Memphis-Based Store Helps Raise $3,400 for Milla’s House

Palladio Home & Garden, a Memphis-based, locally-owned business group that sells art, décor and gifts, recently sold $3,400 worth of items to benefit the Kemmons Wilson Family Center for Good Grief-Milla’s House in midtown Memphis.

Palladio sold Good Grief stationery, designed by Baptist’s Senior Artist Richard Fudge, and the “Voyage to the Star Kingdom” book, written by Anne Riley and illustrated by Amy Grimes. With each purchase, customers earned an entry into a drawing to win a gift donated by Memphis-based artist Amy Carlisle. The winner was announced days before Children’s Grief Awareness Day.

Baptist Centers for Good Grief — located in Memphis, Tennessee; Collierville, Tennessee; and Jonesboro, Arkansas — provide safe environments for grieving children, teens and adults to explore and express their feelings after the death of a loved one and learn to thrive in a world without that special person.