Tanya Kravchuk, left, and Jackie Kirkwood, right, wear costumes from "The Force Awakens" as they transform the lobby of the Children’s Receiving Home into a Star Wars theme for the May 4 #BigDayofGiving, a 24 hour online giving challenge for nonprofits. The home is a nonprofit organization that provides temporary emergency shelter and mental health services to kids in crisis due to abuse or neglect.
Tanya Kravchuk, left, and Jackie Kirkwood, right, wear costumes from "The Force Awakens" as they transform the lobby of the Children’s Receiving Home into a Star Wars theme for the May 4 #BigDayofGiving, a 24 hour online giving challenge for nonprofits. The home is a nonprofit organization that provides temporary emergency shelter and mental health services to kids in crisis due to abuse or neglect. Renée C. Byer rbyer@sacbee.com
Tanya Kravchuk, left, and Jackie Kirkwood, right, wear costumes from "The Force Awakens" as they transform the lobby of the Children’s Receiving Home into a Star Wars theme for the May 4 #BigDayofGiving, a 24 hour online giving challenge for nonprofits. The home is a nonprofit organization that provides temporary emergency shelter and mental health services to kids in crisis due to abuse or neglect. Renée C. Byer rbyer@sacbee.com

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May 03, 2017 04:54 PM

UPDATED May 04, 2017 08:27 AM

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