Cure Design group — what can I say? They’re everything a local business should be and more! On my second day as development director for the largest homeless shelter for women and children, I called them (cold, just out of the phone book) to as for support. Originally I was looking for volunteer designers to make the Open Your Heart for the Homeless (fundraising gala) a beautiful affair. They were with me for four years in that capacity, but they’ve done so much more! Not only are all of our gala events a cut above the rest, they come to the shelter to do art with our kids. As if that isn’t enough… Bri, Sara, Megan, and Cory worked together to renovate the shelters entry way for the clients we serve. This was a huge undertaking that completely transformed the 90 year-old building where emergency shelter is offered. They created a warm, inviting space for families experiencing homelessness. If they can do all this in a shelter, just imagine what they can do for you. You want to hire good people to come into your home, right? These are your people! I promise!
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