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Lamps Plus donates products to Good Shepherd Charity Design Project

CHATSWORTH, Calif. - LampsPlus.com recently donated table lamps, lighting fixtures and home furnishings to the Good Shepherd Charity Design Project in Los Angeles, benefiting the Good Shepherd Center for homeless Women and Children.

The Design Project renovated 30 single occupancy rooms at the Center, a temporary shelter, including the addition of rugs, bedding, wall paper and paint. The project was managed by interior designer Vanessa De Vargas and consultant/writer/editor Vanessa Kogevinas of Los Angeles-based Designers Networking Group. Lamps Plus video link to Design Project

Each room was assigned to a local area designer, who was given one month to complete their room redesign. Ten rooms were completed in each of the months of May, June and July, and new rugs, bedding, wall paper and painted were installed. For an explanation of theGood Shepherd Charity Design Project, and to view the before and after shots, click on the YouTube video link at right.

Angela Hsu, Lamps Plus vice president of internet marketing, said that, "As a company located in Los Angeles, Lamps Plus is very pleased to have been a part of this charitable project, which benefits so many women and children in our community on an ongoing basis."

An Open House was held the weekend of July 23rd to showcase all the new rooms. At the event, Vanessa De Vargas of the DNG, said, "We couldn't have done anything without the generous corporate Design Project 
Before & Aftersupport of sponsors like Lamps Plus. I can't thank them enough for donating to our Charity Design Project and making this all possible. When you walk into each of these rooms, there's a spirit of joy and delight that will really benefit the women residents."

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