Round Up Your Change To Help Kids Play

  1. Updates

Did you know that there are over 104,000 elementary age kids in Georgia? Many of these kids don’t get to experience regular recess and the opportunity to learn essential life skills that will set them up for success in the 21st Century Global Workforce.

Playworks has partnered with SoftGiving to provide a platform for anyone to contribute to the success of our youth today!

By joining our Changemaker Program and using your everyday debit or credit card to donate pennies, you can ensure that Playworks provides Georgia kids with healthy and inclusive play.

Elementary students with strong social and emotional skills are:
  • 54% more likely to graduate from high school
  • 2x more likely to attain a college degree
  • 46% more likely to have a full-time job by age 25
Sign up to donate your change and transform those pennies to play. As a thank you, one lucky donor who signs up by June 30 will receive a $50 restaurant gift card.
Together, we can help kids impact each other and transform their school in a positive way on the playground, in the classroom, and in life.

More Updates

May 27, 2020

Play At Home: Week of June 1, 2020 ›

Social-Emotional Skill of the Week: Social Awareness & Perspective Taking Perspective-taking is the ability to see a situation from the viewpoint of another person–understanding their feelings, intentions, thoughts, or view of a particular situation. Resources for the Week of June 1, 2020 Game of the Day Challenge Are you ready to #PlayAtHome? We are challenging…

May 20, 2020

Play At Home: Week of May 25, 2020 ›

Social-Emotional Skill of the Week: Social Awareness Social awareness is the ability to empathize with and understand the perspective of someone else, even though their background and culture might be different from yours. Resources for the Week of May 25, 2020 Game of the Day Challenge Are you ready to #PlayAtHome? We are challenging students…

Kids playing outdoors
Kids playing outdoors

May 15, 2020

How schools can approach recess in the 2020 school year ›

How can principals incorporate COVID-19 lessons into recess next school year? 1. Teach games that allow for physical distance. Educators can/should intentionally plan recesses that enable kids to play while meeting expectations for social or physical distance. 2. Prepare for virtual game facilitation. Kids can continue to have access to play during the school day…