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Joss & Main launches 'Curate for a Cause'

Month-long sales event benefits Habitat for Humanity

BOSTON - Joss & Main kicked off a 28-day “Curate for a Cause” sales event, benefiting Habitat for Humanity, with a June volunteer building project in Lynn, Mass. JossMainsupported by 15 employees.

The national Curate for a Cause sales event, taking place on JossandMain.com July 1 through July 29, 2014, will give five percent of purchases in the "Welcome Home" collection to the Habitat organization. The collection features a variety of furniture and home décor, including console tables, couches, dining room tables, chairs, rugs and lighting.

"Habitat’s vision of a world where everyone has a decent place to live strikes a chord with Joss & Main’s culture and has motivated our employees to give back through an all-day volunteer event in our Boston community," said Paul Toms, general manager for Joss & Main. “At Joss & Main, we sell furnishings and décor that help transform a house into a home and create a positive and welcoming environment throughout. We’re pleased to give back and also motivate our shoppers to do the same as we make the dream of home ownership a reality for more people."

"Through this partnership, Joss & Main is sharing opportunities to create affordable housing across their entire organization, from employees to customers," said Colleen Finn Ridenhour, deputy director of Corporate, Foundation and Institutional Relations, Habitat for Humanity International. "These generous donations of labor and funds make the work of Habitat for Humanity possible. We are very grateful to the company and its employees and Joss and Main Welcome Homecustomers for this support."

Susan DickensonSusan Dickenson | Editor in Chief
sdickenson@homeaccentstoday.com

Susan Dickenson is the editor in chief of Home Accents Today, where she has spent more than a decade covering trending topics, best practices and news items pertaining to the manufacturing, retail and interior design segments of the home furnishings industry. A graduate of UNC, Dickenson spent 15 years in the Washington, D.C., area, writing and researching in both the public and private sector. After relocating to her native North Carolina in 2003, she freelanced as a writer of general interest, business, garden and home items for local and national publications before joining Home Accents Today in 2006 as retail editor.

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