Dilly's Place Inc.
Fact or Fiction?
In 2010 the report "Disability and Health in Kansas". Two facts are contained within this report that are important to Dilly's Place project. 1. participants in the focus group cited "there is not an accessible playground in my community" as a community health need. 2. Adult Kansans with disabilities is twice as likely to report being overweight. FACT
Fact or Fiction?
Children with disabilities can find it more difficult to eat health, control their weight and be physically active because of pain, difficulty chewing or swallowing food, or taste and texture. Physical limitations or a lack of accessible environments (for example, sidewalks, parks and exercise equipment). Children with mobility limitations and intellectual or learning disabilities are at greater risk of obesity.
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*44 play weeks per year x 180 children on the playground per week = 7,920 children a year x 30 years = 237,600 children that will have enjoyed the playground and benefited from healthy play. The cost per play experience is estimated at $261,418 (without donated land value) divided by 237,600 pay experiences = $1.10.
Family Fun Day
Free To Special Needs Kids And Their Families. Camp will now be every 3rd Week in June. This Event is brought to you Free from our Wonderful Sponsors! Activities available at camp are: horseback riding, a Zero entry swimming pool, canoeing, water slide, lake, beach, climbing tower, laser tag, face painting, fishing, balloon engineer, cotton candy, popcorn, food, drinks, tattooing, coloring and art table, and much more. PLEASE BRING DRY CLOTHES TO RIDE THE HORSES At the YMCA'S Camp Hyde 26201 w 71st St S, Viola Kansas 67149 For more information visit our Facebook page at: www.facebook.com/dillys.place or email us at email@example.com Date: June 11, 2016
When did Dilly's Place Start, and What Does It Mean To Be A Non Profit?
Dilly's Place started 1/12/09 with $20 and a prayer. We held our first fundraiser in April of the same year. Dilly's place Inc. became a non-profit in 2010. A nonprofit refers to what the tax code classifies as a "Charitable" or 501(c)(3) organization. A nonprofit uses its surplus revenues to further achieve its mission. A for profit organization's shareholders receive the profits or dividends.