House of Anderson Opens Doors for Fundraiser

Missy Anderson introduces new design galleries with charitable event.

Missy Anderson introduced her new design galleries, House of Anderson and The Estate Collection, with a holiday trunk show and charitable fundraiser benefiting Trends Charitable Fund. The galleries, in the heart of Old Town Scottsdale, feature home furnishings art, décor and gift items. Guests at the opening event sipped cocktails and enjoyed live acoustic guitar. Christmas carolers entertained the crowd as they mingled and shopped for the holidays at the Dec. 2 event.

In addition to local community leaders, several companies participated, including Galicia Fine Jewelers and Cambria, natural stone surfaces for residential and commercial spaces.

Anderson has been involved with Trends Charitable Fund for many years. TCF has donated millions of dollars to charity programs that positively impact women, children and their families, with 100 percent of the funds raised staying in the Valley.

House of Anderson and The Estate Collection are located next door to each other at 3922 N. Scottsdale Road in Scottsdale.

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