PRLog - July 8, 2014 - RYE, N.Y. -- Tommie Cares Foundation is pleased to partner again with Westchester County’s Office for the Disabled and the Department of Parks, Recreation and Conservation to host a half-day adventure on the water at Rye Playland for those with special needs on July 11th. Tommie Cares is also proud to sponsor the 39th annual Playland Day for People with Disabilities which serves more than 7,000 Westchester County residents with a disability and members of their immediate family.
On the Water at Rye Playland
Tommie Cares is seeking volunteers (http://tommiecares.org/
“We are so happy to support Westchester County and the Office for the Disabled in the annual Playland Day event,” said Tom Kallish, founder of Tommie Cares. “We look forward to a long lasting partnership and also helping more people with disabilities enjoy real-life adventures.”
“I want to thank Tommie Cares for their partnership and offering those with disabilities a day of adventurous fun and excitement while bringing our community closer together,” said County Executive Robert Astorino.
“Community outreach is a large part of what we do,” said Brent Beck from New York Outrigger. “Tommie Cares’ event at Rye Playland is an amazing opportunity to share our sport with a group of very special kids.”
Participation for those with special needs (http://tommiecares.org/
Tommie Cares Foundation is funded through donations, grants and generous sponsorships.
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Tommie Cares Foundation is a non-profit entity building community, possibility, compassion and understanding through inclusive, real-life adventures for those with physical and developmental needs. Learn more at: tommiecares.org