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Children are amongst the most vulnerable people in the world. For many, their futures are limited by violence, child labour, early marriage, illiteracy and inequality. They fight to attend and stay in school, to be treated with dignity and respect and to be safe.

Right To Play empowers children to rise above these challenges and find their way back to hope.

Help them rise

Every dollar helps them rise

Children are amongst the most vulnerable people in the world. For many, their futures are limited by violence, child labour, early marriage, illiteracy and inequality. They fight to attend and stay in school, to be treated with dignity and respect and to be safe.

Right To Play empowers children to rise above these challenges and find their way back to hope.

Help them rise

Our Work in Canada

Learn about how partnerships with Indigenous communities are supporting young people through the power of play - and Right To Play’s commitment to Reconciliation.

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Our Work in Canada

Learn about how partnerships with Indigenous communities are supporting young people through the power of play - and Right To Play’s commitment to Reconciliation.

Learn more

Get Involved

Learn how you can make a difference! Right To Play has a number of options for how you can get involved. Host a fundraiser, join our young professionals network, become a corporate partner, or join us at an upcoming event - there’s a always a way to play!

See how we play

Get Involved

Learn how you can make a difference! Right To Play has a number of options for how you can get involved. Host a fundraiser, join our young professionals network, become a corporate partner, or join us at an upcoming event - there’s a always a way to play!

See how we play

Meet the Uprisers

Every day the children in our programs rise above challenges that rob them of their dignity, their promise and put them at risk. We honor these Uprisers.

Children like Balla, 12, who worked in Mali's most dangerous gold mines, but is now back in school, excelling in mathematics and French, and wants to become a doctor. This is her journey.

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Meet the Uprisers

Every day the children in our programs rise above challenges that rob them of their dignity, their promise and put them at risk. We honor these Uprisers.

Children like Balla, 12, who worked in Mali's most dangerous gold mines, but is now back in school, excelling in mathematics and French, and wants to become a doctor. This is her journey.

Read More

Help them rise

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