New Ambassador for Right To Play Norway: Aleksander Aamodt Kilde

Aleksander Aamodt Kilde, one of Norway's most prominent alpine sports stars, has taken a significant step beyond the sports arena to support a cause that has been close to his heart for a long time. Kilde has recently signed an ambassadorial contract with Right To Play, an organization committed to improving children's lives by providing them access to play-based learning.

Although Aleksander Aamodt Kilde is renowned as an extraordinary alpine skier, he also has a passion for children's rights. Right To Play, an NGO that uses play-based learning as a tool for better education, was a natural fit for Kilde. The organization's work in creating safety and opportunities for children in some of the world's most vulnerable areas deeply resonated with him.

As an ambassador for Right To Play, Kilde will play a crucial role in raising awareness of the organization's work and contributing to fundraising efforts for projects in 15 program countries.

«We are excited to have Kilde on board and look forward to working together to provide children with opportunities to attend school and experience a daily life filled with play and learning. » states Lars Erik Svanberg, National Director of Right To Play Norway.

The partnership between Kilde and Right To Play is an example of how the world of sports can be leveraged to promote essential causes and make the world a better place for children. Right To Play looks forward to working with Kilde to make a positive impact on children`s lives.