Volunteers needed for South Jersey’s first all-access playground

    A Pennsauken based non-profit is searching for volunteers to help build South Jersey’s first all-access playground.

    The Gloucester County Times reports that 300 volunteers will take on the project on Friday, September 9 and Saturday, September 10 at Challenge Grove off Brace Road in Cherry Hill.

    The volunteer effort is all part of “Build Jake’s Place” a non-profit dedicated to building playgrounds for children of every ability.

    According to the Gloucester County Times, skilled mechanics and builders will be on hand to coordinate building efforts.

    Volunteers must be 13-years of age or older.  Click here to register or call 856-662-4418 for more information.

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