Forma Furniture Raises $2250 for Realities For Children with “Stressless” Fundraising Drive!
Forma Furniture opened in 2004 to offer the beautiful and functional furniture from Scandinavia, showcasing the Ekornes Stressless brand of recliners and sofas. Forma Furniture has quickly evolved into more than just a Scandinavian furniture showcase by encompassing furniture from around the world that meets the owner’s Travis & Dee Ann Garrish quality standards and sense of style. The store has grown with the support of the community to a beautiful showroom with Scandinavian, contemporary, and eclectic styles represented, all to assist customers envision and create the rooms of their dreams. The owner’s philosophy is that you the customer deserve an experience of quality, comfort and value. Forma Furniture guarantees your satisfaction from selection process to the price and quality - all with the goal to provide a fun and “Stressless” experience!
Realities For Children Charities is a 501(c) 3 charitable organization dedicated to serving the unmet needs of abused and neglected children in Larimer County. United with Realities For Children’s alliance of 150 local business Members which underwrite the administration of all programs and services, this charity is uniquely able to ensure that 100% of every dollar donated is able to directly benefit abused and neglected youth locally. Partnered in service with 18 local ‘Affiliate’ Youth Agencies and Programs, Realities is able to create an effective safety net of services, for the most vulnerable members of our community, through the provision of our Core Services. To contact Realities For Children call 970-484-9090 or email Info@RealitiesForChildren.com. For information go to: http://www.realitz.com/.
* Forma Furniture is located at 1001 E Harmony Road in Fort Collins.
To contact Forma Furniture call 970-204-9700. For information about the Forma Furniture collections go to website: http://www.formafurniture.com/.
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