Special Spaces San Francisco is giving critically ill children a place to call their own. The non-profit organization develops and constructs bedrooms that represent each child’s unique personality. For a child with a critical illness, they spend a lot of time in their room, so Special Spaces makes sure that their room is a very special space that is unique and loved by him or her.
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Thursday, Mar 6, 2014 Updated at 11:25 AM PDT
Once a child is chosen, a team from Special Spaces interviews the child to get an understanding of his or her favorite colors, themes, and wishes. The construction of the room is funded by private individuals, local businesses, corporations, church groups, and family. Special Spaces also have a core group of volunteers that are assembled to design and build the dream room.
Special Spaces San Francisco welcomes donation of all kinds, as well as volunteer opportunities. Click here to learn more.