Bold. Creative. Heartfelt. Chicago Home + Garden magazine presents 3rd Annual Chairs for Charity Event.

Chicago Home + Garden "Chairs for Charity" event to be held Wed., Nov. 7, 6 -8:30 p.m. at Cosentino Center Chicago, benefiting DIFFA (Design Industries Foundation Fighting AIDS)

Nov 02, 2012, 12:53 ET from Chicago Home + Garden magazine

CHICAGO, Nov. 2, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Once again, Chicago Home + Garden magazine will spotlight 15 Chicagoland designers who have each given an old chair new life for the third annual "Chairs for Charity" event, taking place Wednesday, November 7 at Cosentino Center (1060 W. Division Ave., Chicago). A portion of the proceeds will benefit DIFFA.

This is a unique opportunity to see the work of some of Chicago's best talents up-close. Participating designers include Blake Sloane, Carson Maddox Studios, Debra Phillips, Erik Kolacz, Francine Turk, Jennifer Sweas Design, Joel Klaff, Lance Lawson, Michele Fitzpatrick, Paul Schulman Design, Pradeep Shimpi, PROjECT Interiors, Shea Soucie and Martin Horner, Trevor O'Neil Design Studio and Wendy Kaplan.

The charity event will welcome hundreds of Chicago's design industry professionals and design enthusiasts who will be the first to see the finished pieces and bid on them during a silent auction. Tickets are $35. For more information and to purchase tickets please visit\chairs.

About Chicago Home + Garden magazine
Chicago Home + Garden, distributed quarterly by the publishers of Chicago magazine, is the turn-to source for city and suburban dwellers who love interior and exterior design. Whether they are looking for inspiration, practical tips, or resources, Chicago Home + Garden's gorgeous photography and smart copy draws readers in and keeps them coming back for more. In 2007, Chicago Home + Garden earned the City and Regional Magazine Association (CRMA) best ancillary publication award.

DIFFA: Design Industries Foundation Fighting AIDS is one of the country's largest supporters of direct care for people living with HIV/AIDS and preventive education for those at risk. Merging care and commerce, supporters of DIFFA come from all fields of fine design and the visual arts, including: architecture, fashion design, interior design, photography and consumer product design.

With fundraising efforts bolstered by strategic partnerships and unique events showcasing innovation and creativity, DIFFA has mobilized the immense resources of the design communities and granted over $40 million to hundreds of AIDS service organizations nationwide.

SOURCE Chicago Home + Garden magazine