Moore Manor is perhaps one of the most buzzed-about abodes in all of Atlanta. You know, right up there with Chateau Sheree. And if you've peeked inside Kenya Moore's beloved home and felt a little envious of her home decor, she's now offering you the chance to score something from her house that you can use to decorate your own pad. (Check out a full tour of her home, above.)
The Real Housewives of Atlanta newlywed revealed she's auctioning off her "fabulous lucite dining room table" for a good cause. A portion of the proceeds will go to Safe Horizon, an organization which seeks to empower "victims of domestic violence, child abuse, sexual assault and human trafficking to move from crisis to confidence." As you might recall, Kenya also enlisted her pals to shed light on the cause during a recent episode of RHOA. She added on Instagram, "Hi Guys!! So many of you have inquired about my fabulous lucite dining room table, so I’ve decided to auction it off and a percentage of the proceeds will go to my favorite charity safe horizon!!"
Kenya recently opened up about working with the organization in a Bravotv.com blog, including how she felt when Cynthia Bailey's mom opened up about her past with an abusive relationship.
Kenya wrote, "All domestic violence stories break my heart. Some women never tell anyone of their pain and suffering. I thought Cynthia’s mom was very brave, and her story was extremely compelling, honest, and raw. I didn’t want Cynthia to comfort her, because I know when it’s your time to speak up, there can be no distractions. You have to get it out. It’s not easy for everyone to expose themselves and be vulnerable. The facts are men, women, children, gay, lesbian, transgender, old, young, wives, husbands, black, white are all affected...the face of domestic violence has no one identity. It affects ALL of us. People die every day at the hands of a spouse, exes, people in relationships, etc. This is the climate for change. We all have to be accountable. #MetooNoMore."
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