KABOOM! 25 in 5 Initiative to End Playspace Inequity
KABOOM! is seeking municipal partners enthusiastic about creating equitable access to play spaces to join the 25 in 5 Initiative to End Playspace Inequity. Through this initiative, KABOOM! is working with municipal systems across the country including Baltimore City Schools, Atlanta Public Schools, and the San Francisco Park & Recreation Department to end playspace inequity at the scale it exists in their communities, ensuring that every child can experience the critical developmental benefits of play. Click here to learn more about the 25 in 5 Initiative.
The 25 in 5 Initiative Interest Survey is a first step that allows KABOOM! to learn more about a municipal system and gauge their readiness to partner to mobilize funding, engage community members, and identify the key stakeholders in the execution of this work.
Please share this information with any municipal partners you work with. They can click here to complete the 25 in 5 Initiative Interest Survey, open now through September 15th, 2023!
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