The West Woods Playground & Recess Expansion Committee (PTO sub-committee) would like to thank the many parent volunteers, generous community, Farmington School System, Town of Farmington, and State of Connecticut for their tremendous outpouring of support for the West Woods Playground & Recess Expansion Project. We are happy to announce that approximately $200,000 was raised through donations and pledges!
A working committee composed of representatives from the Farmington School System and the Town of Farmington are currently in the process of developing the final design to best fit within the project budget, engineered design, and other considerations. We look with great anticipation of completing this exciting project in the near future!
Unionville Lions Club $50,000
State of Connecticut $50,000
Farmington Community Chest $20,000
West Woods Upper Elementary School Students (2017-2018)
Highland Park Market
Farmington Rotary Club
The Alexander Preston Franklin Foundation
Families of FWE
West District School PTO
Union School PTO
Noah Wallace School PTO
East Farms School PTO
Mark and Wendy Wilson of The REACH Foundation
The Walt Disney Company Foundation
Soma Movement Studio
Petit Family Foundation
Connecticut Children's Medical Center - Orthopedics
Flips Gymnastic Center
84 Lumber Company
Farmington Exchange Club
California Pizza Kitchen
Taprock of Unionville
Valley Fitness Center
Quinoco Energy Services Inc.
Eric Foley Photography
Unionville Auto Body
Tink's Magical Vacations with Amy
Farmington Valley Dance and Music
Marine Corps - Okinawa, Japan
Emerald Screen Printing
Butchers & Bakers
The Unionville Lions Club is a leader in humanitarian service by meeting the needs of people in Unionville and Farmington. In the past they have generously donated funds for a handicap accessible van, West District Boundless Playground, Farmington's dial-a-ride van, and provided many scholarships to Farmington High School students.
The Rotary Club of Farmington is network of neighbors, friends, leaders, and problem-solvers who come together to make positive, lasting change in communities at home and abroad. They have generously donated to UCONN Health, Farmington Library, Youth Baseball, and various scholarships.
The Farmington Community Chest is a non-profit organization founded in 1931 for the benefit of the Farmington community. The central goal is to improve health, education opportunities, and community life. They generously donate to many organizations such as the Farmington Food Bank, Food Pantry, Summer Camp Assistance, College Scholarships, and Services for the Elderly.