RTKL provides pro-bono services to Maryland Foster Youth Resource Center

RTKL has completed a pro-bono project in support of the Maryland Foster Youth Resource Center, a non-profit organisation which provides transition services for young people who have aged-out of the foster care system. The scheme involved a new office layout design and aid in furniture procurement. Furniture for the Maryland Foster Youth Resource Center was donated by RTKL and Coalesse, plus purchased furniture from American Office.

Davin Hong, Principal at RTKL, comments: “Working with the Maryland Foster Youth Resource Center in our own backyard was an amazing partnership for RTKL. The center selflessly devotes time and attention to Baltimore’s youth and our little investment doesn’t even compare to how many lives the center changes on a daily basis. However, it was our intention to design a space that would make the center’s daily operations more efficient and our hope to provide a safe space for youth within the Baltimore community for future generations.”

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