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Kahoot! partners with leading organizations to spread awareness of public health campaigns on COVID-19 and drug and alcohol abuse

Kahoot! newsIn partnership with the Ad Council, the CDC and NIDA, Kahoot! launches separate campaigns to support youth and educator audiences.

At Kahoot!, we believe it is critical to bring awareness to our large, global audiences of youth and educators around important issues — issues that go beyond more traditional academic subjects.

We regularly partner with non-profit organizations, government agencies and other official organizations to create and feature Kahoot! games that can bring light to important social and public health issues.

Kahoots to ‘shatter the myths’ about Drugs and Alcohol

Recently, Kahoot! partnered with the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) as part of National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week® (March 30 – April 3) to help teens learn the facts about drugs and alcohol.

NIDA has created six thought-provoking kahoot games that can be played by teens and their educators to better understand the science related to the causes and consequences of drug use and addiction. NIDA is part of the National Institutes of Health, the primary agency of the United States government responsible for biomedical and public health research.

Spreading knowledge about COVID-19

Continuing our long-standing partnership with The Ad Council, Kahoot! is supporting youth audience engagement in important public health messages related to the coronavirus pandemic.

Kahoot! is featuring kahoots from the Ad Council which educate audiences on such topics as ‘social distancing’ and maintaining mental health. The #AloneTogether campaign was developed by The Ad Council in partnership with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and The White House. More information on this campaign can be found on

Play these Kahoot! collections here:
NIDA kahoots on drug and alcohol abuse
Social distancing kahoot from AdCouncil