Community joins forces with nonprofit to advance playspace equity
Celebrating the 100th playspace The CarMax Foundation has built in its longstanding partnership with KABOOM!
The KABOOM! 25 in 5 Initiative to End Playspace Inequity ensures equitable connection with nature through play for kids in every neighborhood through playground transformations.
Community unites with partners to support healing and advance playspace equity in Uvalde through nonprofit’s 25 in 5 Initiative to End Playspace Inequity
Applications now open: $1 million in grants to be awarded for creating unique playful learning installations in everyday locations across Philadelphia.
The playground project marks the beginning of a deep-rooted commitment to the Uvalde community as they look ahead to recover after the tragedy, working to build more playspaces to ensure every kid has a joyful place to play
Partnership with Baltimore City Public Schools and Baltimore City Recreation and Parks, with the support of the Office of the Mayor, will ensure every child has a place to play at school and in parks, making progress towards Initiative’s goal of ending playspace inequity in 25 places in five years
Building on 10-Year Partnership, KABOOM! and CarMax Will Build 25 Playgrounds over 3 Years in High-Need Areas
KABOOM! joins Boys & Girls Club of Walker County, Powell Foundation, City of Huntsville, and Huntsville Independent School District to kickstart seven community-led, green playground projects at elementary schools, parks, and Boys & Girls Club
Nonprofit responds to the urgent needs facing children, especially in communities of color, during ongoing COVID-19 crisis; Donation is the first significant investment in the KABOOM! 25 in 5 Initiative to End Playspace Inequity in 25 places within the next five years
Researchers and community members in East Colfax Corridor, Otero County and Rio Grande County are undergoing an 18-month effort to map play deserts
Nature Exploration Area at Heron’s Head Park Named Winner of "Safe, Clean, Sustainable and Child-Friendly Environments" Category