Professional Organizers Provide Fresh Starts to Organizing Makeover Winners
In an effort to help women who have faced traumatic experiences and are trying to overcome huge obstacles in their lives, a group of Professional Organizers called the Central New Jersey Professional Organizers (CNJPO’s) have recently ran an Organizing Makeover Contest for the clients of Women Helping Women, a counseling service in Metuchen.
In an effort to accomplish just this, the Central New Jersey Professional Organizers (CNJPO’s), founded by Taryn Lamb, owner of Organized Havens, LLC, have recently ran an Organizing Makeover Contest for the clients of Women Helping Women, a counseling service in Metuchen. The applicants are women who have faced traumatic experiences and are trying to overcome huge obstacles in their lives. The CNJPO’s are also volunteering their time and expertise to organize the new offices of Women Helping Women.
Women submitted applications for the contest detailing what areas of their homes and lives were chaotic, what situation led to their lack of time or motivation for order, and how they would feel once their homes and lives were more organized. The stories submitted were extremely compelling and tugged on the heartstrings of the Professional Organizers who are volunteering their time to help make a difference in these women’s lives.
In fact, CNJPO’s couldn’t select just one winner so they decided on three. One of the winners, Linda Hanna of Piscataway, is a mother of four who recently lost her second child to leukemia. The second winner, Alyse Williams of Bridgewater, has faced a long, painful divorce for the past two years and is now a single mother of three daughters. The third winner, Margaret Grande of Sayreville, ended a bad relationship with the father of her third daughter nine years ago, moved in with her mother in a one-bedroom apartment and has since bought her own home for her family.
The Central New Jersey Professional Organizers have scheduled these three projects to begin in the 3rd and 4th weeks of August. They are excited to use their organizing expertise to help give these women a fresh start and help get them back on track with the lives they are meant to live.