Saturday, August 15, 2009

Wounded Warriors Get Help with Special Playground


Residents of Balfour Beatty Communities at West Point wanted to provide a wheelchair accessible playground for children with disabilities and to help wounded warriors play with their children. That is when GameTime a playground manufacturer and Boundless Playgrounds a non-profit agency, decided to jump in and assist them.

The smiles on the faces of the children at West Point show just how important it is to make certain the playground is accessible to every child. Many of these children would not be able to play on a traditional playground, but with the Boundless playground and support of GameTime, they are able to swing, slide, and make music with the GTJams instruments.

More on the joint effort to install an accessible playground.....

To learn more about Boundless Playgrounds, visit their website (www.boundlessplaygrounds.org) or visit www.gametime.com