Project Return and Bassett Furniture

A surprise truckload of new furniture to the Project Return

Dorothy Rolla

Photographs: Courtesy Basset Furniture

Project Return, a nonprofit in Westport that provides a safe, structured environment for adolescent girls and young women in crisis, recently received a special delivery. Bassett Furniture, a new addition to town, sent a surprise truckload of new furniture to the Project Return residence for the young women to enjoy a room makeover. Bassett Furniture also presented a $10,000 check to the organization, which will help Project Return create a safe space for young women for years to come.

Project Return
Dave Baker, vice president of corporate retail for Bassett Furniture; Tina Balboni, district manager at Bassett; Dorothy Rolla, operations director at Project Return; Susie Basler, executive director at Project Return; and Lori Friedlander, local store manager

Project Return
Thank you cake

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