Daisy is a bright thirteen year old girl whose life changed in an instant, when she was hit by a car while riding bikes with her family. Welcome Home Angel was thrilled to renovate her new bedroom suite, with the help of some amazing volunteers from Live Oak Bank and nCino.

Daisy’s room, before…

Here are some before images of Daisy’s old bedroom. It was dark and cramped.  She had very little storage for her medical supplies, and more importantly…her beloved books. Her shared family bathroom wasn’t well suited to a teen who uses a wheelchair, either.


Daisy’s room, now!

The amazing design team listened to all of Daisy’s wishes, giving her a beautiful room, even giving her a new laptop for her new desk, and a HUGE bookshelf (with room to grow) for all of her books!


Nothing compares to Daisy’s reaction when she saw her room for the first time.

Click here to see that magical moment on Facebook.

Our volunteer group also renovated Daisy’s siblings’ rooms – all three of them.

Here are a couple of pictures of their rooms before:

Check out the sibling rooms now!


More pictures of the completed renovations:

We would like to thank the small army of volunteers below for their incredible generosity time and passion on this project:

Live Oak Bank
Kate Groat, our fabulous + fearless Design Team Leader
Kaylie Soule
Brittany Fountain
Angie Taylor
Kirstin Mathews
Lindsey Nelson
Kelsey Connor
Lillian Teer
Michelle MacKay
Chris McAbee
Mike McGinley
Corbin Penland
Audrey Pharr
Tess Mackey
Taylor Baysden
Brian Pilon
Megan White
Laura Orr
Meredith Ginn
Claire Cosgrove
Erin Fisher
Eric Canup

Chris Soule
Jenna Bowles
Baily Wilson
Julia Bowen
Nicole Jackson
Fidel Lucero
Jack Mahaley
Victoria Van Etten

Jason Mathews of Mathews & Sons, Flooring & Home Improvements

This makeover would not have been possible without the generous funding of the Eshelman Foundation. Thank you!

Thanks, Dream Team! ❤️

Daisy, you inspire us all to be better people. We are so grateful to know you and your family. Thank you for sharing your love and light with each one of us. Keep on being you, sweet girl.