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Ravens donate $500,000 to build an accessible playground


A new wheelchair-accessible playground is coming to Baltimore County thanks in large part to the Baltimore Ravens. It will be the first destination playground for the Baltimore area’s NFL Play 60 initiative. The playground will have obstacle courses, climbing structures and a 17-foot high slide. Funding for the playground comes from a $500,000 donation from the Ravens in addition to state and county funding. positively impact the well-being of children in our communities,” said Ravens President Dick Cass. “We are honored to be involved in this meaningful project, knowing that it will provide a safe and unique space for children and their families.” .The goal is to get kids out and bring joy to families. should be completed by early fall.

A new wheelchair-accessible playground is coming to Baltimore County thanks in large part to the Baltimore Ravens.

It will be the first destination playground for the Baltimore area’s NFL Play 60 initiative. The playground will include obstacle courses, climbing structures and a 17-foot high slide.

Funding for the playground came from a $500,000 donation from the Ravens in addition to state and county funding.

“It’s critical that we continue to identify opportunities that positively impact the well-being of children in our communities,” Ravens President Dick Cass said. “We are honored to be part of this meaningful project, knowing it will provide a safe and unique space for children and their families.”

Baltimore County officials and Ravens mascot Poe broke ground Friday at the Northwest Regional Park Playground in Owings Mills.

The goal is to get kids out and bring joy to families.

“I think it’s going to be a well-used playground, so we’re excited about that and more to come,” Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski said.

Construction is expected to be completed by early fall.

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