When you purchase from Bella Domicile, you also support the local community. Bella Domicile and its employees are involved in the Madison, WI community in a number of different ways. We love to volunteer our time, help build homes, make over local non-profits, help the children in our area read and so much more.
Bella partnered with Design for a Difference Madison to assist a local nonprofit called The Rainbow Project in 2016. Design for a Difference was founded by the International Design Guild as the first ever community-driven design movement that brings together local showrooms, designers, and businesses to makeover much needed spaces for local charities. Bella Domicile worked with the head of the Madison chapter, Floor 360, along with 33 other designers, 29 students from UW-Madison, and over 200 local business to tackle the space for The Rainbow Project.
In 2016, Team Bella Domicile helped support Madison Reading Project by creating a paper outfit for their annual Read(y) to Wear event. Owner Dan Luck modeled the UW Badger inspired outfit for the team. In 2017 we sponsored the event and in 2018 Dan will be walking the runway once again.
Bella Domicile is proud to have created blankets for children who are seriously ill, traumatized, or otherwise in need through Project Linus. Project Linus has chapters in all 50 states and collects blankets locally and distributes to children in hospitals, shelters, social service agencies, or anywhere that a child might be in need of a big hug.