We have been following the Toms River Field of Dreams' as they have worked to build the first-ever fully accessible park. Their goal is to promote inclusion by building a space that everyone of all ages with various physical and social capabilities can use and enjoy.

There is another fundraiser happening this weekend to help raise money that will go towards building this amazing space.

Happening this Sunday, August 4th from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM at the Bay Lea Park Soccer Complex is a clean-up fundraiser.

Everyone is going to come together to clean up the complex and there will be a jar out during the event for donations that will go towards building the all-inclusive park.

Help to clean up the Jersey Shore while simultaneously helping an additional good cause? Sounds like a win, win to me.

If you can't make the clean-up fundraiser happening this weekend, another way that you can help is to make a donation at the Toms River Field of Dreams GoFundMe Page and share about their cause on social media to help get the word out there.

At this point, the organization just needs a little help to fundraise the FINAL $200,000 of the original $2.2 million needed to finish the all-inclusive park.

Todd Frazier has double big news (Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)

NY Mets player and Toms River's own, Todd Frazier just recently donated a whopping $50,000 to the Toms River Field of Dreams which is obviously a HUGE financial help for this project.

For more information, visit the event's Facebook Page or you can visit the Tom's River Field of Dreams website for more information on how to donate or get involved.

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