Nealy 80 percent of Cushman & Wakefield volunteers joined forces with Indy Parks and Recreation and the Indianapolis Parks Foundation last week for a Day of Caring at Northwestway Park, 5253 W. 62nd St., in Indianapolis.
Volunteers worked on improvement projects such as sprucing up the park entrance with flowers, rehabbing the interior of restroom facilities, mulching the playground area and other areas and painting the doors to the Aquatic Center
“Cushman & Wakefield has truly been committed to improving our parks through these service projects,” Dominic Cornett, Senior Manager of Community Partnerships for Indy Parks, said. “Knowing how much park-goers will enjoy the fruits of their labor, we greatly appreciate their efforts and ongoing dedication to beautifying our parks.”
Previous Cushman & Wakefield Day of Caring projects include the beautification of Juan Solomon Park, Arsenal Park, Al Polin Park, Stringtown Park and Broad Ripple Park. For more information about Indy Parks call 327-PARK, or visit www.indyparks.org.