Salt Lake Refugee Family Family Gets Big Gift From Local Business to Celebrate World Refugee Day

Salt Lake City Refugee Family Gets Much Needed Home Makeover Just in Time World Refugee Day! Event coordinator Jennifer Stagg of Stagg Design and Mayor Jenny Wilson will conduct the ribbon cutting ceremony.
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SALT LAKE CITY - June 17, 2019 - PRLog -- Stagg Design is kicking off their annual room makeover project this week at the home of a family who relocated to Salt Lake City from a Nepali refugee camp after fleeing Bhutan.   Utah is home to over 60,000 refugee families who have fled war torn countries seeking a better and safer life for their families and usually arriving here with little money and the clothes on their back. With so many of these families in need, it makes it even more important for the community to come together to help them transition to their new life. As this family has been adjusting, they have had to endure even more adversity with their young son who suffers from severe disabilities, autism, cerebral palsy and other health issues. Under the direction of Jennifer Stagg, owner of Stagg Design and volunteers, they have been concentrating their combined efforts on transforming main living areas and other common areas to make them more comfortable, useful, and aesthetically pleasing for the family.

The home makeover is the idea of Jennifer Stagg who, as a successful business owner and nationally recognized DIY expert, continually feels the desire to "pay it forward."  Stagg says, "I know the impact a well-designed home can have on anyone—especially a family who desperately needs the help.  We hope this changes their daily lives."

On Thursday, June 20th, at 10:30 A.M., an unveiling and ribbon cutting ceremony will be conducted by Jennifer Stagg and Mayor Jenny Wilson who will share brief remarks about the project.

Goods and money donated by Stagg Design, Intellibed who provided new mattresses, Walker Edison who donated new furnishings, Denise Sanchez of Homewerks in San Antonio who gave the family with their first washer and dryer, Benjamin Moore Paint of Salt Lake City, Former NFL player Merril Hoge who provided a specialty bed need for the young boy, and so many others. www.un.org/en/events/refugeeday

About the Mager family from Nepal:

The Mager family spent 20 years in a refugee camp in Nepal before coming to the United States. Husband and father Kiran Mager works graveyard shifts doing janitorial work at the airport to provide for his family.  His wife, Champa, is full time care giver to their two young children: 4-year-old Allysia and 6-year-old Alex.  Alex is severely autistic, has cerebral palsy and due to other heath issues, has to eat through a feeding tube.

About Stagg Design:

Stagg Design is a nationally recognized full service interior design firm and homegoods product company located in Millcreek, UT.  Their work has been featured in Better Homes and Gardens, HGTV Magazine, Redbook, Woman's Day, Parents, and their design blog was selected as Blog of the Year from the editors of Better Homes and Gardens and Domino Magazine.  Owner and CCO, Jennifer Stagg, has appeared on Hallmark's Home & Family as a DIY Star, as well as tv appearances across the country.  Currently, they are designing a home for the upcoming Salt Lake City Parade of Homes Aug. 2nd-17th, 2019.   www.stagg-design.com

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