Amidst the excitement of the holidays, we enjoy taking time to contemplate the years behind us. This year, Leslie Saul & Associates Architecture and Interiors would like to revisit our work on non-profit design projects. These projects are a way to give back to our Boston community as well as the world at large.
Ronald McDonald House. We had the good fortune to work with a local contractor on the design of Boston’s Ronald McDonald House. The Ronald McDonald house serves as a “home away from home” for children with cancer and their families during their oncology appointments and treatments.
ROFEH House. Similar to the Ronald McDonald House, ROFEH assists patients from all over the world who have traveled to receive medical care in Boston. In addition to the residential housing we helped to design, ROFEH provides a wide range of services to patients and their families, including medical referrals, transportation, and interpreter services.
IFAW. The International Fund for Animal Welfare is located in Yarmouth, MA. LS&A was thrilled to re-design their office spaces in association with designLAB Architects. IFAW works to rescue individual animals as well as protecting their natural habitats.
Career Collaborative. Career Collaborative is an amazing organization that provides the education, training, and structure so low-income adults can be motivated to attain realistic career goals. We helped to design two of their Boston office spaces.
LS&A wants to know: How have you given back to your community this year?