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Chair-ity: Sit for a Cause:

We are pleased to announce Chair-ity: Sit for a Cause.  We are creating custom chairs with other industry partners that will be auctioned off on an on going basis. Everything from frame to fabric has been donated. 100% of the monies raised will go directly to the charity for which each chair was designed and hand built. 



These elegant chairs are custom built by Covers Unlimited with Carnegie Fabrics. The high quality piece is made with kiln dried poplar hardwood sourced from sustainable forests and durable commercial grade suspensions and foams. All materials and labor have been donated, and every penny raised will go directly to the designated Chair-ity!

Behind Chair-ity:

Larry, who started our company, was literally the helping hand you always hear about.  Anyone at anytime was who Larry helped, and always with a smile on his face.  We have all been taught the right thing to do but, in the past most of our efforts have been in our free time.


Cary is one of the directors sitting on the board of the "The Giving Rocks Foundation". The mission of the foundation is to raise funds in support of medical research for Histiocytosis, Pediatric Cancer and Hematological diseases by supporting the following: The Histiocytosis Association of America,The Histio Cure Foundation, Children's Medical Research Center, SuperSibs, The Giving Rocks Project at Children's Memorial Hospital, Haley Curls For hope Foundation, and Make A Wish of Illinois.


Kevin has volunteered with the Illinois Doberman Rescue in multiple ways including traveling to New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina to stay in evacuated areas and pull animals left behind out of homes.  His son was diagnosed with Type One Diabetes the day after Thanksgiving of 2012 at 2 years old.  Kevin now works with his family to fundraise for the Diabetes Research Institute.  He also makes phone calls on behalf of JDRF to newly diagnosed families to make sure they know where to reach out for help.


Sarah is a founding member of Designing for Veterans - Mission Possible, a non for profit organization started by the ASID Student Chapter at the Illinois Institute of Art-Chicago. While Sarah was President, the Student ASID chapter won two national awards, 2012 ASID Student Chapter of the Year, and 2012 Community Service Project of the Year.



Covers Unlimited is taking it's philanthropic efforts to the next level.  Our company will stand stronger by making giving back a cornerstone of our foundation.  We look forward to this new chapter in our business history and hope for your participation at any level.  


From everyone here at Covers Unlimited ...thank you as always!



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