The Rotary Club’s Inclusive Play project has received a financial boost.
On Thursday, Elevate Entertainment group presented a cheque to President of the Rotary Club of Barbados South, Peter Thompson at Divi Southwinds Resort.
Creative Consultant of the group, Mario Greene, who stated that it was important to give back to society, noted that their focus and aim was not to drive profit but also to deliver quality products to their patrons as well as delivering value to their sponsors.
Thompson, who thanked the Group for the donation, gave some details about the project.
“The vision of the Rotary Clubs of Barbados South and West is to create an extra ordinary recreational facility so children of all abilities can develop various skills is closer to reality. The playground which include a multi purpose facility which will enable full accessibility.
“The multi purpose facility will contain specialised rooms and these rooms will consist of multi sensory rooms and an added play room. The multi sensory room will assist children who need a special type of light and sound stimulation. Additionally, those children who are not normally able to play in normal play facilities will be able to do so in the padded play park,” he said.
The project which will cater to a minimum of 50 children has LIME and Signia Financial among their sponsors. (MR)
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