The Indigenous Programs Seasonal Report is Here!
Right To Play is grateful to partner with 75 Indigenous communities and urban organizations across Canada to promote life skills through play-based health and well-being practices. This report shares a snapshot of the impact of Indigenous Programs from over the past fall/winter, including updates from trainings, ice fishing and an MLSE hockey workshop.
Celebrating National Indigenous History Month
June is National Indigenous History Month in Canada. This is a time for people in Canada to come together and celebrate First Nations, Métis, and Inuit peoples; a time to reflect on, listen and learn from the diverse experiences and knowledge of Indigenous peoples across Turtle Island.
Strengthening literacy and attitudes towards equality
In Mozambique, only 4% of children in third grade read at a grade-appropriate level. But in Namaacha, where this Reading Club operates, things are changing. After school, Reading Club Instructors use games and play-based activities to help children strengthen their understanding of core literacy concepts and practice their reading skills.
Saying Thank You To Our Community of Supporters with Scotiabank
On April 18, Right To Play, with our sponsor Scotiabank, hosted a fun event to celebrate our amazing community of volunteers, donors, ambassadors, and staff! Hosted in downtown Toronto and featuring a screening of the film PLAY (2022), about Right To Play's work in Lebanon, it was a great success.
Protecting Children’s Safety and Emotional Well-being Through Play
Child Protection Specialist Huda Ghalegolabi speaks about the impact of conflict and displacement on children, and how play-based psychosocial support programs can help protect children from further harm by enabling them to cope and recover.
How parents are supporting children’s learning and development with play
Through Play to Grow, parents learn about more than their children’s social-emotional and educational developmental needs, and they learn skills and strategies to address those needs themselves.
Read the PLAY Program Year In Review!
Our PLAY Program Year in Review is here! Learn how Right To Play, in collaboration and partnership with 75 Indigenous communities across Canada, is helping to support Indigenous youth through sport and play-based learning. Read inspiring stories from communities, learn more about our new strategic plan, and get to know the truly amazing Community Mentors, youth, and programs team who makes this work possible
Help Children Recover from the Pakistan Floods
Pakistan is in crisis from the destruction caused by historic flooding. We are responding by providing mental and emotional support and distributing hygiene kits in flood-affected areas. As conditions stabilize, we will help open the doors of damaged schools so children can safely return and pursue their education.
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