Erin Napier Donates "Home Town" Wardrobe to Co-op Shop to Help Women in Need

Danielle Harling
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From House Beautiful

With Thanksgiving around the corner, HGTV star Erin Napier has found a unique way to give back to her local community. In an Instagram post made on November 20, the Home Town host revealed to fans that she donated a large portion of her Home Town wardrobe to Laurel, Mississippi co-op shop The Remnant.

Napier explained to fans that purchases from The Remnant will help fund Dwell, "a transitional housing community for women in Laurel who are coming out of rehab, abuse or homelessness and gives them the tools to return to society successfully."

She went on share that Dwell will be included in season five of Home Town, which is slated to premiere in January of next year, but didn't offer too many details on the appearance.

"This ministry is part of season 5, and I can’t wait for you to learn more about it. Come shopping at downtown Laurel’s coolest new thrift store," Napier excitedly explained.

This doesn't serve as the first time the design maven has stepped up for a good cause. In 2018, at the time of the devastating California wildfires, Napier announced that she would be partnering with Laurel Mercantile Co. on a project to help those affected by the wildfires.

And earlier this year, Napier shared an Instagram post providing ways to help those in Mississippi, following April's deadly tornadoes.

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