I’m a committed supporter of local charities focused on aiding families health and strengthening foundational needs.~ Kimberly R. Jones | Interior Designer ~
WE SUPPORT OUR COMMUNITY…
Amplify Church, The Blessing Board, The Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation and the Vietnam Veterans of America.
Our vision is to lead as many people as possible into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ.
Our family is blessed to attend a community church where we can receive God’s Love and also extend God’s Love. What to plan a visit?
The Blessing Board is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization existing to provide donated household furnishings to those in need at no cost in response to what God has done for us.
Furnishings left over from completed interior design projects offers me the perfect opportunity to donate to the Blessing Board. It’s a wonderful feeling to partner with this organization that helps families in financial need furnish their living spaces.
Do you have furniture to donate?
Or do you or someone you know need furniture?
We also support the Blessing Board through AmazonSmile. Learn how you as well can help support the Blessing Board by simply making everyday purchases on Amazon.
Never worry about numbers. Help one person at a time and always start with the person nearest you. ~ Mother Teresa ~
The Pediatric Brain Foundation focuses on all children suffering from neurological disorders, brain cancers and traumatic brain injuries; including those diagnosed with autism, cerebral palsy, down syndrome, epilepsy, neuroblastoma and a myriad of others, as well as the 60% of children without a diagnosis.
The Ride for Kids campaign is a great opportunity for our family to rally together with other motorcycle enthusiasts and support lifesaving research for The Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation. Having a family member with cerebral palsy is another reason why we look forward to supporting this yearly event. Interested in participating?
VVA’s goals are to promote and support the full range of issues important to Vietnam veterans, to create a new identity for this generation of veterans, and to change public perception of Vietnam veterans.
The Vietnam Veterans of America is a wonderful place to donate when purging your closet. Our family consistently gives clothing, accessories, shoes, purses, jewelry, books and toys. It’s easy to donate… we pack our donations, schedule a pick up and a VA driver picks up our donations. Interested in donating?
Your home is living space. Not storage space. Donate stuff you don’t use… someone else needs it.~ Kimberly R. Jones | Interior Designer ~