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Inspiration Playground

Construction & Momentum Moving Forward

Curved walls are going up, paths are being paved. Construction of Inspiration Playground is moving quickly toward completion by the beginning of summer, but we still need your help!

While we’ve raised 80% of the funding through Bellevue Rotary and the City of Bellevue, we still need donations to finish this remarkable project.

Click on the link below to donate, and let’s play!

Why Play for All

We believe that children of all abilities deserve to play, socialize and imagine together and to reap the many benefits such activities bring.

But, for the growing number of children with disabilities in our area, including those with sensory deficits, most playgrounds aren't fully accessible or can't accommodate their needs.

That's why the Rotary Club of Bellevue has partnered with the City of Bellevue to help fund and build a truly inclusive outdoor play environment at the Bellevue Downtown Park.

The new Inspiration Playground will have a universally accessible design and feature sensory-rich play experiences and equipment suitable for all ages and abilities.

Providing opportunities for all kids to socialize and play together not only provides much needed exercise and unstructured fun, it also helps build understanding and acceptance

We now have an opportunity for the entire community to come together to build a destination play space. With your support, the Inspiration Playground will provide a welcoming place for active and inclusive outdoor fun — a place of PLAY FOR ALL.

Click here to read the letter from our Honorary Co-Chairs Rob and Marilyn McKenna (PDF).Click here to read the letter from our Honorary Co-Chairs Rob and Marilyn McKenna (PDF).

The Facts

1 in 50

Children diagnosed with autism. — U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2013 Update

1 in 10

King County residents with a disability. — U.S. Census Bureau, 2011 American Community Survey


Children in Washington with one or more special health care needs. — National Survey of Children with Special Health Care Needs, 2009‑10


Children in King County aged 5-15 with a disability. — U.S. Census Bureau, 2011 American Community Survey

1 in 3

Children aged 2-19 considered overweight or obese. — American Heart Association, 2012 Update

People with disabilities are the nation’s largest minority group, and the only one that anyone can join at any time.

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PO Box 523
Bellevue, WA 98009