All of the work we do at KABOOM! is because we work with amazing teams! Read below to see some of the amazing organizations we work with. From schools to government officials, corporate offices to like-minded nonprofits our is better because we do it together.

Our partnership with KABOOM! has allowed us to create new and inclusive playspaces that will foster a sense of community at UDLA. We are grateful for their support and dedication to the well-being of our students.

Gary Patterson, Interim Superintendent, U.C.I.S.D.

There is a powerful, positive connection with a child’s success and the recommended daily amount of physical activity. This is why we have made Play one of the core pillars for our foundation. For children living in poverty, play is often too hard to come by as their families face many obstacles, ranging from a lack of safe places to play to under-resourced schools that cut recess and physical education

Stephen and Ayesha Curry, Co-Founders of Eat. Learn. Play.

This synergetic partnership with KABOOM! is truly a win-win! We can more quickly accomplish our goal to replace or renovate aging playspaces operated and maintained by the Department of Parks and Recreation in Prince George’s County. The additional support allows our talented and dedicated staff to utilize a multitude of resources, imagination, and pesticide-free options to deliver these incredible playspaces envisioned by the community more quickly than ever before.

Bill Tyler, Director of The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, Department of Parks and Recreation

At CarMax, we’re proud to have reached the incredible milestone of bringing 100 playgrounds to local communities across the country in partnership with KABOOM!. It’s exciting to help bring a playground to life that was designed by and for the community and our associates are energized by volunteering together and alongside the families that will enjoy the playgrounds for years to come.

Jason Ancarrow, President of The CarMax Foundation

Parents didn’t have a space to commune and grow relationships because there is no community room or community space. This playground was immediately used once it was opened for play… and working parents have a place to come together and meet after work while the children play.

Evelyn Alayon, Brockton, MA