Contribute to the Boundless Playground Fund
and Watch the Dollars Grow!
We were all inspired by Taylor Reuille and her dream to see a playground where all kids could play together, regardless of any physical or accessible abilities. The playground is now a reality, and now we are continuing that dream with the Boundless Playground Endowment.
Imagine another pod of activities, extra play equipment not found anywhere else, more picnic areas and shade structures – all these things will be made possible with the Endowment. Donations will help to provide more fun and more play opportunities for young and the young-at-heart.
For more information, contact Sarah Nichter at 260-427-6024 or Al Moll at 260-427-6000. Gifts are tax-deductible and should be made out to the Fort Wayne Park Foundation.
You can make an on-line donation and continue the upkeep and expansion for the playground.
Thanks to the First Fleet Vehicle Service's Fort Wayne Service Center for their donation of $2000 for the Boundless Playground. The First Vehicle Services employees live, work and play in the Fort Wayne area and they are honored to support this great project.
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“Dreams do come true. Thanks to the Land and Water Conservation Fund, English, Bonter, Mitchell Foundation, the Fort Wayne Park Foundation, the AWS Foundation, CVS/pharmacy, the Downtown Optimist Club of Fort Wayne, Pepsi, Dr. John Crawford and the hundreds of individuals, foundations, civic groups and corporations who are helping to make Fort Wayne a more open and welcoming community.”
See the Boundless Playground press release
|Pictured above, Al Moll, Director of the Fort Wayne Parks &
Recreation Department with the Optimist President Ruth Hammer
and longtime board member Melvin Schott.
A special thank you to the Optimists Club of Fort Wayne
for their $40,000 gift toward the Boundless Playground