About The Film

About The Film

"Play To Win" Film Synopsis

It's the last day of the school year and Roger; a kid from a small town who loves sports, outdoor activities and games is looking forward to a fun summer with his friends.

When Roger gets home from school he receives news that his dad was just hired by the largest video game company in the world and he and his family would have to pack up and move to the big city.

Roger quickly learns that none of the neighborhood kids from the city want to go out and play, they just want to stay inside, play video games, surf the internet and pig out on junk food for the entire summer.

So, Roger comes up with a genius plan to trick all his new friends to come out to play by making them think the winner of his "Play To Win" Tournament will win the coolest and most awesome new gaming system which hasn't come out yet. This leads to an awesome summer of fun until Roger's plan back fires on him.


The Fitness Tour

Fitness Tour

"Play to Win" Fitness Tour 

Our fitness tour is a series of fun events that promote the film and encourage kids to go out and play.  At each event kids of all ages can have a lot of fun, playing, exercising, eating fun nutritious food, and drinking plenty of water. The kids have a chance to make new friends and interact with one another in a controlled social environment.

Film-makers; Raymond Deane and Phill Hammond have an amazing vision with the film "Play To Win". Their goal is to inspire kids to get healthy and fit by being active and playing outdoors. 

"Play To Win" is a fun kids fitness film with a powerful message that will play on screens and in schools across America. With your generous donations & contributions we can shape a nation of healthier , more active children. We Need Your Help!

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Our Mission

Our Mission

Reduce the epidemic of childhood obesity in America and to empower kids to develop lifelong, healthy habits through the power of our new childrens film “Play to Win” and our "Play To Win" Fitness Tour.

Fitness Kids

"Our children's film "Play To Win" will teach kids the importance of exercise, a well-balanced diet and the value of friendship, forgiveness, and compassion toward one another."

- Phillip Hammond, Executive Producer

Moms for "Play To Win"

Moms for Play to Win

Moms Learn How You Can Help Us Make A Difference.

Moms for Play to Win" is an organized group of women that support and assist with the production of the new children's feature-length film "Play To Win".

The group shares in a united vision for a healthier nation of children and encourages the idea of children playing outdoors, consuming healthier foods and drinking lots of water.

Their sole mission is to assist with the production and marketing of "Play of Win" by volunteering their time.

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Our Goals

Our Goal

Our Top 3 Goals for Kids

01 Get Kids to Go Out and Play 

Outdoor play increases fitness levels and builds active, healthy bodies, an important strategy in helping the one in three American kids who are obese get fit.

02 Get Kids to Eat Healthier Foods 

Kids who eat properly are more attentive in school, more physically fit, and have more energy than those who don’t. Making smart nutritional choices during childhood can reinforce lifelong eating habits and help kids grow up to their full potential.

03 Get Kids to Drink More Water 

Although it has no nutrients, water is essential to your child's health. It makes up more than half of kids' body weight and is needed to keep all parts of the body functioning properly.

Childhood Obesity

Childhood Obesity

Child Obesity Facts

Childhood obesity has swept the nation in less than a generation!

1. Our kids are out of shape, tuned out and stressed out, because they’re missing something essential to their health and development: connection to the natural world.

2. American kids are still far more likely to be overweight than kids in most other countries. Much of that damage has been done over the past thirty years, during which the average weight of an American child has risen by more than 11 pounds.

3. According to the researchers. African American children and Hispanic children are more likely to be overweight than any other race.