On behalf of the Magical Bridge Foundation and the City of Morgan Hill, we are so THANKFUL to announce that we have begun the final design phase on our $4.2 million Magical Bridge Playground in Community Park! Soon, we will be hosting the final community input meeting where we will share design plans, solicit feedback and share how Magical Bridge Playground will give the Morgan Hill community a place to play, regardless of ability, disability, size or age. Stay tuned for the date and location for the community input meeting on our social channels.
Like with any big construction project, we know there can be unexpected costs – so we will continue accepting donations for this project to make sure the playground is MAGICALLY realized. And good news – there is still time to have your name included in the donor wall! Any donation of $300+ will include a permanent tile on our donor wall, leaving a lasting legacy of kindness, compassion, and empathy in your community. Tiles make great holiday gifts!
Construction of Magical Bridge Playground at Community Park will begin in early 2020 and open to the public in 2021.
2019 Rendering of Magical Bridge Playground in Morgan Hill
Leave a lasting legacy in the heart of your community
The Magical Bridge Donor Wall is a statement art piece in the heart of each Magical Bridge Playground. This beautiful piece holds the names of playgrounds donors along with reflective messaging around kindness and inclusion. Donations of $300 and above will be recognized with a tile on the Donor Wall. All donations are tax-deductible.
Extra Large Tile (120 characters) $5k+
Large Tile (90 characters) $1k-$4,999
Medium Tile (60 characters) $500-$999
Small Tile (30 characters) $300-$499
We’d like to recognize the following businesses, foundations, and donors for helping to make truly inclusive play a reality for everyone in Morgan Hill. We invite businesses, foundations, and community groups to contribute to this public/private community project.
$2M – City of Morgan Hill
$2M – Santa Clara Supervisor’s All Inclusive Playground Grant (AIPG)
$200k – Santa Clara County Office of Education
$50k – Acton Family Giving
$30K – Edward Boss Prado Foundation + Cecelia Ponzini
$30K – Junior League of San Jose
$25K – Morgan Hill Unified School District (coin drive and family donations)
$10K – Walmart Foundation
$10K – Valley Foundation
$5K – Tapia Construction and Restoration
$5K – CSR Real Estate
$5K – Jamart Family
$5K – Gouvela Family
$5K – Wiliams Family
$5K – Renzo and Lisa Sanchez-Silva
$5K – Kaiser Permanente of Santa Clara
$2.5K – The Sermesheim Family
$2K+ – The Order of the Eastern Star, District 16 & 17
$2K – Anna & Alex Gervacio
$2k – Ron, Shirlee, and Marsha Locicero
$2K – David and Magdalena Clink
$1500 – Morgan Hill Community Foundation (on behalf of the wine and community auction)
$1K – Catherine Rudolph
$1K – Doug & Cindy Wilber
$1K – Cormler Family
$800 – Girl Scouts of Northern California, Troop 61313
$550 – Parkin Family
$500 – The Morgan Hill Flower Lovers Club
$500 – Kent Family
$500 – Farris Family
$500 – DAnjou Family
$500 – Burnt Family
$500 – Bottazzo Family
$500 – Lordge Family
$500 – Lowenstein Family
$500 – Vaid Family
$500 – Reynolds-Sinclair Family
$500 – Ghione Family
$500 – Parent Family
$500 – Frazer Family
$500 – Bailey Family
Zone sponsorship for Corporations and Foundations
We have exciting sponsorship opportunities available at various levels ranging from $10,000 – $450,000, including zone sponsorship with your name prominently displayed in the playground showing your generous commitment to the community.
Kindly contact us if your company or foundation would like to explore sponsorship opportunities, or set up an employee lunch and learn.
Explore our Magical Bridge Playground Zones
Community Treehouse and StageThrough pretend play, children experience the full range of their senses and feelings. Barbara Butler Artist-Builder, Inc. created the first wheelchair-accessible, two-story treehouse, especially for Magical Bridge. Your entire community will undoubtedly cherish the Playhouse for years to come.