The informal group used social media like Twitter and Facebook to connect and plan their urban interventions Recently, the DMG decided to fix up broken swingsets as well, collecting $2,500 in donations over a funding website.
Tom Nardone was the driving force behind the project:
"During its March survey, the Mower Gang found 111 missing swings: 77 big swings and 34 baby swings. Once he buys the replacements, the first ones will go up in areas with the highest density of children. (There's even plans to secure them so vandals and rebel teens don't get any ideas )"