TRUMBULL \u2014 Jeffrey Kunkel didn\u2019t want the people at Make-A-Wish Connecticut to spend a dime of their money repairing a sports field that was torn up by vandals a few weeks ago. \u201cThere\u2019s no reason that any of their money should go to anything other than children who are sick,\u201d said Kunkel, CEO of Trumbull Helps, an organization that provides a variety of assistance across the region. So, on Saturday, Kunkel, along with roughly 50 other volunteers, showed up at the Make-A-Wish property with topsoil, grass seed, rakes, shovels and other tools, eager and willing to repair the damage. Those in attendance included members of the Nichols Fire Department and the Trumbull Volunteer Fire Company. After a little work, Kunkel said, \u201cthe field is good. People really stepped up.\u201d According to Make-A-Wish Connecticut officials and Trumbull police, some time between the evening of Saturday, March 12 and Sunday, March 13, someone drove over the field, leaving large tire tracks throughout. On Monday, Trumbull police public information officer Brian Weir said there have been no leads on the case. \u201cThere was not really much information provided to the Trumbull police during the report of this vandalism,\u201d Weir said. \u201cThere was a police report made upon discovery of the damage. However, there was no suspect vehicle, or person information provided. There have been no vehicle\/person suspects determined, and no further leads developed as of this time.\u201d The efforts of the community to repair the field were inspiring, said Carin Buckman, Make-A-Wish Connecticut\u2019s marketing, communications and digital manager. \u201cMake-A-Wish Connecticut is heartened and so grateful for community effort and support,\u201d Buckman said. \u201cHaving our neighbors rally on our behalf was a wonderful silver lining.\u201d She said, in addition to the fire departments, those who turned up included children the organization has helped and their families, plus some local politicians. Fairfield-based Becker Companies, LLC also donated soil for the project. Kunkel said, in addition to helping Make-A-Wish, Trumbull Helps also assisted another organization Saturday. With the volunteers finishing their work sooner than expected, there were \u201ctons\u201d of leftover pizza that he had ordered for lunch for the workers. The uneaten pizza was donated to Spooner House in Shelton, Kunkel said.