Pahrump-based Divas on a Dime seeks crowd-funding for TV show
Do you like to buy or create quirky items on a budget? Then Divas on a Dime may be able to help you.
From creating flooring with paper bags, to cooking a meal for four at a cost of $4 total, Patti Diamond, the frugal diva behind Divas on a Dime has written about it on her website and in newspaper columns.
Now Diamond and her husband, Divas co-founder Bob Lauder, have taken to Kickstarter in hopes to receive some help in producing a 13-episode TV series.
They are seeking $15,000 to get the show off the ground.
For their Kickstarter campaign, Divas on a Dime has partnered with Three Square Food Bank, whose mission is to provide wholesome food to hungry people while passionately pursuing a hunger-free community, as well as Path of Hope, a food distribution program in Pahrump.
The organizations and those they serve will be the recipients of all books donated via pledges of $35 or more.
If you would like to help, click here.