THE PLAYBOOK

Project Play releases 8-point plan help stakeholders get kids off the couch -- without running them into the ground

PROJECT PLAY SUMMIT

All-star list of thought leaders come together on Feb. 25
to explore, activate around report

WHAT PARENTS THINK

Project Play and espnW release ground-breaking survey, 
capturing concerns of moms, dads about youth sports.

WE'RE MOVING FAST

US Bobsled and Skeleton Federation unveils sled
for 2014-2015 season dedicated to Project Play.

THE ASPEN IDEA

Learn more about Project Play in the cover story of this summer's Aspen Institute magazine.

"Sports was a universal language. Through sports, 
I was able to make friends, hang out, and have a good time." 

--Kobe Bryant, at ESPN Town Hall

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Why the Need for Project Play?

 

Elizabeth Burns articulates the value of sports for marginalized kids at Aspen Institute event in March 2014 honoring Native American youth leaders 

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February 25| Washington, DC

Since launching Project Play last year, the Aspen Institute Sports & Society Program has hosted a series of roundtables, a televised town hall, and "Aspen Timeout" panels at several national conferences. More than 250 thought and organizational leaders have engaged in our dialogues, sharing ideas on how to create universal access to early positive experiences in sports.

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