Community Policy

Playworks provides opportunities through its websites and various social media channels to facilitate communication among individual members of the Playworks community defined as “users” (including but not limited to parents, school staff, donors, and friends), and between such users and Playworks.

Certain uses of these channels are inconsistent with this purpose, including, but not limited to:

  • posts that are unrelated to the current topic;
  • activities that are illegal or fraudulent;
  • use that inaccurately implies endorsement, approval, or sponsorship by Playworks;
  • use that can be confused with official communications of Playworks
  • activities that violate other users’ privacy, such as releasing personal information about others, such as name, address, or phone number;
  • activities that further commercial or other personal financial gain;
  • posting content that: is hateful, threatening, libelous, or pornographic;
  • incites violence; or contains nudity or graphic or gratuitous violence;
  • harassment of any individual or entity.

Playworks reserves the right to deny access to its communication channels. Playworks will deny access to those who violate the above standards or other applicable policies in these or similar practices. Participants on Playworks websites and in the various social media channels who misuse information and communication services may be removed from all online communities permanently, and they could face legal action for failure to abide by these policies and procedures. Playworks reserves the right to move or delete any postings. Please contact us at info@playworks.org for feedback or to report violations of this Code of Conduct.


For comments or inquiries into our Privacy PolicyTerms of Use and Cookie Policy, please contact Playworks by email at privacy@playworks.org.  For inquiries about PlayworksU Terms of Use, please email playworksu@playworks.org.

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