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We want to share PLAY AGAIN with as many people as possible and we need your help to do it! We rely on grassroots partners all over the world who are JUST LIKE YOU! Here are some simple ideas. Thank you for your commitment to PLAY AGAIN and the important issues it raises!
- Write a status update, tweet, or blog & talk about PLAY AGAIN.
- Join and like our Facebook page and participate in our FB SHARE the TRAILER campaign. It’s quick and easy and it will make you feel good!
- Organize a screening or fundraiser (details on our Host a Screening page).
- Donate or ask your company or business to sponsor an outreach campaign in your state. We are now raising money for an educational campaign and work with public schools.
- Get outside and PLAY!
Advocate for Green Playgrounds! In her new book Asphalt to Ecosystems: Design Ideas for Schoolyard Transformation, Berkeley-based environmental planner Sharon Danks explores ways in which landscape design, architecture, child development, and nutrition converge in the schoolyard. Danks, and many others, are inspiring communities to transform asphalt playgrounds of the past into green spaces for better learning, eating, playing and connecting. Encourage your school or neighborhood parks department to bring green playgrounds to your community!
Join the President’s Climate Commitment Do you work or study at a college or university? If your institution of higher learning does not belong to the President’s Climate Commitment, call your president, write an encouraging letter to the school paper, or ask a participating school to make a plea to your president. If your school is a member, make it known that you support their participation. The American College & University Presidents’ Climate Commitment (ACUPCC) is working to accelerate progress towards climate neutrality and sustainability by reducing greenhouse gas emissions on campuses, and empowering the higher education sector to educate students, create solutions, and provide leadership-by-example for the rest of society.
Support No Child Left Inside Visit the No Child Left Inside website (www.nclicoalition.org) for the latest updates on this important bill, sponsored by one of our PLAY AGAIN experts, Congressman John Sarbanes. Please consider calling or writing your congressional representatives as well (find your senators here and your representatives here) and ask them to support and/or co-sponsor No Child Left Inside, environmental education and nature connection for our children. And be sure to support your state’s No Child Left Inside movement!