Play is in our DNA. It is fundamental to children's health, wellbeing and development. Our work is focused on providing children enough time to play, safe places to play and friendly people to play with.
Play repairs the social fabric in communities devastated by wildfires, floods and other crisis. Through play, children are empowered to feel hopeful, helping them cope with exposure to trauma.
In situations of crisis, an important part of the healing process is activating spaces for children to play. Shared play spaces allow children to form new connections, new friendships and new possibilities.