Clinton Corners, NY – Madi’s Way, an educational learning center dedicated to children and families faced by emotional struggles – resulting from divorce or loss of a family member, is proud to announce the grand opening of their educational learning center. The ribbon cutting ceremony will take place on (date and time) followed by grand opening tours and festivities (starting at) The festivities will include a sampling of upcoming classes, refreshments, live music, and visits with the farm animals.
Madi’s Way was formed in memory of Madison Dingee, who passed away at the age of sixteen years old in December of 2021. Her beauty shined both inside and out, and her spirit will continuously live on in the hearts of her family and community.Madi’s Way was formed to continue the memory of Madison’s kind spirit and giving nature. Our goal at Madi’s Way is to remind families that children are conceived out of love, and they deserve a safe and supportive environment to grow and thrive. Providing children with the opportunity to free their minds and spirits of any struggling thoughts and ability to enjoy some peaceful and productive time in an environmentally friendly atmosphere.
The center offers personalized, interactive learning opportunities such as gardening, agriculture, reading sessions, life skills; such as sewing, recreational activities and more. All are invited to walk the nature trail, feed the goats, or be up close and personal with the sheep, chickens, and miniature ponies. The center aims to help children develop skills that will enhance their mental and emotional well-being.
“We are thrilled to open our doors to the community and provide a safe and supportive environment” say’s Diana Romero. “We are grateful for the volunteers and educators who have joined us in our mission, and we look forward to working together to make a positive impact in the lives of children.”
Funds generated through donations will be used directly to provide these services to all children and their families. Madi’s Way is currently seeking volunteers and paid educators to join their team. People who are interested are welcome to contact Madi’s Way at 917-733-9363. Madi’s Way is a 501c3 non-profit organization.