Strengthen a Community, Build our Children a Play GroundFriends of Stewart Valley School


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  • Build our Children a Play Structure


An African Proverb states 'It takes a whole Village to raise a child' in our situation we think it goes one step further and that the children help strengthen the community.
Last fall the play strucutre at our school was taken down due to safety.  Our children have been without since.  Now we are looking to put up a new play structure so that our children will have a safe place to play, learn and grow.  A healthy mind starts with a healthy body and with that healthy mind our children will have the opportunity to become all that they can be.
We need this grant money to pay for the play structure.  We have been fundraising but as we are a small community there is only so much you can ask of our parents and community members.

Community Benefit

Our Community of Stewart Valley, Sk is a small but strong community. You can see from one end of the village to the other, there is always someone to help if you need it and you will always be greeted with a smile and hello. In such a small community, which includes people in Stewart Valley and also the farming familys that surround it, the school tends to be the hub. The gym at the school doubles as the community centre which further bonds the two. We feel that by strengthening one you will strengthen both. We have an expectional school and would love to draw more people to it. The more the school has to offer the more it will make people take a look. 'Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful citizens can change the World. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.' Margaret Mead Please help us strengthen our community by building our Children a play structure.

How will the $10K be used?

Budget Notes: play structure will need another 10000$ and also $2000 for base work
$ 10,000 pay for play structure

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