To get the full scoop on our project, go here. To find out how you can help, go here.

About Our Project

A crucial part of childhood is socializing and playing with other children in a playground. Until now, Davis County children with disabilities (especially those in wheelchairs), have only been able to watch from the sidelines. Our project's mission is to change this, because all children deserve a place to play!

The 'No Child Left Out Project' is a Non-Profit Organization that is planning the dream of Syracuse's 'Sunshine Playground.' The playground will include features that will allow all children to play side-by-side and truly enjoy being children! To allow for wheelchair access, there will be transfer stations, ramps, wider paths, stable surfaces, table play, ample space around equipment, swings to accommodate children in wheelchairs, as well as auditory and tactile elements.

This is a video about the playground that inspired our project. We are partnering with Unlimited Play, who built this playground to streamline the process and ensure our end result is of the highest quality. This video is definitely worth a few minutes of your time....

UNLIMITED PLAY VIDEO from Ty Cobb on Vimeo.

Your donations will help turn this dream into a reality. If you are able to make a financial contribution, please click the button on the right sidebar, and you will be directed to paypal. If you would like to support the project in any other way, please contact Tara Bennett (Chloe's mom) at

Our project will not stop in Syracuse. Our ultimate goal is to get an accessible playground in every county of Utah.

Thank you to our amazing sponsors for supporting our efforts!


Anonymous said...

This is a great cause and I wish you great success in raising your funds. I want to let you know that we have a playground like this in our area (Idaho Falls, ID), and the material that was used on the ground gets so hot in the summer sun that it can almost burn you. I didn't know this until last summer when my 2-year-old, when I wasn't looking, took off his sandals and went walking across it. His screams were terrifying. When I felt the material with my hand, I was shocked at how hot it was. I can't imagine what would happen if a child who wasn't able to move very well fell onto it. Anyway, just investigate your materials carefully. Good luck! --CindyB

Anonymous said...

I'm a special education teacher and also have a sister with special needs. I am SO excited that you are helping to make this playground possible for children with special needs! Chloe is beautiful by the way! :) When do you expect this playground will start being built?