Access to Recreation

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In 2006, the Community Foundation received a grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation as part of its Access to Recreation Initiative, which supports innovative projects that engage people of all abilities and increase recreational opportunities for a broader constituency. The initiative also aims to increase public awareness of the issue of accessibility and encourages the development of a more inclusive physical environment as the norm, not the exception.

Click here to read stories about projects funded by the Access to Recreation Initiative.

In June 2008, friends and neighbors in the city of Wayne gathered at Soroptimist Park to construct a universally accessible playground. The playground provides an opportunity for all kids to play and socialize together, no matter what their abilities.

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