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"Play. That's the best way kids learn -- doing something they enjoy." Trish Thomas, America's Most Playful Family Contest winner
More than 275 companies have partnered with KaBOOM! to bring play to underserved children. As a result, our partners have engaged employees, empowered communities, built stronger brands and given children the childhood they deserve.
In 2013, Dr Pepper Snapple Group (DPS) and KaBOOM! exceeded our goal to build, open or improve 2,000 playgrounds nationwide, benefitting an estimated 5 million children.More
Since 2006, Foresters has invested over $10 million with KaBOOM! to build almost 120 playgrounds in communities across North America by the end of 2015 and enhance family well-being.More
The CarMax Foundation will impact the lives of 100,000 underserved children and families by the end of 2015 by building and mapping playspaces across the country.More
Since 2007, Disney has pledged more than $8 million to help build more than 40 playgrounds and give away 30 Imagination Playground sets.More
Since 2006, JetBlue has helped provide a safe place to play for over 40,000 children by engaging more than 4,300 volunteers to build 18 playgrounds.More
Playful City USA Program
The Humana Foundation is a proud sponsor of Playful City USA as part of its commitment to supporting programs that promote healthy lives and communities.More
Cause Marketing Program
By the end of 2014, The Makers of Children's Claritin® will be bringing play to 4 deserving communities with new sets of Imagination Playground.More
Morgan Stanley will build six additional playgrounds in the next 18 months and support research to show the health and wellness impacts of the projects.More
Yokohama Tire Corporation has designated KaBOOM! as the beneficiary of YTC's title sponsorship of the Yokohama Tire LPGA Classic.More
Scott Naturals® Tube-Free Bath Tissue, a Kimberly-Clark brand, has partnered with KaBOOM! to ensure that all kids get the balanced and active play they need to thrive.More