Madison, Wis. -- Floor360 announced the completion of the interior makeovers of Wil-Mar Neighborhood Center in Madison and Walker’s Point Youth & Family Center in Milwaukee through their sponsorship of Design for a Difference movement. The design process began in April, and finished on October 12 in Madison and October 13 in Milwaukee when the non-profit leadership teams, board members and program participants saw their new facilities for the first time since they moved out during the two-week makeover period.
The makeovers were made possible by over 300 donors and volunteers from Madison and Milwaukee coming together to create great spaces for these special projects. Moving forward, the non-profits can continue to provide quality services to over 10,000 individuals in both cities each year while enjoying a new sense of pride knowing how much their surrounding communities value them and their work.
The makeover process began April 2019, when Floor360 in Madison announced that Wil-Mar Neighborhood Center would receive a free interior makeover of their facility. In June, Floor360 Milwaukee in partnership with Milwaukee Magazine announced that Walker’s Point Youth and Family Center would receive a charity makeover. Soon after that, volunteer design teams started planning the makeovers and meeting with the people who use the facility most to determine their needs and wish lists for the spaces.
Donations included hardwood, LVT, and installation material from Jaeckle Distributors; LVT from Shaw Floors; tile from Daltile, custom tile from Terra Domus Tile, and installation materials from Schluter, as well as time and monetary donations from 50 interior designers, 13 individuals, and over 300 local businesses.
For more information, visit www.floor360.com.
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