Right To Play's digital Playhouse encourages physical distancing fun at home

Jun 22 2020, 4:22 pm

Right To Play Playmakers, a movement of young professionals across Canada who are passionate about raising funds and awareness for the children in Right To Play programs, has created an online space where anyone can find new ways to play at home during the pandemic.

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The Playmakers Instagram has been utilized to create Playhouse, recognizing the importance of accessing play in all forms while physical distancing measures are in place. Playhouse is accessible to anyone.

The Playmakers are individuals who donate $25 or more and receive access to exclusive events.

 

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The events and experiences Playmakers create are rooted in the values of play – fun, active, social, and engaging. From yoga with a Cirque du Soleil performer and workouts with Olympic athletes to cooking classes with top chefs and meditation exercises, Playhouse is curated content to keep the body and mind moving until everyone can play safely together again.

Right To Play is a global non-profit organization focused on empowering children through play with the knowledge and skills to drive change in their lives, their families, and their communities.

Sign up to be part of the Right To Play Playmaker’s movement here.

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