Kendra Scott Jewelry and Richardson East Rotary Club are hosting a Kendra Gives Back Party March 30th to raise funds for Richardson's Inclusive Playground. Shop from 6-9 pm at the Watters Creek location in Allen while enjoying free cupcakes, lemonade and champagne. 20% of all proceeds will go back to the Inclusive Playground project at Cottonwood Park in Richardson.
Kendra Scott also is offering a door prize consisting of her Rayne Ivory Necklace and Sophee Earrings ($135 value) to a lucky attendee who registers at the event.
Inclusive playgrounds make a fundamental statement about how a community values meaningful play experiences for people of all ages and abilities. Although inclusive playgrounds are a bigger undertaking and require more planning and funding, they are a space that everyone can share, which benefits the entire community.
“Imagine a place where people of all ages, abilities and capacities can come together and find the joy of fun and challenging play – side-by-side,” said Lori Smeby, director of Richardson’s Parks and Recreation Department. “That’s the goal of an inclusive playground and it fits with the goals our City Council has adopted to make sure we are an inclusive city.”
Want to contribute to the Inclusive Park, but can't attend the event? Go here to donate via PayPal.
Learn more about the inclusive playground project here, and more about the Kendra Scott event here.
Richardson East Rotary Club is a service and social organization chartered in 1985. Rotary is the world's largest service organization, bringing together leaders and doers to use their strengths and talents to solve community and global problems.