The Power of Play


By donating to the Power of Play, you are providing children in underprivileged communities with:

  • The access to playgrounds
  • The childhood they never had
  • The right to learn and develop through play

Did you know you can donate to our projects for as little as $12 to make a difference for a lifetime for one child?

Building playgrounds is how TPOP empowers children who don’t have a safe space to play which is important to nourish children’s mental health and the development of crucial cognitive, physical, social and emotional skills. The building of these playgrounds in community spaces brings joy to thousands of children across the world, who may not otherwise have access to this crucial aspect in childhood development. TPOP partners with organizations and individuals as part of the commitment to sustainable, bottom-up development, and as a way to involve the local community and children.

In the past, TPOP has built its playgrounds in refugee camps, orphanages, schools, and rural communities in developing countries such as South Sudan, Rwanda, Uganda, Morocco, Egypt, India, Iran, and Mexico. TPOP is currently in the process of partnerships in Canada and the USA. The focus is to improve the lives of child soldiers, child laborers, child brides, orphans, refugees, indigenous, and the most underprivileged.


“Play nourishes a child’s body, mind, and soul. During the magic of play, children connect with their peers and develop their mental and social skills, they take risks, make sense of the world, and regulate their emotions. Play is the time that children are in control of their lives. They get to create, imagine, and experience joy. Let’s make our world a happier place through happy and playful children. They are our future generations that will one day lead the world. And don’t forget, PLAY is a right, not a privilege.” says Reza Marvasti, CEO and Founder of the Power of Play.


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Donation Total: $25.00 One Time