The John Mark Stallings Special Needs Accessible Playground of Morgan County (SNAP) in Hartselle, Alabama
Is my donation tax deductible?
Yes, we are a non-profit organization and all donations are tax deductible.
How many children are physically challenged that would benefit from this playground?
There are approximately 1700 physically challenged children in Morgan County.
When is the playground scheduled to be completed?
Phase One – Swing Area and Phase Two – Splash Pad have been completed and Phase 3 is the final phase which completion is planned incrementally in 2013 and 2014 .
What civic organizations are involved?
The SNAP project was spearheaded by the Hartselle Civitan Club. They were later joined by the Hartselle Kiwanis Club, The Lions Club, and the Hartselle Rotary Club to form an alliance to create a Boundless Playground in Morgan County.
What is a Boundless Playground?
The playground is safe and 100% accessible by all special needs children, which creates an environment that precludes feelings of isolation. All children can play together and utilize all equipment regardless of any special need. Many people don’t realize the physical restrictions of special needs individuals and how that even specific types of materials used on playground equipment found in a normal playground environment creates boundaries in which special needs sometimes cannot cross.
How can I help?
By individual contributions or by a corporate partnership, you can make a difference in the lives of these very special people. There are various levels of “Boundless Rewards” sponsorships available and no donation is too small. Visit our Donate page to donate or to find out more details.