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Sea Crossing 2022
Swimming for a good cause. The fascination of open water swimming and their loyal commitment to the needs of children in our programs prompted the Young Professionals to swim across Lake Zurich once again and collect donations for the most vulnerable children around the world.
THE POWER OF A REFUGEE CHILD’S IMAGINATION
There are more refugees in the world than ever before, and millions of them are children. These children face an uncertain future, one where the hope, joy, and excitement of childhood are drowned under grief, loss, anxiety, and other negative emotions. But refugee children can resist those emotions defining their future through the power of creativity.
HOW YOUTH ARE USING MUSIC TO PROMOTE SOCIAL CHANGE IN LEBANON
For many children, Lebanon is not their first home. Their families came here as refugees. Others had to drop out of school to support their families because of the economic crisis in Lebanon. For all of them, the program "Music for Social Change" creates a place where they can meet to talk about their problems, get support from their peers and express their feelings through music.
PLAY - THE LANGUAGE OF THE HEART
Ignite a passion for learning by providing resources that make learning and life-skills development active, engaging and fun. Inside the classroom, games help children to actively engage in their lessons, enhancing their learning. Outside of the classroom, they play through performance, music or dance to gain critical life skills.
Won't Stop Us
From COVID-19 and school closures to economic crises and global conflicts, it has been a difficult time for children everywhere. But these kids refuse to let disasters, wars, inequality, and the pandemic determine and limit their futures.
Stefanie Buettner conquers the Mongolian steppe
At the world’s longest and toughest horse race, strong will and determination to ride a semi-wild Mongolian horse is a must for the riders, who number 40 professionals. Among them was Stefanie Büttner, who is linking her participation with a fundraising appeal for Right To Play.
"Do you remember me?"
As an official partner, we recommend the first documentary produced by 20 Minuten in its educational function and exposure of the stigma of female genital mutilation. Some films have the power to effect real change. And "Do you remember me?" is one of them.
Golfing with heart
Right To Play Switzerland is pleased to announce its new partnership and cooperation with YouGolfTours GmbH, a specialist in exclusive golf holidays. Based on this new collaboration, we are merging our networks and events with the common goal of helping as many children in need as possible.
Soutiens leur essor
Votre soutien crée des opportunités là où elles sont le plus nécessaires!Faites un don