Habitat For Humanity Home Furnished by Donations Raised by Two Landmark Education Participants

Interior designers Suzanne Perrin and Denise Inskip-Seale created a project to beautify a Habitat for Humanity home using entirely donated material, labor and furnishings. The concept behind the project was simple. Many of the families that work with Habitat for Humanity in building a home, do not have the resources to furnish them once they move in. Suzanne and Denise had a idea to involve as many people as possible from the local community to donate their time talent and resources to fully furnish a new Habitat home.

The project, developed while they were both participating with Landmark Education was a big success. This video chronicles the development of this project as well as moving coverage of the day the family who helped build the house got to see it finished for the first time.

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