Help the Play for All Park Expansion get a $75k grant from the Chick-fil-A Foundation

Residents can vote using the Chick-fil-A One app

The Play for All Park Expansion in Round Rock is a finalist in the Chick-fil-A True Inspiration Awards. Central Texas residents and their families nationwide are encouraged to help secure a $75,000 grant for the park by voting for the Play for All Expansion project using the Chick-fil-A One app on their smart phone.

Residents my go to the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store and download the Chick-fil-A One app. Residents then register their name and email, scroll to the True Inspiration Awards section, select the Southwest Region, then cast their vote for the Play for All Expansion.

Residents also earn Double Treats progress on their next purchase at Chick-fil-A. Park goers or Play for All supporters can help make dreams come true for the children of Central Texas by voting for the Play for All expansion now. Voting takes place until 10/21/2017 and the winner will be announced in late October.

All the Greater Austin Chick-fil-A restaurants are a proud sponsor of the Play for All Park Expansion.

On March 3, 2012, the original Play for All Park opened with a community-wide celebration. After 5 years in the making, Central Texas Children of all abilities had a one of a kind park to play side by side without limitations. Making the park a reality has truly was a community-wide effort and a dream come true for the children of Central Texas and children across the nation.

The original park was made possible with the help from the entire community. The City was able to build a 1.3-million-dollar park for $600,000 in City funding with the help of the Play for All Foundation a non-profit organization, as well as awarded grants, in-kind donations and sponsorships from local businesses.

The park has truly become a treasure and from opening day, millions have visited the park from Central Texas and across the nation. Throughout the year, children are bussed in from surrounding communities to enjoy this one of a kind park. The need and love of this park has far surpassed expectations and construction has already begun on the expansion.

The Play for All Foundation and the City of Round Rock Parks and Recreation Department joined forces again to expand the Play for All Park. After hosting several community input meetings, plans are in place to take the Play for All Park to the next level by doubling the size of the current park by creating 3 additional themed play spaces and expanding 4 current play spaces. The construction process began early summer of 2017 with the completion date of fall 2017.

The non-profit Play for All Foundation has raised close to $500,000 for the park expansion. Local businesses and several local service clubs have contributed to the park making the expansion a reality. The fundraising process will continue throughout the construction process. Donations of any amount to the Play for All Park Expansion can be made at

More about the Chick-fil-A True Inspiration Awards

At Chick-fil-A we believe in hard work and leading by example, and we’re passionate about helping our nation’s youth be everything they can be and more. All we do represents the generous spirit that flowed through our founder, Truett Cathy.

The True Inspiration Awards represent that spirit and the Chick-fil-AFoundation’s mission. Each year, we recognizing organizations from across the country that help inspire and motivate our future leaders.

The organizations recognized by the True Inspiration Awards go above and beyond in the fields of innovative education, leadership and youth entrepreneurship. They are working hard to make a lasting difference in their local communities.

Community groups and lead sponsors for the Play for All Expansion include: Nyle Maxell Family of Dealerships, Chasco Constructors, Wag A Bag, Nolan Ryan Foundation/Round Rock Express, Dell Children’s/Ascension, Musco Lighting, The Atmos Energy/Robert W. Best Charitable Giving Fund, Austin Area Chick-fil-A, Round Rock Police Department Foundation, Matt & Natasha Baker REALTORS, 360 Engineering, Studio 16:19, Inland Geodetics, Waeltz & Prete, Inc. Civil Engineers, KAH Architecture, Kiwanis Round Rock, Round Rock Lions Noon Club, Rotary Round Rock and Sertoma Round Rock, Rotary Club of Round Rock Sunrise.

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