Photo: Enerquip President & CEO Jeannie Deml (pictured right) presents a $500 donation to Stetsonville Elementary School (SES) Principal SuAnn Schroeder for the upcoming SES Inclusive Playground project.
Enerquip has proudly donated $500 to the future inclusive playground at Stetsonville Elementary School (SES).
Starting this summer, the SES outdoor play area will be getting a revamp. The new space will provide inclusive play areas for students during the school day and recreational areas for families to enjoy year-round.
“We’re eager to get this project started and are so thankful for the community’s support to help bring this space to life,” says SuAnn Schroeder, Principal of SES. “The design of this space will make play and recreation accessible for all students and community members.”
Enerquip’s $500 donation will go towards purchasing an adaptive swing. Essential for children with sensory integration issues, adaptive swings are designed for children and adults to help improve vestibular function, develop spatial perception, and improve trunk control.
Making a local impact in the community is vital to the team at Enerquip. Caring for others and improving quality of life are at the heart of Enerquip’s community giving programs.
“We enjoy making contributions that support the physical and emotional wellbeing of our community,” says Jeannie Deml, Enerquip President & CEO. “We are happy to support our local schools on their journey to create more inclusive spaces for the benefit of students and families.