Last standing! Members from all three organizations that contributed to the success of this day
IM ABLE Board members Eric Schippers, Dave Mclain, Len Burton and Gretchen Kaag
What a phenomenal day with a great crowd of great people coming together to help make this project happen. IM ABLE, Gilmore Henne & Berks Youth in Action collaborated to build the first adaptive playground at the Opportunity House in Reading, PA. The day was beautiful and a lot of hard work was completed by some motivated volunteers. Thank you to everyone who came out and made this a reality for the community of kids that deserve this great playground!
To our sponsors, volunteers, community members and the groups that put it all together, we made this a reality and made an impact on our community!!!!
See more photos in our gallery thanks to Stacey Olexy, our photographer extraordinair!!!
Local article about the great day
- Huge thanks to the members and supporters of the Gilmore Henne Community Fund for leading a well organized and effective effort today. This is what they do and they do it well!
July 7th will be our ribbon cutting in conjunction with our “Get Up and Move” Day where we will have children of all abilities out to showcase the park and all the opportunities that are available for them to play together
The IM-ABLE Foundation is proud to support Sports Club for YOU, which provides youth with and without disabilities an opportunity to develop their sports skills and physical fitness, while socializing and learning about sports in a positive environment. IM-ABLE has provided $1600 to assist in the purchase of equipment they will need for their 2009 summer program. They are affiliated with the University of Delaware and you can find out more information on their program here.
Fromuth teams with IM Able Foundation to provide training and specialized fitness equipment to the disabled (October, 2008).
IM ABLE and Bear Creek Resorts raise awareness for their new relationship with sorts to offer an adaptive ski program (September 2008).