Keeping Kids Safe
The Lima Noon Optimist Club and the Lima City Police Department built Safety City in 1978 and it has served over 100,000 youth in Allen County and beyond! Children learn valuable skills in regards to street safety, fire safety and threats of personal harm.
After 30 years, the buildings have deteriorated and need to be replaced to better serve the youth.
*Curbs and sidewalks need to be constructed for safety reasons.
*Expansion of the existing classroom and office is needed to accomodate an ever expanding youth.
*A new two-story "Survive Alive House" is to better our fire safety classes.
*A larger and more secure storage building is needed to house the bikes and program equipment.
Your help is needed to fund these improvements to help us better serve our youth. Please consider a tax deductible contribution to help us keep our children safe.
For more information on purchasing a tax deductable building site, please contact Ben Anderson at (419) 999-3030