Nonprofit Collaborations

We have been lucky enough to collaborate with some pretty amazing nonprofit organizations over the years.  Here are just a few of these partnerships:

We created a Bay Area Earthquake Resiliency Map for the Bay Area Science Festival: http://blog.play-well.org/2016/11/29/creating-a-bay-earthquake-resiliency-map-at-the-bay-area-science-festival/

We built a replica of the Lucille Packard Children’s Hospital out of LEGO® Materials: http://blog.play-well.org/2016/10/31/rebuilding-lucile-packard-childrens-hospital-stanford/

We helped kids build LEGO® Gingerbread Houses for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation’s Christmas Fundraiser: http://blog.play-well.org/2013/12/16/juvenile-diabetes-research-lego-gingerbread-house-build/

We collaborate with Make-A-Wish SF Foundation to provide kids a fun LEGO® event prior to Super Bowl 50: http://blog.play-well.org/2016/02/05/make-a-wish-49ers-play-well/

We bridge the gap between Senior Citizens and kids through play: http://blog.play-well.org/2013/04/29/bridging-the-gap-between-seniors-and-students-using-lego/

We collaborated with Northern California NPR affiliate, KQED, to create a Curious George World out of LEGO® Materials: http://blog.play-well.org/2012/10/27/curious-george-kqed-and-play-well/

We built a logo for TEDxOnBoard: http://blog.play-well.org/2017/02/27/playing-well-at-tedx-on-board/

If your nonprofit organization is interested in collaborating with us in the future, simply visit our special events page for details.

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