We promote children's right to play as enshrined in the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. Everyone with an interest in the wellbeing of children must updhold the importance of play.
We provide play as a critical disaster response and recovery strategy. Playing helps children recover a sense of normality and joy after their experience of loss, displacement and trauma.
We activate well-designed indoor spaces for playing that are flexible and offer an appropriate range of opportunities for children of different ages, abilities, circumstances and interests.
Quality outdoor play spaces are important destinations for socializing and fostering a sense of belonging. We create pop-up outdoor play spaces that enable shared experiences for people of all ages and abilities.
Families who are experiencing situations of crisis can feel disengaged from their local community. By linking our play projects with local services, we help families integrate with the local community or community services.
Our play ambassadors visit parts of the community to offer a range of play opportunities that children may not have access to otherwise.