Community Service

Lymphoma Research Foundation

CeTerra participated in the 2015 Kitchen & Tasting Tour to benefit the Lymphoma Research Foundation (LRF). As an ASID designer, Katherine Mueller was selected to showcase CeTerra’s organic contemporary tablescapes, which included blends of natural woods with copper and slate accents – connecting environmental elements with the interior of a home. Guests who participated in the home tour had the opportunity to not only learn about the groundbreaking work of LRF but also about how a finished interior coupled with comfort, utility and style, is essential to every home.

We truly enjoyed this opportunity to support LRF and their work devoted exclusively to funding innovative lymphoma research. If you would like to learn more about LRF’s mission to eradicate lymphoma and serve those touched by this disease, we invite you to visit their website at



Jared Allen’s Homes for Wounded Warriors

Jared Allen’s Homes for Wounded Warriors is truly changing lives for our injured service men and women by building and remodeling handicap accessible homes to suit their individual needs. CeTerra partnered with Homes for Wounded Warriors to provide an inviting and, most importantly, a functional environment for U.S Army Sgt. John Ricketts, who was injured in May of 2010 while serving as a gunner for the 101st Airborne Division in Afghanistan. As a result of his life altering injury due to an IED, Sgt. Ricketts was in need of a space that was wheelchair accessible and contained non-slip surfaces so he could move freely throughout his home without restriction. In addition to accessibility, it was important to us that he had a welcoming environment that reflected his tastes and the feeling of being “home.”

It was an honor for us to partner with this great organization and Sgt. Ricketts who sacrificed so much for our country’s freedom. To learn more about this project and the organization, visit their website