Monday, May 2, 2016

2nd Annual Rebloom on the Roof, May 26, 6-8:30 PM at The Graham Georgetown

From our friends at Room to Rebloom...

Join Room to Rebloom, a 501c(3) organization centered on the restorative impact of interior design, and co-hosts Barry Dixon, award-winning interior designer and principal of Barry Dixon, Inc., and Will Thomas, Emmy-winning journalist and news anchor, for Room to Rebloom's 2nd Annual Rebloom on the Roof on Thursday, May 26, 2016 from 6-8:30 PM at The Graham Georgetown, 1075 Thomas Jefferson Street, NW, Washington, DC. The night of celebration focuses on the power of design to change lives for survivors of domestic violence. Tickets are $125 each and can be purchased at

Silent auction items include a signature Thos. Moser Continuous Arm Chair, Framebridge custom frames, True Syrups gift basket, Southwest Airlines tickets, and original artwork.

The Gala’s Host Committee includes Gretchen Everett, Ann Lambeth, Sherry Moeller, and Sally Roche with Board of Directors Liz Levin, Lyn McGann, Enid McKitrick, Victoria Sanchez, Christie Stute, and Kia Weatherspoon.

Room to Rebloom’s mission is to design and create healing environments for survivors of domestic violence in the National Capital Area. Confidence and hope are crucial to women who are starting over, and a home that promotes healing and growth should be available to everyone. Interior designers recognize the connection of environment to personal well-being and often participate in projects to redesign shelters for homeless and battered women and families, with Room to  Rebloom being the only organization in the region whose mission is to serve domestic violence survivors in independent housing.

For more information about Room to Rebloom’s 2nd Annual Rebloom on the Roof and to learn more about the nonprofit, go to