ART Teams with Dwell with Dignity

CHARLOTTE, N.C.-ART, the creative home furnishings network, has formed a partnership with Dwell with Dignity, a Dallas-based charity consisting of interior designers and volunteers dedicated to creating home environments for families struggling with poverty.

Under the terms of the partnership, ART will support Dwell with Dignity with donations and volunteers, and will promote their special projects located throughout the United States. Dwell with Dignity provides and installs interiors for families that include furnishings, art, bedding, kitchen supplies and food.

"We believe that if we can change a person's surroundings, we can change their outlook on life," said Lisa Robison, founder of Dwell with Dignity. "The partnership with ART means that we have an industry behind us that believes in the same thing."

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