PfP Dedicates Playground to Two Fallen Boys

On December 2, 2016, Playgrounds for Palestine dedicated a playground to two boys, one African American and one Palestinian, who were killed, ultimately by institutional racism. Tamir Rice was killed by police in Cleveland, Ohio, as he played in a park.  Abdurrahman Obeidallah was killed by an Israeli sniper as he walked home from school.  Both …

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Dear PfP friends, If you shop Amazon.com, please consider using this link to select Playgrounds for Palestine as your charity of choice because Amazon will donate 0.5% of receipts. You only have to select it once. Click on the image or the link below. http://smile.amazon.com/ref=smi_ext_fbp_lds_smi

SkateQilya Update

PfP has partnered with a skate boarding camp for boys and girls in Qalqilya by donating the cost of ramp repairs as well as purchasing additional helmets and skateboards beyond what was donated by skateboarding companies. Take a look at all the amazing fun and priceless smiles!

In Lieu of Favors… Thank you Brigitte and Tyler!

Brigitte and Tyler started their marriage in such a beautiful way! For their wedding, they made a PfP donation in lieu of favors. Please help us thank them for such thoughtfulness! Best wishes you two!!

SkateQilya Pushes Forward

News from SkateQuily: THANK YOU PLAYGROUNDS FOR PALESTINE!!! PfP is donating 3K to SkateQilya to cover the renovation expenses of our ramp. Can you donate $10 to get your name on it? 8 DAYS TO GO: www.igg.me/at/skateqilya

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PfP SkateQilya featured on NBC News

From NBC News:  The following article on SkateQilya, a project sponsored by PfP, appeared on NBC online SEP 2 2017, 5:30 AM ET Skateboarding Camp Helps Palestinians See Beyond West Bank Walls by PETRA CAHILL and LAWAHEZ JABARI Abdullah Milhem takes to the air on a ramp at SkateQilya in the West Bank. Adam Abel / NBC News QALQILYA, West Bank — Residents in this Palestinian city never see the sunset; Israel’s imposing security wall blocks the view towards the west, and much else. Now, a skateboarding summer camp in Qalqilya is helping kids to see a new horizon. “When you get on the skateboard, you don’t think about all the problems you have. All you’re focused on is that you have to stay on the board and not

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This donation, our first to PfP, is to honor the children that see beyond conflict, and remind us to be ever present.