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  • Reimagining Play in Natural Spaces

    KABOOM! is on a mission to end playspace inequity and we recognize that addressing limited access to nature is a key part of this work. We are focused on ensuring that we acknowledge environmental concerns that affect the communities we work with by supporting sustainability and creating opportunities for nature-based play.

  • A Summer with KABOOM!

    This summer, KABOOM! had the privilege of hosting a University of Delaware Biden Institute summer intern, Grace Mahony. Grace is beginning her junior year this…

  • The Importance of Black Nonprofit Leadership in Defining Racial Equity Strategies

    Black leaders at KABOOM! discuss the importance of prioritizing racial equity in their work and the need for racial diversity within the philanthropic sector This…

  • Partnership: Build together; Give credit where credit is due; Create circles not lines
  • Humility: Always listening, always learning; Seek progress not perfection
  • Equity: Center and amplify community voices; Move at the speed of trust; Address racial inequities
  • Play: It only takes a single spark; Bring play, joy, and purpose to your work
  • Accountability: Be accountable to communities and each other Promise then deliver

KABOOM! is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity employer that is dedicated to ending playspace equity, ensuring every kid has a place to play, learn, and grow. We prioritize diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging as an integral part of our culture.

We strongly encourage people of color (including bilingual and bicultural), all genders and gender identities, people of all abilities, LGBTQ individuals, veterans, and national service alumni to apply.

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