We're All In! Are you?

Belfort Furniture is the local Washington DC Sponsor for the 2012 “Walk for Hope, Women’s Cancers, Women’s Cures” held in Washington DC on April 28, 2012.   Belfort Furniture will match will match the total team donation, up to $5,000.   Join the Belfort Furniture team and walk to help find a cure for Women’s Cancers. Mike Huber, CEO of Belfort Furniture, will be walking this year as part of the team along with his wife Kristi, daughter Lacey and other employees and friends of Belfort Furniture.  He feels strongly about supporting this great cause.  Mike, in his own words stated, "The Belfort Furniture team has joined Walk for Hope to put an end to women's cancers. We want to build a large team to raise as much money as we can. Please register for our team today. If you cannot join us at the Walk please consider supporting our efforts with a donation. Every little bit counts and we are counting on you!"

We hope you will be able to join us on April 28th, 2012 to walk in support of this important cause.  Visit the Belfort Furniture team page on the City of Hope website to join our team or sponsor one of our team members.

Here is a photo of last year’s very successful team at the 2011, Walk for Hope, Women’s Cancers, Women’s Cures.

Last year, Mike was honored with the City of Hope's most prestigious award, the “Spirit of Life” Award®.  Through their team efforts in the “Walk of Hope, Women’s Cancers, Women’s Cures” last year, Belfort Furniture raised more than $50,000.  Help us raise even more this year!

We’re all in, are you?

Belfort Furniture is conveniently located in the Dulles area of eastern Loudoun County, Virginia, easily accessible from Loudoun and Fairfax Counties. Whether you live in Northern Virginia, Maryland, West Virginia, or Washington DC, we have the selection, styles and prices that make Belfort Furniture worth the trip! Belfort Furniture was voted “Retailer of the Year, 2012”, by National Home Furnishing Association and has been voted best furniture store in Loudoun County for 17 years in a row.