Nestled in a quiet, picturesque setting in Sandusky, Ohio, Parkvue Community has beautiful flowers, landscaping and water features for residents to enjoy. One of the highlights for all has been the walking path. However, years of weather and wear have made it difficult to use, with deep cracks across its surface. Discouraged by the state of the path, residents rallied together to raise the $13,000 needed to restore it. One anonymous donor contributed $1,000 to kickstart the campaign. Then, thanks to grants from the Randolph J. and Estelle M. Dorn Foundation, the Randolph J. and Estelle M. Dorn Foundation Charitable Impact Fund at the Erie County Community and the Mylander Foundation, the project was well on its way. But the biggest impact, if not in dollars, came from the heart — donations from residents, staff members and memorial donors. In total, Parkvue raised $14,820, and restoration will begin this spring.