20-30 Club donates over $6,000 to Capper Foundation

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TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) -- The Capper Foundation received a generous donation that will help them update a tool they've used for over 20 years.

The Active 20-30 Club of Topeka gave the foundation $6,199 to update their current interactive metronome and to get another one.

The interactive metronome is used to help kids with autism, ADHD, hemiplegia, and other balance and coordination issues. Addressing these issues helps kids have more independence in the future.

Having the second unit will allow the capper foundation to work with more children in that area.