LDF Silk owner, Beth Santarelli, is grateful to be able to give back to the community at large by supporting the efforts of those who help others. Beth also puts a priority on supporting the Arts. LDF Silk continues to be open to opportunities to use our location in the Design District to this end.
Some of the ways we have been able to reach out so far include:
- We have been able to offer our facility as a showcase for handmade items for sale through Refugee Resources, a non-profit organization whose mission is to reach out to refugees who have completed their resettlement period and are eager to contribute to their own economic success in this country. The women, whose diverse backgrounds all reflect overcoming abject poverty and various types of abuse, produce amazing handcrafted items which reflect the best of their own culture and abilities. These items are available for sale in our showroom with all proceeds returned directly to Refugee Resources.
- It was with great pleasure that we were able to contribute our skills to the building of a fantasy tree for the Homebuilders Association “Project Playhouse”.
- LDF Silk was also pleased to offer our showroom as a location for a cocktail reception celebrating the upcoming Fort Worth Opera Festival.
- We offer continuing support to the Arts by contributing to the efforts of the Classical Acting Company and New World Ballet.