Powerful stories of how KABOOM! transforms communities across the country
By KABOOM! | January 18, 2021
Black children, who want nothing more than to run, jump, play and belong, continue to live in a very different America than their white counterparts.
By KABOOM! | November 20, 2020
Their Eat. Learn. Play. Foundation, together with The CarMax Foundation, Oakland Unified School District and KABOOM!, announced the new playspace to hundreds of Franklin Elementary School kids
By KABOOM! | November 12, 2020
Students at Hamilton Elementary/Middle knew that nearby school systems had great playgrounds, but theirs was outdated and deemed unsafe. The community came together, overcoming the pandemic, to make sure Hamilton's kids got the playground of their dreams.
By KABOOM! | September 21, 2020
In rural communities, physical distance or a lack of a local tax base can limit kids' access to playspaces and the benefits they provide for health and well-being.
By KABOOM! | August 26, 2020
Black leaders at KABOOM! discuss the importance of prioritizing racial equity in their work and the need for racial diversity within the philanthropic sector.
By Sianna Simmons-Afari | July 23, 2020
Where can Black kids feel like they belong? Where are they truly safe? Every kid, every community, must have places where they can experience the playful moments that become lifelong memories.
By KABOOM! | May 21, 2020
Bringing a bright spot of joy to the kids hit hardest by the pandemic.
By Ronda Jackson | May 20, 2020
A Q&A with Meagan Elliott, Chief Parks Planner for the City of Detroit about creating playspace equity during the COVID-19 pandemic.
By Ronda Jackson | May 15, 2020
The next federal stimulus package must include the Rebuild Americas School Act, which would provide funding to support school construction.
By James Siegal & Ronda Jackson | May 13, 2020
To ensure cities are able to effectively meet the needs of residents, national leaders must support local governments working on the front lines to stem the damage caused by COVID-19.