Spokane, WA (PRWEB) July 14, 2014
Rugs are more than a decorative piece of furniture. Rugs can actually change lives. Kirishian Oriental Rugs believes it can change the lives of women who have been in trouble due to domestic violence, being homeless, or other troubling incidents and are working towards rebuilding their family’s lives. Programs like Transitions provides a “Transitional Living Center” which gives homeless women and children apartments to live in for up to 24 months, creating stability in their families lives while they get back on their feet. In 2013, 31 families with 73 children were served at TLC and in 2014 there could be even more. Utilizing the power of crowdsourcing, Kirishian Oriental Rugs has launched a fundraising campaign on Crowdrise.com starting July 14th to help these families in need. Raised funds will go toward providing these women and their children with new rugs which will provide a basic home furnishing need that also symbolizes hope and a new beginning as they start over. If you wish to learn more about this cause, please check out the Rugs Change Lives campaign at https://www.crowdrise.com/rugschangelives.
Kirishian Rug Company:
Kirishian Rug Company has been locally owned and operated in Spokane, Washington for over 94 years. During this period, they have sold thousands of beautiful, one-of-a-kind, hand knotted oriental rugs from around the world. Kirishian's respects and values the time and technique that goes into creating these oriental rugs that give us joy in our everyday lives, which is why they import from 11 different countries and 25 different manufacturers worldwide. Kirishian Rug Company recently launched a new site and private label along with one-of-a-kind rugs not seen anywhere else. Kirishian Rugs is also the nation's #1 oriental rug cleaning provider through their sister company Rug Spa, which provides free shipping to the continental United States for all rug cleaning needs.
Since 1995, Transitions has been helping women, children, and families rebuild their lives affected by abuse, addiction, mental illness, poverty, and homelessness. Transitions is made up of five programs: Women's Hearth, Miryam's House, Transitional Living Center, EduCare and New Leaf Bakery Cafe. For more information about how you can work to end poverty and homelessness for women and children in Spokane, visit their website at help4women.org.