Project Sunshine TelePlay is a new program using video technologies to bring play and activities to children.

Children across the United States are experiencing increased anxiety and stress. TelePlay was created to help support children’s strong mental and physical health. TelePlay provides developmentally appropriate and necessary play opportunities to children and their families. TelePlay also helps to increase joy and emotional relief, while decreasing stress and feelings of isolation. TelePlay is free, and open to any child whose parents feel it would be helpful to their children.

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Being hospitalized as a child is hard. Being hospitalized as a child right now is devastating.

Learn how Project Sunshine is supporting the urgent needs of pediatric patients during COVID-19.

Patients and Families

Project Sunshine's programs reach over 200,000 young patients and families each year

Volunteer Sessions

Last year, Project Sunshine's volunteers participated in over 35,000 engagements

Medical Partners

Project Sunshine brightened hospital stays and doctor visits at over 350 facilities

The Power of Sunshine

We transform medical environments into kid-friendly spaces to help pediatric patients thrive.

Trained volunteers provide companionship and deliver enrichment programming to patients and families in 175 cities across the United States and in Canada, China, Israel, and Kenya.

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Learn about TelePlay

Watch this short video to learn more about Project Sunshine’s TelePlay program.

What Makes Us Unique

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We serve pediatric patients, from newborn to 21 years old, facing all medical challenges - both acute and chronic.

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Our programs encourage family members to participate. We know that when a child is sick, the whole family is affected.

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We work with patients in a variety of settings, including inpatient, outpatient, long-term care, and residential facilities.

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