(KCEN) -- The Children's Advocacy Center of Central Texas works with abused and neglected kids and with limited funds, the building was facing a bit of neglect of it's own.
But volunteers from 16 Lowe's stores across the state came together to change that.
They logged more than 2,000 man hours to complete a major renovation on the center.
New floors, ceilings and almost every room was gutted and transformed in just eight days.
Kids now have plush couches and a TV room to wait in.
They have new therapy rooms and even a "North Pole" full of toys kids can take with them.
People at the center say they're already seeing how the renovations are helping kids.
Lowe's also installed a full kitchen, which they say will help save them money.
Now they can cook instead of bringing in food during their many CPS and CASA training sessions.