“A Special Home” Dallas Chapter


Inspiring Lives with Design This mom has a special needs baby boy with medical issues requiring monthly treatments at a hospital. In addition, she has a 5 year old little girl who loves reading and dancing and a 2 year old son who loves any game with a ball. Her mom and dad live close by to offer support, and mom is working a full time receptionist job to support her family. Thank you to our generous sponsors:

“Super-Stall Home” Dallas Chapter


This is part one of Dwell with Dignity’s “Super-stall”- a duplex project for two different families, who happen to be best friends, both nominated by Exodus Ministries! This mom and her three daughters fell into hard times, but in time they spend at Exodus, mom was about to get a job. Since graduating, mom has completed her GED, earned a promotion at work, received her driver’s license and purchased a car. This example of hard work and determination has been

“Family Home for Yvette & Denver” Dallas Chapter


Atlanta Chapter Officially Opens with an Inspiring Homecoming Atlanta's first project since becoming an official Dwell with Dignity chapter was for mom, Yvette, and her 8 year old daughter, Denver. Dwell with Dignity first came to know Yvette and Denver at the end of 2016 when they were nominated by our agency partner HomeStretch. After encountering year after year of hardships and struggles, Yvette powered through each and every obstacle with her positive spirit and incredible stamina. With

“Davis Family Home” Atlanta Chapter


Kindness & Courage Lead the Davis Family to the Gift of Home Together with volunteer designers, Cate and Lathem of GordonDunning, Dwell with Dignity Atlanta welcomed the Davis family into their new normal thanks to a generous family sponsorship by Edward's Mother Earth Foundation. Tie, a kind and courageous mother, was introduced to us by partner agency Rainbow Village at a special dinner signifying her graduation from their admirable two-year program. Tie's journey from homelessness to home was a frightening uphill battle

“Blue Home” Atlanta Chapter


This is a project we completed for a single mother and her precious 10-year-old daughter who loves to read. The toll of independently providing for her family lead mom and daughter to being homeless and seeking refuge at the Atlanta’s Initiative for Affordable Housing. After completing a 12-month program in financial education and maintaining a stable job working at Subway, mom is now able to provide a one-bedroom apartment for her family. That’s where DwD came in. CODARUS took this simple space

“A Home for Six Children” Dallas Chapter


We are excited to provide a fresh start through a new home for mom and her six children ages: 19, 17, 16, 14, 9, and 3 nominated to DwD by Interfaith Family Services. This mother has worked hard to get back on her feet after losing her job and being unable to provide for her large family. While living in the shelter, mom was able to find a stable employment and learned the importance of budgeting and saving for her

“Orange Crush” Dallas Chapter


What a colorful and fun home we completed for mom and her 9-year-old daughter nominated by Interfaith Family Services. Despite many obstacles that left this single mom and her daughter desperate for shelter and support, mom’s positive attitude and commitment to moving forward allowed her to graduate the program at Interfaith and inspire countless women she met living at the shelter along the way. Mom has been able to pay off much of her debt and has a stable job

“Happy Days” Dallas Chapter


This is a project we completed for mom and her 12-year-old daughter nominated by Genesis Women’s Shelter and Support. After fleeing a difficult situation that left her and her young daughter homeless, mom demonstrated a commitment to positive change by seeking counseling and necessary support. Now, mom has a stable job, working as a nanny and housekeeper, and lives in a safe neighborhood close to her daughter’s school. Thanks to DwD, Mom and daughter now a beautiful and functional HOME

“A Place to Rest” Dallas Chapter


We had the privilege of creating this home for a mom and her three sons. This family faced many difficult challenges, including sever sickness that left mom unable to work, resulting in eviction, where the family lost everything they owned. After spending time in the shelter at Interfaith Family Services, this amazing family was nominated to DwD because of their grit and determination that allowed them to get back on their feet. Mom is now able to provide for her

“A Safe Home” Dallas Chapter


We transformed a one-bedroom apartment into a safe, beautiful, and functional home for a well-deserving grandmother and 5-year-old grandson nominated to us by Shared Housing Center. After receiving custody of her grandson and falling upon hard times that left them both homeless, this family never lost hope. Now the duo are THRIVING in their home. Grandmother has a stable job and grandson is quickly adapting to life in his new school. Thank you to our generous sponsors:

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