Crowdfunding campaign launched for Hums Park Hammock Station

(Photo supplied/City of Mishawaka)

A crowdfunding campaign has been launched in an effort to bring a Hammock Station to Hums Park.

In order for the project to happen, the campaign must reach a $7,500 fundraising goal by February 28. If successful, the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority (IHCDA) will provide a matching grant as part of its CreatINg Places program.

The CreatINg Places program is available to projects throughout Indiana communities, including non-profit entities and Local Units of Government. Since 2016, the program has raised more than $4.5-million in public funds and an additional $3.7-million in match IHCDA funds.

The Hammock Station will feature multiple, durable hammocks to be used year-round.

To learn more, or donate to the campaign, click here.

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