MODA Floors & Interiors served as a sponsor for the annual Agape Bedroom Makeover project. The Agape Community Center, a non-profit organization, provides a variety of programs and services for residents of all ages in the Bolton Road community in Northwest Atlanta.
The MODA Floors & Interiors team patched and painted the walls, replaced the carpet and purchased furniture and bedding for the four children. MODA interior designer Theresa Minkoff decorated the room based on what the kids described as their "dream bedroom."
In addition to MODA staff, painters and carpenters supplied by Sawhorse Remodeling participated in the bedroom makeover project.
"You've given these children an incredible gift," said Jared Sulc, Agape's development assistant. "You're helping Agape to empower and support economically disadvantaged families within the community to embrace their full potential."
"We invite other local businesses to participate in this ongoing project," said Dean Howell, MODA Floors & Interiors' president. "The smiles on the kids' faces really say it all. The youngest child wanted to take his bath early so he could sleep in his new room."
During the school year, the Agape Community Center is a safe haven for 120-180 kids each day. The center also provides summer camp programming. For more information, go to www.agapecc.org.
MODA Floors & Interiors is a flooring and window coverings resource in Atlanta's West Midtown Design District.