PfP Project Demolished in Silwan – Please Act!

PfP Project demolished in SilwanPlease Act now! Dear Friends of PfP and Friends of Children, click image to see photos click image to see video We must share some bad news that has a terrible impact on Palestinian children. On Monday, February 12th, 2012, Israeli bulldozers arrived before sunrise and without warning to the Palestinian neighborhood of

Save the Date!! March 31st, 2012

  . . . helping children reclaim their childhood  January 2012  SAVE THE DATE!  PfP’s Annual Fundraiser Dinner on March 31st! Save the Date: March 31st for Our 11th Annual Fundraising Dinner  It’s that time of the year again when all of us gather in one place to share an evening of community, delicious food, LAUGHTER,

December 2011 Newsletter

    December 2011 Thank you for everything you do to support PfP.  We greatly value and appreciate you. Below you will find the latest update on our activities to uphold the Right to Play and bring joy to children. Wishing you a wonderful holiday! PfP Board Playgrounds for Palestine is Proud to Announce Completion

Thank you! we’re building two playgrounds in Gaza this summer!

    To all of our supporters: THANK YOU! Our fundraiser was a success and we’re building more playgrounds in Gaza this summer! We raised over $17,000 and still counting at our fundraiser.  To read the sordid details, click here. Two friends of PfP, both architects, one in Gaza and one in Pennsylvania, designed the following two playgrounds

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Remembering Salah Ajarma, our beloved brother

On July 14th, Playgrounds for Palestine joined friends and family to remember Salah Ajarma, our dear friend, comrade, and brother who passed away in April 2021. Salah was an integral member of PfP and over the years he became family to all of us. He was a man of integrity, passion, and unwavering commitment to

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Enjoy, laugh, play! Our donation is for the children of Palestine in memory of our beloved friend, Marita Boullata.  Marita lived in Palestinian in her early marriage. She championed its land, culture and people, especially children.