Over the past ten years, Ubisoft has worked with the Association Petits Princes supporting their mission to fulfill the wishes of seriously ill children and inspire them to continue to their road to recovery.
With this in mind, the Association Petits Princes and Ubisoft collaborated to create Playrooms where Ubisoft installs entertainment areas directly pediatric and adolescent hospital waiting areas.
For each Playroom, the hospital department, the Association Petits Princes and Ubisoft coordinated on the precise needs of both the hospital and the children. Each installation is different and tailor-made.
Ubisoft employees also take time to meet with these children to share fun moments together throughout the year including themed workshops and Just Dance parties.
Since 2018, Ubisoft employees have installed Playrooms in 12 hospitals in the Paris region, Rennes, Bordeaux and Lyon. In 2019, we organized 25 workshops to offer an entertaining break for the children.
In 2020, the program will be extended to other associations: Le Refuge, which fights against the exclusion of LGBTQ+ adolescents, Timmy, that supervises young unaccompanied minors in Paris and Silver Geek, that fights against the digital divide among seniors in Nursing homes.