October 10, 2022

It’s time for our 2022 Olivia's Big Splash Custom Bathroom Giveaway and this year we're excited to announce our ongoing  partnership with the Oliva Bloomfield Foundation! Olivia, born with congenital muscular dystrophy, advocated for inclusivity and accessibility. We're honored to carry on her legacy.

Each year we give a bathroom away to a deserving family with a child who has special needs. There are so many amazing families in our area that struggle to help their children with daily bathroom activities because most bathrooms aren’t built with accessibility in mind. We know how small changes can make a huge impact on a child’s life and that is why we started the Big Splash Bathroom Giveaway twelve years ago. It is an opportunity for our team to use their expertise to give back to the community we love so much.

Olivia's Big Splash Custom Bath Giveaway

A special thanks to Love Fund for Children. They help us spread the word to Kansas City families each year but we need your help too! You can do that by simply sharing this information with those you know or going a step further and sharing our posts on social media. Schloegel, the Olivia Bloomfield Foundation, and Love Fund for Children know that by working together a little care can make a big splash!

How it Works


We will be taking nominations for children that would benefit from an accessible bathroom now through Friday, November 4, 2022.

The giveaway includes a complete bathroom makeover which includes handicap accessible fixtures and features, a $25,000 value. The recipient will be announced the first week of December and the project will be completed in 2022. Take a look at the Giveaway Rules for more details.

Last Year’s Recipient – Macy Enderle

Macy has spent her eleven years overcoming obstacles most of us can’t fathom. She was placed with Erica Enderle when she was 4 months old. Erica knew she was meant to be Macy’s mother. She immediately worked towards adopting her and the process was completed when Macy was 2. Macy has Cerebral Palsy, Epilepsy, Cortical Visual Impairment, and GERD. In 2019 she developed GI issues requiring a g-tube and central line for nutrition.

Despite overwhelming obstacles, Macy continues to be a light to those around her. She is kind and loving with a fantastic smile and soothing energy. Her family has given her the nickname Therapy Baby because of the effect she has on others. Macy loves lighted and musical toys, cuddling, being rocked, and bouncing in her chair.

This bathroom has given my family a freedom we never thought possible. The ability to bathe my daughter and the ability to move her. To have accessibility in her own house that I would not have been able to provide for her."

– Erica Enderle