In celebration of #WorldKindnessDay and #RealPlayersDontBully, we want everyone to know it’s cool to be kind!
With the contagious power of positivity and kindness, you can help shift the culture of your school, community, and world. We, at Playworks, are changing school culture by leveraging the power of safe, fun, and healthy play at school. We create a place for every kid on the playground to feel included, be active, and build valuable social and emotional skills. We are aiming to reduce bullying and increase inclusion by creating a generation of kinder, empathetic kids with caring, consistent role models.
Check out these stories of kids radiating kindness:
Angelique has been a cheerful student at Bayard Taylor Elementary School since she was in Kindergarten. Last year, with the encouragement from her friends and family, she became a Playworks Junior Coach at her school. Read more about Angelique from Pennsylvania.
Watch news stories and videos from our partners like the Detroit Lions and Baltimore Ravens, Cyrus Jones.
Real Players Supporting Playworks
Read about some of the events around the nation celebrating kindness and inclusivity including the Let’s End Bullying event in the nation’s capital. We are honored to have the support for our Real Players Don’t Bully campaign of such notable individuals who have taken time out of their busy schedules to take the vow of inclusivity and have encouraged kindness during a time where it is very much needed. Our supporters include Nick Cannon, Cyrus Jones of Baltimore Ravens, actress Lizzie Greene, Detroit Lions, Denver Broncos including Troy Fumagalli, Will Parks, and Linebacker Joe Jones, former Arizona Cardinal, Andre Wadsworth, Jennifer Hammond from Fox 2 Detroit, Robin Kinnie, President of Motor City Woman, singer-songwriter, Chris Urguiaga and they are showing how real players don’t bully on and off the playground! #itscooltobekind