SAN FRANCISCO (KTVU) - A group of preschoolers presented San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee with over $200 to help repair the Koret Children's Quarter Playground.
The playground was vandalized on June 25 when someone torched it overnight.
Stepping Stones Preschoolers are stepping up by raising $ to repair the damaged GG Park Playground. 🙏 to our young leaders & slide advocates pic.twitter.com/2NWeXYzLX3— Mayor Ed Lee (@mayoredlee) June 29, 2017
The Stepping Stones Preschool students raised the money by holding a lemonade stand. They raised $283.09 total.
Officials say thee repairs are estimated to cost over $1 million. The park was originally opened in 1888 and reopened in 2007 after a $3.8 million renovation.
Police have not caught the person or persons responsible for the vandalism. There are security cameras in place and there will now be extra patrols in the area.
You can donate to the San Francisco Rec and Park Alliance here.