“We needed $20,000 for wheelchair surfacing, and that is precisely the amount we won on Chase’s Community Giving Facebook competition,” said LeAnne Cantrell of KidSense, a nonprofit that builds sensory integrated playgrounds for children with special needs and their inclusion classmates.
via News : KidSense receives grant : St. Tammany, LA.
Here’s an example of the recent popular Chase’s Community Giving Facebook campaign and how it’s impacted kids with special needs.
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