Humble Design, a Metro-Detroit based non-profit organization dedicated to helping homeless families in need, is being backed by Neiman Marcus for the third year in a row. To date, Humble Design has furnished the homes of 465 Detroit-area families who emerged from homeless and abuse shelters.
The event, ‘The Beauty Within’ will be held on March 4, 2015 from 6-9 pm on the first floor of Neiman Marcus inside Somerset Collection. This elegant evening of pampering, shopping and socializing will benefit deserving families in need.
Chuck Bennett, of The Social D, will be the Master of Ceremonies as strolling hors d’oeuvres and cocktails will be served for all to enjoy. Guests can also sample beauty services such as a hand massage, mini facials, and a skin care analysis. The trusted cosmetic vendors of Neiman Marcus will be providing these services. DJ Jared Sykes will keep the mood light and the crowd entertained.
“We greatly value our partnership with Neiman Marcus,” said Julie Nagle, Director of Humble Design. “They continue to support us and help raise awareness for our mission. Without corporate partners like them, we would not be able to continue our mission and help those who really need it.”
Tickets are $100 and are available for purchase via the Humble Design website at www.humbledesign.org under the event tab. Raffle tickets will also be sold upon entry. Items include a private brewery tour, various restaurant gift cards, tickets to upcoming event in metro-Detroit, spa packages, a tour of the Detroit Public Library, jewelry and more. A percentage of all sales made during the evening will be graciously donated back to the organization.
Humble Design will be making a large announcement regarding their first inaugural annual event. This annual concert will take place on September 19 at the well-known Fillmore Theatre in Detroit. They expect that the featured artist will draw a crowd upwards of 900 people. More details to follow.
Humble Design is a 501(c)3 organization dedicated to helping homeless families in need. Humble Design turns four bare walls into a clean, dignified and welcoming home by repurposing gently used household goods. Humble Design partners with local area homeless and abuse shelters to identify families who are emerging out of shelters. Many of theses families are victims of abuse and have left behind all personal items upon escaping and entering an emergency shelter. When these families move into their new residence, Humble Design comes in and makes their house a home! Giving them back their dignity and hope for the future!