At a Glance
- Power of sport and play transforms the lives
- Allows demonstrations by professional athletes
- Recorded training session allow for use, anytime
International humanitarian organization uses sport and play programs to improve health, life skills, and hope for disadvantaged children
Video communications help international humanitarian organization expand sport and play programs to reach one million children each week in disadvantaged areas world-wide to improve health, life skills, and foster peace.
All children have a right to play.
Not all children, however, have had the good fortune of benefiting from the programs put on by the humanitarian organization, Right To Play. The international group uses the transformative power of sport and play to give hope, and teach essential skills, to children living in communities affected by war, poverty, and disease.
Soon, though, that gap will be narrowing. Polycom, through the Polycom Foundation, is donating Polycom RealPresence video collaboration solutions to Right To Play so the organization can expand the reach of its programs. It will use Polycom video collaboration to improve global communications throughout the organization; connect teachers, coaches, and community leaders with staff throughout the world; and help donors see the direct impact of their support.