Our programs

USA - United States of America

Neighborhood Work Play Kids Theatre in the United States started in 2005
in Brooklyn, New York to help children 6 to 10 years old improve in their reading,    writing, math and to explore different cultures. The program is on Saturdays for
3 1/2 hours (11:00am to 2:30pm) engaging students in activities to improve their    performance in their regular school work.  Nutritious lunches are provided. Not   having any funds to rent space we are thankful for the opportunity to use the    community room of our local public library.  The library is a perfect environment    for our free literacy and theater program. Student activities are held in the   Community Room.  On the floor of the library student have access to many books,   and available computers to do research. Also, the library’s Librarian volunteered
to help with guiding students in their research and providing any necessary help   needed. Our end of program celebration and performances are held at a space   rented from an art service organization. Program facilitators are volunteers in the   field of education, local high school and college students as well parents of   registered students all helping to bring the program into life. Due to Covid-19
we have not been able to return to our local library that we have used since 2005.   We have modified our USA program to be on line.

Sierra Leone in West Africa



Neighborhood Work Play Kids Theatre in Sierra Leone started in 2017 in Freetown the capital of Sierra Leone to help children 6 to 10 years old improve in their reading, writing, math and to explore different cultures. The program is on Saturdays for 4 hours (10:00am to 2:00pm) engaging students in activities to improve their performance in their regular school work.  Nutritious lunches are provided.  Not having any funds to rent space we are thankful for donated dedicated work space to hold our classes.  Our end of program presentation and performances are held at rented space from a local venue.   Program facilitators are local college graduates and volunteers.  The Sierra Leone program will be onsite.