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Grants can be one way of funding your recreational product needs.
We offer 40+ grants, for a complete list of  grants use the contact form HERE or call us at (810) 229-6245.
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Kaboom

KaBOOM! and Dr Pepper Snapple offer grants to qualifying organizations to purchase playground equipment, grants to communities wishing to make their playground safer, and grants to improve existing playgrounds.

Eligibility: Let's Play Community Construction: is open to U.S. based municipalities, neighborhood associations, schools, day care centers, and non-profit organizations without a playground or with existing equipment that is unsafe for children to use. Let's Play Maintenance: is open to communities that demonstrate diligence in maintaining their playground. Let's Play Completion: is open to municipalities, neighborhood associations, schools, day care centers and non-profit organizations who have built a playground without any KaBOOM! funding.
Location: Nationwide
Amount: Variable
Deadline: Rolling
Sponsor: KaBOOM! and Dr Pepper Snapple
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CVS Caremark Community Grants Program

The CVS Caremark Community Grants program awards funds for programs targeting children with disabilities and health and rehabilitation services, public schools promoting a greater level of inclusion in student activities and extracurricular programs, and initiatives that give greater access to physical movement and play.

Eligibility: Organizations must be non-profit and serve communities where CVS Caremark has a business presence.
Location: Michigan
Amount: Variable
Deadline: Rolling
Sponsor: CVS
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Department of Housing and Urban Development Block Grant Program

The Community Development Block Grant Program is a “flexible program that provides communities with resources to address a wide range of unique community development needs.” The Program works to ensure decent affordable housing, to provide services to the most vulnerable in communities and to create jobs through the expansion and retention of businesses.

Eligibility: All grantees must secure participation of low or moderate income citizens in the procurement and implementation of the grant. Eligible activities include 1) Acquisition of real property 2) Relocation and demolition 3) Rehabilitation of residential and non-residential structures 4) Construction of public facilities and improvements.
Location: Nationwide
Amount: Variable
Deadline: Rolling
Sponsor: Department of Housing and Urban Development
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  • Testimonials

    From the day we connected with Superior Play, we knew we had the right company. Eric Sheffer and his staff was extremely knowledgeable and professional. After many failed attempts chasing contractors and gathering general quotes, Superior Play was a breath of fresh air with its tailor-made plans, quotes, and endless suggestions. The entire process from start to finish was both clear and concise. We never found ourselves guessing. We always knew when and what was being installed. Our neighborhood community park is exactly what we needed right down to the equipments’ colors, which blend flawlessly with our very natural and treed environment. Superior Play is the way to go. You won’t be disappointed! If you want knowledgeable professionals and a company that will work within YOUR budget, give them a call. You’ll be playing before you know it!

    Emerald Pines Homeowner Association President