West Hartford Business Makes Donation to ‘Breast Friends’ Fund

Arlene Carr of Glastonbury (left), owner of Revival Home Fine Furnishings on Consignment, presents Sandy Cassanelli of Glastonbury with a $1,000 donation for the Breast Friends Fund/Dana Farber Cancer Institute. Submitted photo

Revival Home, which just celebrated the grand opening of its new location on New Park Avenue in West Hartford’s Home Design District, has made a donation to the Breast Friends Fund.


Revival Home Fine Furnishings on Consignment recently made a $1,000 donation to the Breast Friends Fund in honor of owner Arlene Carr’s mother, Estrellita Quintans, who died one year ago from cancer.

The donation represents a portion of the proceeds from Revival Home’s first week of sales in their new location at 588 New Park Ave., in the Home Design District of West Hartford.

The Breast Friends Fund was founded by Sandy Cassanelli of Glastonbury to fund metastatic breast cancer research. To date the fund has given $96,000 to the Dana Farber Cancer Institute in Boston, which represents 100 percent of all monies raised.

To connect with Revival Home visit instagram.com/revivalhome, facebook.com/RevivalHomeCT, and revivalhomestore.com. More information on the Breast Friends Fund can be found at breastfriendsfund.org.

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