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You gave back a piece of Ainsley's childhood that illness took away

Ainsley wished to have an accessible outdoor space.

“ It's really been a profound impact for us. ”


- Kato, Ainsley's dad

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“[Ainsley’s wish] means helping her family have a better chance at something. The magnitude of what they’re going through is so big. What we can do is give them something special that’s so ordinary—the chance to spend time together outside—when they’re going through something that’s not ordinary.”

—Sue Goetz, Father Nature Landscaping

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