Miracle Park is a project designed for people with different abilities to play and work! It will be located in Rock Hill, SC and will be the first of it’s kind in the US!
Miracle Park consists of 2 Miracle Fields. For more information on Miracle Fields and Miracle Leagues, go to www.themiracleleague.net/
Miracle Park Consists of a 100 ft. x 200 ft. playground designed specifically for folks with different abilities.
Miracle Park will consist of 2 Multi Purpose fields which can be used for soccer, flag football, kickball, etc.
Miracle Park will include a retail space which will employ people with all abilities.
Phase 1 of Miracle Park is expected to be completed by the end of 2020 which will consist of the first Miracle Field along with the Playground. The total Timeline for full completion is 3-4 Years.
Full Fundraising efforts will begin in the Spring of 2019. For donation information, please contact us by email firstname.lastname@example.org
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York County Disabilities Foundation
The Foundation is recognized as a non-profit 501-(c) 3 entity and all contributions are tax deductible. You can donate directly via Pay Pal or you can send checks to:
The York Disabilities Foundation
PO Box 37021
Rock Hill, SC 29732
SC PUBLIC RADIO – Nation’s First Sports Park ‘Designed for All Abilities’ Breaks Ground in Rock Hill
Gov. Henry McMaster and U.S. Rep. Ralph Norman (R-5th) were on hand Wednesday to dedicate Miracle Park in Rock Hill. The Miracle Park project is the first of its kind in the United States – an outdoor recreation center built specifically to accommodate visitors of all...
Warren Norman and John Gettys join Business Rock Hill to highlight the groundbreaking of Miracle Park in Rock Hill.
SULLIVAN FOUNDATION – Winthrop University to Collaborate on Miracle Park for People of All Abilities
Sullivan Foundation partner school Winthrop University has signed an historic agreement that will allow the construction of a 15-acre park for people of all ages and abilities to play and work, the university recently announced. Called Miracle Park, it’s a...
Building a Miracle Park
for Rock Hill
First steps have been taken to build a park in Rock Hill where people with developmental disabilities can participate in baseball and other sports and compete with other children and adults with differing abilities as part of Miracle League teams across the country.
Efforts to build the park – estimated to be a $6 million project at build out – are being coordinated by the York County Disabilities Foundation, a 501(c)3 organization, that supports the activities of MaxAbilities of York County which manages programs and cares for over 600 individuals in the area with special needs.
The park will be on the site of Winthrop Park between Cherry Road and Eden Terrace adjacent to the City’s Fire Station near Winthrop University Coliseum.
Accomplished to date:
- City of Rock Hill and Winthrop University have approved ground leases of 15 acres to the Foundation.
- Additionally, the City on Nov. 13 approved $550,000 to fund infrastructure improvements, including a parking lot and restrooms, for phase one of the park development.
- The City’s Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism has agreed to manage programs at the new facility under a contract with the Foundation; Winthrop faculty and students will be participating from the sports management and special needs academic areas.
Phase one will include a “miracle” baseball field which will be custom-designed to help prevent injuries. The rubberized turf fields accommodate wheelchairs and other assistive devices. A playground is also part of the first phase which has an overall budget of approximately $1 million, including the $550,000 from the City. These funds are from the City’s share of accommodations taxes to be used to encourage tourism. The Foundation is raising the remaining $500,000; it is projected that funds will be in place and the park can be under construction within a year.
Future phases of the park are expected to include another baseball field, multi-purpose fields, shelters, additional parking and retail space to employ folks with different abilities.
For further information contact: RockHillMiraclePark@gmail.com
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