Back to Nature Volume 1 School & Team Fundraiser
100% of the net retail sales profit will be donated to Habitat for Humanity Manitoba.
Back to Nature Volume 1 of Anthologie features nature-inspired recipes, entertaining inspiration, and interior design and garden projects. The Anthologie Project showcases a curated collection of local design, art, food, fashion, and handmade wares, and shares engaging and relatable content, events, workshops and videos. Our passionate and enthusiastic contributors, readers and supporters are the keys to our success. Thanks to this support, in just a few months, our publications have already generated more than $15,000 in donations to local charities. Our goal with this volume is to donate $25,000 in net retail sales profit to Habitat for Humanity Manitoba, as well as to inspire creativity, wellness, caring, generosity, and community collaboration.
Featuring the Work of …
Ayoko Design Inc. | Blue Moon Furniture | Boreal Architecture | Creating A Scene | The Faded Barn | Foxridge Homes | French Accent Interiors | Hooper’s | IDESIGN Interiors by Kristin | J & J Dwellings | Julie Pedersen Designs | Les Sediles, REALTOR® | Lyndsay Stokes Interiors | Nomad Box Bar | Pineridge Hollow | SAND Bohème | Studio One Eleven | Two 30 Nine by Décor
Artists + contributors
Barletta Beeswax | Bow & Arrow, Amy Krahn | Brook Drabot Glass | Chris Pancoe Fine Art + Craft | Cloverdale Forge | Cornelia Bean | Crystal Nykoluk Earthshaper | Di Erbe Inc. | Herman de Vries, Woodturner | Imperfections, Andy McKiel | Indigo Arrows | Kathryne Koop Pottery | Little Wing Odd Birds | MacDougall Studios | McMillan Pottery | Old Pine Woodworks | Rachael Kroeker Ceramics | Rox Textile Art | Salvaged Earth Designs | The Stoneware Gallery, Alan Lacovetsky | The Stoneware Gallery, Anne Fallis Elliott | Teegan Walker Ceramics | Terry Hildebrand, Ceramic Artist | Textile + Fibre Artists of Manitoba, Cathie Ugrin | Velvet Plume
Academy Florist | Beyond Flowers | Cyndy Goulet | Floral Fixx Design Studio | Oak Knoll Farm | Pineridge Hollow
About Habitat for Humanity Manitoba
Habitat for Humanity Manitoba is the local affiliate of a global non-profit organization dedicated to eliminating poverty housing and to making decent housing a matter of conscience. Since 1987, HFHM has partnered with local businesses, faith groups, and thousands of dedicated volunteers to build homes for over 340 Manitoba families with over 1000 children having a better future. For more, visit habitat.mb.ca.