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Right To Play Playmakers

Right To Play Playmakers is a membership program for Canada's next generation of community leaders. 

 

Playmakers uses Play to generate awareness and support for Right To Play, who in turn uses Play to tackle fundamental needs like promoting gender equality, teaching empathy, and empowering and protecting children or youth affected by conflict, disease and poverty.

 

Playmakers participate in monthly events with like-minded individuals aged 25-40 to get physically active and engaged in their community – all in support of a great cause!

 

Events are consistent with what we love about Play:

  1. Active
  2. Inclusive
  3. Fun!

Come Play with us today!

 

 

RIGHT TO PLAY PROTECTS, EDUCATES AND EMPOWERS CHILDREN THROUGH THE POWER OF PLAY

 

Founded in Toronto in 2000, Right To Play runs programs in 16 countries around the world. Our work reaches more than one million children and youth weekly through play-based programming. We work with more than 85 Indigenous communities and urban organizations in Canada.

 

We are pioneers in a unique approach to learning and develop that engages children through play. We rigorously research, develop and test innovative programs that use play in all of its forms. We train local volunteer community leaders and teachers as Coaches to run our programs. In partnership with these Coaches, we develop programs based on the needs of their communities.

 

 

 

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