Support

We are working hard right now to raise money, and we appreciate your help!  Playground equipment in general is not cheap and the specially designed accessible equipment is even more costly. The Pikes Peak Community Foundation is our fiscal agent for this project and maintains our account, with 100% of your donations going specifically to the playground.  You may make a donation in any amount securely online at http://www.ppcf.org/giving.php?fundid=104 .

In addition to monetary donations, we are always looking for individuals to assist us with providing additional resources to build accessible playgrounds to the Colorado Springs Community. If you have a special talent you think would help us in our mission, please e-mail us at  This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it .


How to spread the word – We want you to help spread the word to your family and friends on how important this playground is to our children and our community.  To borrow from the phrase used in the book The Tipping Point by Malcolm Gladwell, the more people we share this with, the more we can push this project to “tip” and to catch fire in our community!  The more we can spread the word, the more support we can garner, the bigger and better we can make this playground!


Thank you for your interest, support and generosity.

 

Our Mission, Vision and Core Values

Vision Statement

To create opportunities that eliminate boundaries to spontaneous play and no child is forced to “leave their legs behind.”

Mission Statement

To create a Universally-Accessible Playground in the Pikes Peak Region where children play and differences disappear.

Core Values

We Believe:

  • Colorado Springs has the opportunity to be a national leader for social change that embraces those with disabilities.
  • That every child, regardless of ability, has the right to spontaneous play.
  • There is an opportunity to enhance socialization between disabled and able-bodied children.
  • All children should be able to share common development experiences.