5% of all sales from the EARTH HOME STORE are donated to organizations we support.
Feng Shui for the Planet is a social initiative of Earth Home LLC. The purpose of FSP is to better the living conditions around the globe by partnering with organizations, such as orphanages, health-care facilities, non-profits, and sustainable living projects that are directly involved and affected by quality of living spaces.
Our vision is for every child to have adequate living and learning spaces regardless of economics. Imagine a world where every orphan has adequate living necessities, such as linens, blankets, and most of all a sense of home. We want to assist non-profits by improving their workspaces to be more productive and supportive.
organizations we support
Los Angeles LGBT Center - Anita May Rosenstein Campus
The revolutionary Anita May Rosenstein Campus is a part of the Los Angeles LGBT Center and is scheduled to open in 2019. It will include up to 100 units of affordable housing for seniors, 100 beds for homeless youth, new senior and youth centers, up to 35 units of permanent supportive housing for young people, a commercial kitchen to feed homeless youth and seniors, ground floor retail space, and 350 subterranean parking spaces for residents and visitors to The Village.
Project Redesign is based in Nashville, TN and provides interior redesigns for low-income families, community centers and other non-profit organizations. They have redesigned close to 200 spaces! Their primary focus has been the James Cayce Homes, Nashville’s largest and most at-risk public housing development.
They have also redesigned large, communal rooms for the Salvation Army, YWCA’s Domestic Violence Center, Stratford High is buying ambien online illegal School’s “Top Floor”, and the Martha O’Bryan Center’s Faith Building Lobby and Meditation & Conference Room, several apartments for Mending Hearts, and Issac Linton Middle School’s After-School Activity Room.
In December 2012 I had the honor of working with this fabulous group of women in redesigning a low-income apartment home. I was overwhelmed by their tenacity, organization, and big hearts.