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The Lake County Haven and The RoomPlace

The Lake County Haven came to The RoomPlace hoping to get a great price for a couple of new mattresses. The Vernon Hills General Manager Faisal Chaudhri stepped in to help, he knew The RoomPlace could do more… Many people know how The RoomPlace has given back to the community over the past 100 years. But few know how excited the store staff gets when they can help out their neighbors directly. The RoomPlace ended up donating 10 new mattresses and boxsprings to The Lake County Haven. Members of the store staff including the General Manager even helped deliver the mattresses.

"The beds will be used at the shelter and housing program for homeless women and children. Our old beds have been in use for many, many years. The box springs were cracking and the mattresses were awful! We are so happy that now our residents can get a much better night's sleep," offered Laura Sabino Executive Director of Lake Haven. The residents are very busy each day job hunting and getting their lives together. The new mattresses will offer The Haven residents a much needed night's sleep. "We are all so grateful to The RoomPlace for making this generous donation! We consider The RoomPlace to be a friend and partner with us in our fight against homelessness," continued Laura.

The Haven was started in 1992 when two Lake County neighbors came together to try to help homeless women and children. They could imagine what it would be like to be hungry and homeless, and they felt that was unacceptable. So these two ordinary people, Peg Bradley and Mike Gretz, got together and did something absolutely extraordinary. They decided to start a program to help homeless women and children. The result was the Haven. They said YES to the challenge of not only providing homeless women and children with a home, food, and the necessities of life, but also to providing a wide range of services to help people get back on their feet again. And because of their vision and dedication, hundreds of women and families have emerged from the bleak reality of homelessness to lead independent lives. To learn more about The Haven go to

There is never a question of the commitment and community envolvment The RoomPlace has. Just look back to their 100 Acts of Kindness program and you will see how excited and enthusiastic the company and each employee is at giving back and getting involved.

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The RoomPlace volunteers at the Seven Bridges 10 Mile Run

This past Sunday The RoomPlace employees volunteered at the Seven Bridges 10 Mile Run in Woodridge/Downers Grove area. Our employees had a blast encouraging the runners and handing out water. We had employees from all over the Chicago area as well as several coming up from Indiana. The run had a great turn out and gave us the opportunity to meet with some really great people. Anytime we can help out the the West Suburban Community Pantry we jump on it.

Special thanks to the West Community Pantry for letting us get involved… To see more information on West Suburban Community Pantry click here.



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100 Acts of Kindness Continues..

The RoomPlace Algonquin team volunteering at Habitat for Humanity… When the Algonquin team isn't in the stores helping customers find quality furniture they are out helping in their communities. Habitat for Humanity is a great charity and we are proud to have been able to work with them as they rebuild homes and lives..


To celebrate 100 Years in business, The RoomPlace employees will participate in 100 Acts of Kindness from October through December 2012. The charitable involvement will encompass a variety of acts with multiple organizations throughout local communities in Illinois and Indiana.



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Our Hillside General Manager, Shay attended the “Back to School / No Child Left behind Rally”, where on behalf of The RoomPlace she donated schools supplies to St. Michaels’ Church.  The rally was a fun filled event where they had the streets blocked of with Jumping Jack Cages, medical RV (checking blood pressure and screening for diabetes, assorted games and stations where they were either selling baked goods or donating food.

The RoomPlace has been serving the Chicago land communities since 1912; 100 Years! At The Roomplace we strive to not only offer quality and affordable furniture to our customers but to get out into our communities and give back where and when we can.