Chicago Bears help dedicate playground at domestic violence shelter

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Tuesday, December 15, 2015

CHICAGO (WLS) -- The Chicago Bears helped provide a play space for young survivors of domestic violence.

Former Bears wide receiver Rashied Davis and chairman George McCaskey dedicated a new playground for kids in the Chicago Lawn neighborhood for children at Wings Metro, a shelter scheduled to open in February.

It is the first new safe house and domestic violence shelter to open in the city in more than 10 years.