Please join us for the 5th Annual Benefit for Make The World Better presented by HealthBridge Chiropractic on Wednesday, June 12th, from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Philadelphia 76ers Training Complex.
The event will feature mingling with special guests; games and free throw contests on the courts; drinks, dinner and dessert bites; and striking views of the Philadelphia skyline.
Make The World Better (MTWB) was founded by 10-year NFL Veteran Connor Barwin and Jeffrey Tubbs in 2013. MTWB works to connect people and inspire stewardship through public space revitalization projects. While the creation of high-quality, safe and accessible parks and playgrounds is a core goal of the organization, equally important is how this process can spark community engagement, create a renewed sense of pride and connectivity among neighbors, and ensure the long-term success of the playground - and the larger community. Ralph Brooks Park and Smith Playground in South Philadelphia have been completed and reopened, and after completion of Phase One of construction at Waterloo Playground in West Kensington in 2018, MTWB and partners are currently working towards a summer groundbreaking on the final phase of construction at Waterloo. We have also just kicked off our fourth and biggest project to date at Vare Recreation Center in Grays Ferry, South Philadelphia.
The successes and forward momentum of these community development projects have been made possible with generous support from HealthBridge Chiropractic and friends, who have collectively contributed over $200K in the last 4 years through this annual event!
Along with MTWB, HealthBridge Chiropractic believes in creating positive social impact in the communities we serve. HealthBridge is proud to support these important community development projects that improve the quality of life of Philadelphians across our city. Your support will help transform parks like Waterloo Playground and Vare Recreation Center that are essential neighborhood resources and hubs for community health and wellness. We thank you for being a part of this movement and for helping to create stronger, well-connected communities!
To learn more about MTWB’s work, check us out on Facebook and Instagram @mtwbFoundation and on our website: www.mtwb.org.