Shanna Scheithauer (far left), Director of Accounting & HR, Troy Weik (2nd from left), Sales & Channel Manager, and Jeannie Deml (2nd from right), President & CEO, all from Enerquip, presented a $1,000 donation to Joseph Greget (center) and students at Medford Public Schools. This contribution is dedicated to the Our Village Playground – Phase 2 project at the Medford City Park.
Enerquip, an advocate for community well-being, is pleased to announce its donation of $1,000 to the Our Village Playground Project. This contribution will be pivotal in advancing the ongoing efforts to expand the inclusive and accessible playground area in Medford City Park.
The journey towards a more inclusive play space began in 2016 when a passionate group of community stakeholders gathered to envision a place where children of all abilities could come together to play, learn, and grow. Their dream materialized in the summer of 2019, bringing joy to countless families in Medford. Now, the Our Village Playground Project is embarking on Phase 2, aiming to expand the inclusive playground on the west side of Medford City Park.
Joseph Greget, Chair of the Our Village Playground Project, expressed his gratitude for Enerquip’s support, saying, “This generous donation from Enerquip exemplifies the power of community collaboration. We are truly grateful for their commitment to creating a space where every child can experience the joy of play. With partners like Enerquip, we are one step closer to realizing our vision for an expanded inclusive and accessible playground for all.”
Enerquip, deeply rooted in the belief of caring for others above oneself, recognizes the importance of making a local impact. Their commitment to improving the quality of life in the communities where they work, play, and live aligns seamlessly with the goals of the Our Village Playground Project. Through this donation, Enerquip reinforces its dedication to fostering a sense of unity and inclusivity within the Medford community.