The Toy Industry Foundation (TIF) is calling on toy manufacturers, retailers, distributors, and importers to continue donating arts and crafts, plush, outdoor toys, musical toys, board games, books, DVDs, and other toy and youth entertainment items for its 2015 Summer Toy Drive, which is open from now through Labor Day weekend. The items will be donated to children who are sick, in foster care, living on U.S. military bases, or experiencing other hardships.
The Toy Industry Foundation (TIF) is seeking toys for infants, toddlers, and teens for an early fall toy distribution at Langley Air Force Base in Virginia. Held in cooperation with Boys & Girls Clubs of America Military Services, the foundation’s giveaway, scheduled for September 18, will reach an estimated 500 kids living at the base.
Toys for the Langley Air Force Base distribution are being accepted through September 2. Companies are encouraged to complete a product donation form and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org or via fax to (212) 675-1328, or to contribute funds to this cause. Donors will receive a supporter badge to place on their own website.
Additional information can be found at www.thetoybank.org, and questions may be directed to Elizabeth Max, foundation program manager.
On July 22, pediatric cancer patients living at the Ronald McDonald House of New York City will be treated to a special toy giveaway and dinner party hosted by the Toy Industry Foundation (TIF). For the event, the Toy Bank is currently seeking donations of toys, games, and crafts in quantities of 50 to 100 pieces for kids of all ages.
The Ronald McDonald House aims to provide a supportive and caring environment for pediatric cancer patients and their families.
Toy manufacturers, distributors, and retailers who would like to contribute product are encouraged to contact TIF program manager Elizabeth Max at email@example.com. Donations are needed by Tuesday, July 15.