Help Us Bring out the Best in Kids—Through Play.
Every child deserves a place on the playground—to grow, thrive, and learn. You have a part to play.
Playworks is able to bring out the best in kids thanks to the support and involvement of the whole community. By joining our team, donating, or sponsoring Playworks, you can help ensure that every kid gets to play every day. Your support helps kids find their superpowers on the playground.
Three Ways to Support Play
1. Join the Rock Paper Givers Society (RPGS), Playworks’ premier giving society for major donors who are deeply committed to bringing safe, healthy play to every child. This society connects members more actively to our staff, to our schools, and to each other.
2. Explore planned giving options to help the next generation thrive.
3. Make a gift today! Donate now or make a recurring monthly gift.
Other Ways to Get Involved
Schools and Districts
Get recess support for your school or district. Playworks offers onsite coaches, consultative services, and professional development for your staff.
Collaborate with Playworks to share resources with your community, or learn about Playworks training for your staff.
Learn how your company can sponsor Playworks. Or, partner with Playworks for employee engagement opportunities for your staff.
Volunteer with Playworks as an individual, or bring a group from your company to volunteer on one of our playgrounds.
Find ideas you can use right away to create a positive play environment at school or at home.
August 17, 2022
How Adults Best Create Supportive Play Communities ›
With over 25 years of experience working with kids in schools, our staff and coaches have learned many things about how to set up the most positive, inviting, engaging play experiences. The lessons they’ve learned can be applied on the playground, in the virtual classroom, and at home. When you are setting up play environments…
August 17, 2022
Helping kids to find new friends and feel included ›
Play is a natural, safe way that kids can interact with people who are different and rejoice by achieving shared goals. Interacting with people who are different at a young age is good for kids. To make sure that kids have the opportunity to play with peers outside of their normal groups, adults or youth…
April 29, 2021
Leveraging Play to Address Learning Loss ›
In order to help kids recover from learning loss, we must ensure their emotional needs are met. We need to prioritize every child’s wellbeing, and that starts with acknowledging that many kids are healing from traumas caused by the pandemic, including social, emotional, and physical impacts of COVID-19. “When children experience stress and trauma, it…
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