Community Fundraising Success Story: Cache Primary School Special Ed

September 15, 2016 in Community Fundraising, Featured Posts


This community fundraising success story really makes us smile! 🙂 A mom in Oklahoma wanted a set of Imagination Playground Big Blue Blocks for her young son’s Special Ed kindergarten program at Cache Primary School. She took her story to an online crowdfunding platform, rallied her community, and the school wound up reaching its goals! We’ve pasted her story here, or you can visit it on Learn how to launch your own fundraising success story with our free guide.

“Our son Wyatt was born with a very large, rare brain tumor called a Desmoplastic Infantile Ganglioglioma. It was found and removed when he was just 4 months old.

He is now almost 6 and amazes everyone with what he has accomplished! He is currently in the Special Ed Kindergarten at Cache Primary School in Cache, OK.

This spring, he participated in the Special Olympics at Fort Sill. The younger athletes spent the day in a gym doing events and playing with volunteer Soldiers. One of the games was an area set up with the Imagination Playground blocks. This area was by far one of the more popular areas with the kids.

We are trying to raise enough money to buy a set of the Big Blue Blocks for Wyatt’s class. This year there are 8 boys in his class with all different abilities. But they are all still active little boys! These blocks would provide opportunities not only for them to play, but to be improving muscle tone, planning skills, and social interactions.”


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