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    The IIDA unloads a van-load of donations at Jessie's Place
    Courtesy of ABC 33/40

         One local group, the Alabama Chapter of the International Interior Design Association, found out what a blessing it was to give to Jessie's Place, our shelter for women & children in Birmingham.  The IIDA conducted a drive to benefit the homeless women and children we serve and came with a van-load of donations to help.

     

     
    Video clip of IIDA donation from ABC 33/40

         The group made up of architects and interior design businesses known as the IIDA, joined forces to collect items for our shelter.  Ashley Handley, the president of IIDA said "They give women a second chance.  Sometimes life throws you a curve ball, and you want someone to help you... that's what Jessie's Place does."

         According to Dr. Malissa Smitha, the director of Jessie's Place, "The donations that come to Jessie's Place are just huge blessings to so many homeless children and homeless mothers.  Basically, it's the way we provide for Christmas.  It's a wonderful gift to families who would otherwise not have anything."


    Some of the items donated by IIDA

         If you would like help the women and children of Jessie's Place, click here to make a donation or learn how to volunteer.

     

     

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