Floor360 is in the process of giving East Madison Community Center an interior makeover of their facility, and the staff and board of the community center will see their revamped facility for the first time on Sunday, Oct.14 after the Design for a Difference Makeover is complete.

“We’re eager to start working on this year’s makeover at East Madison Community Center,” said Bob Tobe, CEO of Floor360. “With fifty interior designer volunteers, the Floor360 team and many generous Madison area business donors this will be the largest DFAD makeover yet.”

The makeover process began on March 21, and the project will have gone through a total of four phases upon reveal.

Design for a Difference is a national community-driven movement that Floor360 brought to Madison in 2015 by organizing a free makeover of the Respite Center at RISE/Center for Families. With the help of local interior design professionals, local businesses, donors, and volunteers, Floor360 has received national recognition as a leader of the movement. In 2017, the Design for a Difference makeover of Centro Hispano in Madison was determined to be the largest makeover of a charity in U.S. history; valued more than $600,000, covering over 12,000 square feet, with the help of almost 150 donors and volunteers.

For more information, visit www.floor360.com.