Heritage Community Playground Revitalization
Core Community Park (2013) & Maple Leaf Park (2014)
In 2011 HCA undertook the Heritage Neighbourhood Child & Youth Needs Assessment as a way to assist us in establishing priorities and planning programs and services with the dual focus of crime prevention and addressing youth needs.
Through the Needs Assessment it became clear that Core Community and Maple Leafs Parks are two important community resources that need to be maintained and further developed. As such, HCA has undertaken a two stage process of playground revitalization for both parks.
With the support of many organizations and in partnership with the City of Regina, HCA installed a new playground in Core Community Park in October 2013. We will continue to fundraise throughout this year with the goal of achieving the next phase of the project: the replacement of Maple Leaf Park playground in 2014.
Thank you to the following supporters for making our new Core Community Park & Maple Leaf playgrounds possible:
Community Initiatives Fund – Community Vitality Fund
Scotiabank Charity Golf Tournament
Farm Credit Canada – Regina Spirit Fund
City of Regina – Multi-Stream Grant
CUETS Financial, a division of MBNA Canada Bank
Halifax Holdings Inc.
Individuals & Organizations (misc.)