Housing Works Looking for Donations for Sixth Annual Design on a Dime

NEW YORK-Community-based AIDS service organization Housing Works Thrift Shops is looking for donations of all types of home products, including furniture, bedding, tabletop and artwork, for its sixth annual Design on a Dime fundraising event, which is scheduled for May 6-8 at the Metropolitan Pavilion at 125 W. 18th St.

Housing Works will provide complimentary pickup of donated items, which are tax deductible.

The donated items will be used to create room vignettes, to be unveiled during a VIP event on May 6, which will also include cocktails, hors d'oeuvres and live entertainment.

The proceeds for Design on a Dime 2010 will benefit Housing Works 874 Jefferson Avenue Residence Project, a new housing development project for single, formerly homeless adults living with HIV/AIDS that will incorporate many sustainable design and construction techniques.

To donate product for this year's event, please contact Mel at 718-838-5051.

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