San Francisco Design Center Provides Pro Bono Interior Designs For Ronald McDonald House At StanfordAuthor:California Home And Design
On Thursday, August 4th, 2015 at 6pm, the Ronald McDonald House at Stanford will be boasting a huge milestone previewing new expanded common areas designed through a partnership with noneother than the San Francisco Design Center. 51 local interior designers participated to donated upwards of $2 million worth of pro bono work.
Adding 67 more private guest suites (52,000 total square feet) will make this officially the largest Ronald McDonald House worldwide. The suites allow families to stay close to their children getting treatment at nearby Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford and in a place that currently holds 40-50 families on a waiting list nightly, this will be a much-welcomed treat.
For more information on the project and to keep up with construction progress, visit the Where Hope Has A Home website here.
For more information on the designers who have contributed work to this project, visit this part of the Where Hope Has A Home website.
Visit: Ronald McDonald House at Stanford, 520 Sand Hill Road, Palo Alto
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