In an unbelievable random act of kindness, Sunshine on a Ranney Day, a non-profit whose mission is to create safe, fun and uplifting dream-room makeovers for children with long-term illness, recently renovated the Bowman home to accommodate Emily, a Kennesaw State University, that spent three weeks in a coma after she was critically injured in February after police said a drunk driver ran her over in Athens, GA. She is unable to speak and is confined to a wheelchair as a result of the accident.
Sunshine on a Ranney Day and its wonderful group of volunteers and sponsors help build a wheelchair accessible ramp leading to the front door of the home, change a half bath and linen closet into a wheelchair accessible bathroom, installed an ADA accessible shower on the ground floor with plumbing assistance provided by Mr. Plumber and transformed an adjoining living room and dining room into adjoining bedrooms for Emily and her mother.
Our friends at Here On Earth Photography had the opportunity to be selected as the volunteer photographer to take the "after" photos for Emily Bowman's homecoming on June 27th. The photos speak for themselves. Emily's new room is colorful, bright & happy, and most important ADA accessible.
To learn how you can volunteer, sponsor or donate to Sunshine on a Ranney Day please visit: http://www.sunshineonaranneyday.com. To view the amazing photography work from Here on Earth Photography please visit: hereonearthphotography.blogspot.com or follow them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/HereOnEarthPhotography