“Homefeathers – Helping Others Feather a New Nest”

Ever since I was a little girl, I was planning and designing. Through my schooling, church and community, I have always wanted to give back. I am passionate about helping others and making things better.

With a passion in social work I entered Occupational Therapy and then re-focused and obtained my Diploma in Recreation Administration. I worked with seniors, the disabled and children and managed numerous organizations and programs. I then decided to fulfill my artistic side.

I moved from Calgary to Toronto to obtain my Bachelor Degree in Interior Design at Ryerson University. After working in retail and store planning, office and hotel design, I focused on residential and commercial projects. I then formed my own interior design business.

In the spring of 2014, I approached the CEO of the Canadian Association of Abuse Awareness at a Women’s Biz Conference and suggested a partnership. She eagerly was interested in my ideas and my new program, “Homefeathers – Helping Others Feather a New Nest” – was created.

With my connections in the design industry, I am now merging my two passions by connecting the surplus of materials in the design world with the need in society to help other women and children and give back.

Through this partnership with the Canadian Centre for Abuse Awareness, I am helping to provide the necessities for women and children who have had to flee from their homes, often in the middle of the night, with nothing and help to provide them with the necessities to start over and make a new home.

If you wish to become involved in supporting this cause with interior design materials and furnishings, please contact Lorelie Noble at Design Details.

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