On Thursday, October 6th a group of employees from BWM of Mt. Laurel participated in the United Way Day of Caring. Instead of going to work, these employees put on their gloves and got a little dirty helping Build Jake's Place get South Jersey's first "boundless" playground ready for it's grand opening.
The volunteers planted flowers and trees, cleaned the grounds, and did whatever else needed to be done to get the playground ready for it's scheduled October 15th grand opening. The playground is now open. It is located in Challenge Grove Park in Cherry Hill, NJ.
Build Jake's Place is a non-profit agency that desgins and builds playgrounds that allows children of any and all abilities the joy of playing and interacting together. Their playgrounds are designed for every child in mind. For more information about Build Jake's Place and to find out how you can help check out their website at www.buildjakesplace.org