Feizy Gives $25,000 to the Global Fund for Children

Feizy RugsDALLAS-Feizy Rugs has expanded its commitment to The Global Fund for Children (GFC) with a $25,000 donation. GFC supports marginalized children around the world by improving access to education and healthcare and has impacted the lives of more than 9 million children worldwide.

"We are fortunate this holiday season to be celebrating what has been a truly wonderful year for the company and we want to extend that good fortune to others," said Leah Feizy, executive vice president of Feizy Rugs. "Our amazing customers have made this gift possible and it is in their name that we are donating these funds."

Dedicated to transforming the lives of children on the edges of society, such as trafficked children, refugees and child laborers, GFC works in many of the places where Feizy manufactures its products.

"The Global Fund for Children is honored to partner with Feizy Rugs, and we are so grateful to their customers for inspiring this generous holiday gift," said Susan Goodell, CEO, GFC. "This donation enables GFC to provide education, care, and support to thousands of vulnerable children."

Feizy's customers can also support GFC if they wish, as well as choose which region they would like to support, by visiting http://support.globalfundforchildren.org/Feizy.

"Feizy wants to give our clients a voice in how to make a positive difference in a child's life," said Feizy.

Andrea LilloAndrea Lillo | Fashion Editor
alillo@hfnmag.com

Andrea Lillo has written about a variety of topics, from beer gardens in Queens to kitchen design trends to residential caves. Having joined Home Furnishings News in 2006, she serves as Fashion Editor.

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