BMF proudly announces that we have started donating developmental toys to infants in a leading Neo-Natal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), who have been affected by a long-term disability or developmental delays.
BMF is proud to announce that we have donated two adaptive tricycle for 2016 and look forward to donating additional tricycles and bicycles.
BMF would like to announce that we have partnered with P.G. Chambers School to assist with their Early Intervention Program.
The early intervention program at P. G. Chambers School assists families by helping the child improve with communication, motor, learning, social, and emotional skills necessary for lifelong learning. BMF will be providing developmental and adaptive toys for infants and toddlers who have an identified disability.