A new crowdfunding campaign has been launched to help fund the redesigned and updated Imagination Station.
The challenge kicked off May 11 with a donation from employees of Capstone Companies and Unsalted Living, who then challenged other Realtors to give through videos posted on social media.
The two entries were among five finalists that received votes on Facebook last week. More than 200 entries were entered into the challenge.
The winner will work with designers and Leathers and Associates to help the blueprint come to life during build week, which is slated for Oct. 9-14.
Tri-Cities real estate industry professionals will come together to raise funds for the Reimagine Project — a community effort to build a new, fully accessible play space to replace the current Imagination Station at Mulligan’s Hollow.
Children have a chance to design what the tree house will look like at the new play space at Mulligan’s Hollow.
The benefit for the Reimagine Project is slated for 1-3:30 p.m. Saturday, May 12.
The school’s third-graders’ Market Day “businesses” raised almost $500 earlier this month. They had previously selected to donate their profits to the Reimagine Project.
The township has joined the effort to help build a new Imagination Station at the city’s Mulligan’s Hollow.
The city this week chipped in $15,000 to provide a jumpstart to the Reimagine Project’s $500,000 fundraising goal.
Fundraising efforts are underway for the Reimagine Project, which is the community campaign to redo the 27-year-old Imagination Station at Grand Haven’s Mulligan’s Hollow Recreation Area.
The city has established an agreement with the Grand Haven Community Foundation to help fundraising efforts for the new Imagination Station play space.
Post-It notes, wish lists, empathy maps and designs filled the walls at Mulligan’s Hollow Lodge on Thursday.
Local students part of the Reimagine Project met with students with special needs and community stakeholders as they work to design an inclusive play space at Mulligan’s Hollow Recreation Area.
Volunteers are expected to build the new play space next fall. The project is estimated to cost $500,000.