Design for a Difference transforms local non-profit

Home Press Release Design for a Difference transforms local non-profit

Madison, Wis.—Design for a Difference, a community-driven designer movement in the U.S. and Canada that brings local business owners together with interior designers to makeover spaces at local charities, recently transformed Center for Families here. Center for Families is a non-profit organization that offers instruction, support, emergency child care, in-home visits and valuable resources for parents.

Floor360 received over $140,000 in goods and services to execute the design makeover through its affiliation with the International Design Guild.

“Families in need often have to settle for what’s good enough and so do the agencies that help these families,” said Meg Miller, interim executive director and Respite Center manager. “The newly designed space will increase our capacity by adding a bedroom and the overall design will provide a more welcoming yet functional environment for us to service our clients.”

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