CWIST has relaunched its Kids Cwist for Kids initiative for the holidays, and will donate $2,000 in toys to family-supporting charities. CWIST is an incentive-based digital learning platform where parents and educators share ideas, motivate kids to learn, and teach them life lessons.
Parents use the platform to assign an interactive learning challenge to their kids, called a cwist, which are ready-made or created by the parent. Usually, when a child completes a cwist, they can earn parent-designated rewards, such as a bowl of ice cream or an extra hour of TV. However, for a twist this holiday season, the Kids Cwist for Kids charity initiative connects a parent and a child to a child in need.
Parents assign their children cwists to complete, but instead of their child receiving a reward, a gift will be donated to a child whose family can’t afford holiday presents.