April 2022 Monthly Newsletter

Kick off Thrift Studio Season on THURSDAY!

We’re so excited to kick off Dwell with Dignity’s largest fundraiser of the year with you.

Please join us on Thursday, May 5
Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery
1403 Slocum St #100, Dallas, TX 75207, USA

Enjoy drinks, light bites, and music (with a live set from a special guest DJ) as you get to know the designers who have been chosen to participate in this year’s Thrift Studio.

Valet parking will be available. This is a free event.

Celebrate Art & Color Thursday, May 19

Dwell with Dignity’s annual Art & Color Party is a night to celebrate art, artists, and community.

From family homes to community projects, art is an essential piece of every Dwell with Dignity transformation.

Thursday, May 19
Texas Counter Fitters
909 N Bowser Rd, Richardson, TX 75081

Join us for drinks, bites, and an Art & Color Celebration like we’ve never had before! Hosted at Texas Counter Fitters’ stunning granite yard in North Dallas, this is a night you will not want to miss.

Valet parking will be available. This is a free event.

Volunteers Paying it Forward

We love having past DwD families in the studio to volunteer! Jari from DwD’s first Habitat for Humanity partnership was in the warehouse this week helping work on projects for an upcoming family home transformation.

DwD + Lincoln High School

Dwell with Dignity is thrilled to work with United Way of Dallas to transform Lincoln High School’s Community Resource Center and utilize the space to provide a number of resources to the school’s nearly 700 students, their parents, and community members in South Dallas.

Dwell with Dignity designed the Community Resource Center to create a functional area for events and activities for students and the community that includes:

  • A community room with a library built in partnership with the Dallas Public Library with books for all ages, five computers, two printers, and flexible seating for group meetings or classes

  • Resources for the community, which include uniforms, food, feminine hygiene products, and more

  • A private room and office to be used for counseling and meetings with students, parents, and teachers

  • A teachers’ lounge with a coffee and tea bar, comfortable seating for relaxation, and flexible tables for meetings

  • A mural by South Dallas artist Ebony Lewis, whose public art installations are showcased at the Park South Family YMCA and nearby DART bus shelter

Kimberly Clark donated 288 boxes of tissues
Dallas Public Library donated 800 books
Texas Counter Fitters donated stone countertops

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