San Francisco's Playgrounds Needs Your Vote To Win $25,000!
|December 20, 2007||Posted by jamie under Open Spaces||
From San Francisco’s Neighborhood Parks Council:
You can help dilapidated playgrounds across San Francisco by voting online for Neighborhood Parks Council’s Playful City video today at
This year San Francisco was recognized as a Playful City USA by KaBoom!, a program honoring cities and towns across the nation who are committed to taking action for play. This recognition has made our City eligible to receive a $25,000 grant for playgrounds, and YOUR VOTE counts as 30% of the application! The Neighborhood Parks Council will leverage this funding as a part of its City-wide Playground Initiative which seeks to ensure safe playgrounds for all children.
Register at http://ent.groundspring.org/EmailNow/pub.php?module=URLTracker&cmd=track&j=181949911&u=1821910 (top right corner). You will NOT be added to their email list unless you “opt-in” while registering.
Vote for San Francisco’s video! You only get one vote, so use it wisely.
You have until 9pm PST on Dec. 21st, and anyone over 13 years of age can vote.
Easy enough to do – won’t you help?