South Bend’s Center for the Homeless is getting a facelift and it is all to help children.
The children's activity room is in dire need of a make-over.
Torn carpet, bad lighting, and rotting ceiling tiles are just a few things that need to go.
Once it is fixed up, the room will be transformed into an educational resource center for students.
Staff at the Center for Homeless say a Michiana company came to their rescue to make the project possible.
Jackie Heirman of the Center said, "Actually it's all being donated by Norwalk Furniture, the man hours, the furniture, the equipment, the lighting, the flooring, everything has been graciously donated by Norwalk furniture."
No word on how much the new room make-over will cost.
Crews hope to have it completed in six weeks.