Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service a Success!

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Playworks partnered with Kaiser Permanente employees and community members to volunteer and help community organizations to restore the Gilroy Community Greenhouse located on the Gilroy High School Campus. Our efforts that day made a big difference for the overall health of the Gilroy community. Thanks to all of our wonderful staff, AmeriCorp volunteers, and Kaiser Permanente volunteers who came out for the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service, it was a great success! Don’t miss out on the rewarding opportunity to help out in your community. For more information on upcoming events, please contact Robin Deichler at (408) 687-4849 or rdeichler@playworks.org.

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July 19, 2021

Warriors Community Foundation and Salesforce sponsor Playworks video ›

Playworks is delighted to share this video showcasing our continued partnership with the Warriors Community Foundation and Salesforce during the 2020-21 school year! We are grateful for our highlighted partners, Catholic Charities Maureen & Craig Sullivan Youth Services in San Francisco and Manzanita Community School in Oakland. Playworks has delivered safe and healthy play to…

March 25, 2021

Top 6 Games to Play Physically Distant with No Equipment ›

As more and more schools transition back to in-person learning, we know educators are looking for games that are physically-distant and don’t require equipment. The need for play is more important than ever due to the isolation that our kids have endured during COVID-19. Play encourages creativity, flexibility, teamwork, and other critical social skills. We’ve…

March 12, 2021

Playworks: One Year Later ›

One year ago… All of our partner schools closed their buildings and our work serving kids in schools risked coming to a halt. We knew our mission had to continue. We remained committed to providing opportunities for joy and connection through play for kids in a COVID safe way, regardless if their school was virtual,…