a house. With a college education and a career, he could provide for his family. Here in North Carolina, he has a new […]

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Hidden Message Reveals Family History of Donated Dresser | October 24, 2017

Every piece of furniture donated has a story. Imagine our surprise when we found a hidden message under the drawer of this hand-made dresser! Our logistics coordinator John Dunlap was refurbishing this dresser and discovered the hand-written message, explaining that this chest was made by Richard Morse Chapin, 1928-2016. It says, “Richard was a furniture […]

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The Philanthropy Journal brief on the Sweeter Dreams bed program | October 23, 2017

Source: The Philanthropy Journal The Philanthropy Journal, published by NC State’s Institute for Nonprofits, published a News Brief on our Sweeter Dreams bed program.

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Giving Kids Something They Really Need: A Bed | October 20, 2017

Source: Triangle Business Journal Triangle Business Journal reported on our Sweeter Dreams bed program: Leesa Sleep – an online mattress company that has Seventh Generation CEO John Replogle serving as chair of its board – has given 110 mattresses to The Green Chair project, a Raleigh nonprofit. Read more in the Oct. 20, 2017 issue […]

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