Hays ARC Park Giving Tuesday

Giving Tuesday Donations Open November 25 - December 1


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We all love a little friendly competition...don't we?

We are issuing you a challenge. We have just launched a new Hays ARC Park Giving Tuesday Givebutter Campaign and we want to give you a chance to win a ARC Park t-shirt and hat.

𝙃𝙚𝙧𝙚'𝙨 𝙬𝙝𝙖𝙩 𝙮𝙤𝙪 𝙣𝙚𝙚𝙙 𝙩𝙤 𝙙𝙤:
1. Click on the "Fundraise" button (top of this page)
2. Sign up with your email or Facebook account
3. Follow the on screen instructions
4. SHARE, SHARE, SHARE your personal fundraising page.

The person who raises the most money between now and December 1 at 11:59 PM wins a t-shirt and hat.

You can follow along with how much you and each person your competing against has raised.

Good Luck!!!

Playground and Splash Pad Update

We recently broke ground on phase 1 (the playground) of the Hays Accessible Recreation Complex (Hays ARC Park) and it will be completed prior to Summer 2021.

We are now working toward building phase 2 (the splashpad). We are very close to being able to order equipment but we need  your help. Your donation this Giving Tuesday  will get us closer to our goal of also building the splash pad by the middle of next summer. We would love for you to partner with us! 

*This Giving Tuesday Campaign will be open from November 25 - December 1, 2020 at 11:59 PM

What is the Hays Accessible Recreation Complex (Hays ARC Park)?

The Accessible Recreation Complex will provide safe, boundless play opportunities for individuals of all ages and all abilities in one accessible spot. The complex will include a fully accessible playground for limitless play, an all-ability turf baseball field, and a fully accessible recirculated splash pad. It will create opportunities for collaborative play and social interaction for children of all abilities, promoting inclusion in our community, creating a destination showpiece, and filling a need not currently met. Outdoor play stimulates speech, cognition, gross motor skills, fine motor skills and social skills more efficiently than any other method of instruction. The play space also will promote self-empowerment and imaginative play for all kids.

There are an estimated 1,400 children and adults with disabilities in our area. The complex would also draw families from surrounding towns, any wheelchair user, children with undocumented disabilities, families traveling through Hays, and ALL other children. All three plays spaces are greatly needed!

Funds for the ARC Park, as well as the design and project work, are overseen by local special needs parents and directors at The Arc of Central Plains.

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