From schools and community centers, to educational programs and playgrounds, Club Penguin is committed to providing kids and families around the world safe places to live, learn and play.
Build Safe Places
The simple act of play brings joy and hope. With Playground Builders, Club Penguin constructs playgrounds for children affected by war, poverty and natural disasters. These efforts provide jobs and bring money into local economies.
- Educational Programs
To revitalize and empower communities, War Child and Street Children International provide education on women and children's rights, conflict resolution, self-protection, health, civic engagement, and gender-based violence awareness and prevention. Training for police, probation and welfare officers, and local judges helps ensure women and children are properly protected.
- Activity & Community Centers
By building community centers, we help children avoid dangerous and exploitative work by providing them opportunities to play. Club Penguin partners with War Child and Un Techo Para Mis Pais to build youth centers where young people organize recreational activities, including team sports and music. Families can also take part in support programs for literacy and skill training.
Libraries bring communities much needed access to reading materials, supporting literacy and knowledge. Club Penguin works with Free The Children and Partners in the Horn of Africa to provide books, computers and information. These libraries supplement the basic education program by encouraging kids to read and learn on their own.
Too many children around the world are unable to attend school due to war, distance, lack of teachers, resources and facilities. Through partnerships with organizations such as Free The Children and Partners in the Horn of Africa, Club Penguin funds the construction of schools and classrooms, helping children get an education.