Natural play environments have advantages over purpose-built playgrounds because they stimulate more diverse physical activity and creative play.
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Merritton Lions Club, May Court Club of St. Catharines, Land Care Niagara – Naturalized Playground Bronze Sponsors
Thank you so much to the Merritton Lions Club, the May Court Club of St. Catharines, and Land Care Niagara for partnering with our Naturalized Playground Project as bronze sponsors. All three organizations provided funds or in-kind donations valued at $2,000 each.
As our gold sponsor for the Naturalized Playground renovation at Bethlehem Place, Niagara Community Foundation (NCF) generously provided a grant $10,000 towards the project.
Meridian Credit Union has partnered with our Bethlehem Place Naturalized Playground project as our Corporate Sponsor by providing $15,000.
As our lead sponsor for the project, Wise Guys Charity Fund provided $20,000 for the Naturalized Playground project at our Bethlehem Place location.
During National Volunteer Week, we had over 40 volunteers from Brock University’s Staff and Faculty to help begin prepping the site for the revitalization and redevelopment of the Bethlehem Place playground and extended yard, to create an inclusive naturalized environment and play area.