From clinics and clean water projects, to medical treatments and nutritional programs, Club Penguin is comitted to helping kids and families around the world live healthier, longer lives.
Provide Medical Help
- Hospital Care Packages
Having to stay in a hospital is hard on children. The Disney Hospital Care Package Program brings care packages to more than 450 hospitals. Club Penguin themed care packages bring comfort and a sense of normalcy to patients, by providing opportunities for play, and helping them stay connected with their friends and families.
- Nutrition Programs
In many countries, malnutrition is a contributing factor to high mortality rates. Many children die before the age of five due to a lack of proper nutrition. With Partners in Health and the International Rescue Committee, Club Penguin provides nutritional support to HIV and TB patients, pregnant women and malnourished children. Educational programs teach families about maintaining a balanced diet and help provide supplementary foods.
- Surgeries & Medical Treatments
Communities can focus on developing sustainable health services by training local surgeons and health workers. Through its partnership with the Children's Surgical Centre (CSC), and Partners In Health, Club Penguin improves the lives of disabled children and adults. CSC provides a variety of services including orthopedic, eye, plastic and burn surgeries.
- Clinics & Hospitals
Clinics and hospitals provide much needed health services, and help distribute vaccines, treatment for malnutrition, as well as HIV testing and care. By supporting Free The Children, and Partners in Health, Club Penguin builds clinics and hospitals in remote and impoverished communities to bring health care to more than a million people.
- Clean Water Projects
In many places around the world clean water isn't readily accessible, and people have to travel miles by foot to collect it. Yet clean water is vital in the prevention of illness. Through Free The Children, Club Penguin brings clean water to more than 25,000 children and families in schools, orphanages, homes, local hospitals and clinics.