Madison’s Place




What Is Madison’s Place?Playground2-photoshop

The Madison Claire Foundation has partnered with business and community leaders to build our first project – Madison’s Place –the Twin Cities’ East Metro’s first completely handicapped accessible, “inclusive playground” where children with and without disabilities can play together side by side to foster friendships, understanding, and acceptance. Every facet of the 16,000 square foot structure located on the perimeter of the Bielenberg Sports Center Complex in Woodbury, Minnesota has been designed to optimize accessibility for individuals of all capacities.    With the addition of an accessible splash pad to the project and accessible bathrooms,  Madison’s Place will be a destination park that was the vision of the foundation.




Not only will Madison’s Place give all children the opportunity to play, but will also give parents that are disabled the opportunity to play with their young children on the playground.      We are working hard to raise the funding needed to begin construction, but we need your help to make this happen.     We are well over halfway to our goal, but we need the help of the community to finish the funding.    Please help us by making a donation today.


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Become a sponsor of Madison’s Place – being located at the Bielenberg Sports Complex that has over 1 million visitors each year, Madison’s Place will be a regional destination making your one time gift a highly visible sponsorship opportunity with acknowledgement on the permanent donor sign.   See our sponsorship page for level opportunities and contact Dana at dana@madisonclairefoundation for more information.