Miami Children’s Hospital Patients Go on a Safari with Safari Ltd

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERASafari Ltd, family-owned manufacturer and worldwide distributor of museum-quality, educational toys, distributed more than 300 figures at Miami Children’s Hospital on May 21. Two Safari Ltd employees dressed up as jungle safari guides, handed out the toys, and played with the children.

Last December, Safari Ltd donated more than 2,000 toys to Miami Children’s Hospital Foundation’s annual Holiday Toy Drive, benefiting children spending their holidays in the hospital.

Safari Ltd is an educational toy company, renowned for their dedication to and continued support of learning through the joy of play.

Fort Bliss Military Families Receive Thousands of New Toys from Toy Industry Foundation

FortBliss1Nearly 3,000 children living with their families on military base Fort Bliss in El Paso, Texas were treated to a special toy giveaway on April 17 hosted by the Toy Industry Foundation (TIF) and national partner Boys & Girls Clubs of America (BGCA) Military Services.

Families stationed at Fort Bliss, as well as resident members of the Air Force, Marines, National Reserves, and others, enjoyed a “Day of Play” that included bouncy houses and games, music and entertainment, and a pizza party.  Children of all ages received brand new toys, games, and stuffed animals donated by generous toy manufacturers. Gifts distributed at this event were generously donated by Alex, DuneCraft, Ganz, Gibout Toys, Hasbro, Lee Magic Pen, Lego, Look Out World, Mattel, MindWare, RBI Toys, Reeves International, Safari Ltd., and TMI Toy Marketing International.

The event was held as part of the joint TIF /BGCA Play Comforts program – the first-ever national toy distribution initiative to serve every branch of the U.S. military.  Through Play Comforts, toys and games donated by caring toy companies are delivered on an annual basis to families on dozens of U.S. military installations at home and abroad. Now in its fourth year of operation, the program has provided more than $3.5 million in toys for children of military families.


Safari Ltd. Introduces More Than 100 New Educational Toys

Safari Ltd., family-owned manufacturer and worldwide distributor of museum-quality, educational toys, has expanded its collections with more than 100 hand-painted products.

New additions include mythical creatures, wildlife, sea life, Life Cycle sets, miniature replicas, and dinosaurs, including the Carnegie Concavenator, authenticated by Carnegie Museum of Natural History paleontologists.

Safari Ltd., also launched an extensive glow-in-the-dark collection.

Safari Ltd Supports Miami Children’s Hospital Foundation’s Holiday Toy Drive

Safari Ltd., a worldwide distributor of quality, hand-painted animal replicas, donated more than 2,000 of its toys to Miami Children’s Hospital Foundation’s annual Holiday Toy Drive last week.

The Holiday Toy Drive benefits children spending their holidays in the hospital. On Christmas morning, patients will wake up to a surprise toy package from “Santa Claus” containing a variety of donations. Other children visiting one of Miami Children’s Hospital’s nine outpatient centers will receive similar gifts. This is the first year Safari Ltd., has participated in this toy drive, and the company plans to make this an annual tradition.

Fall Toy Preview Sees Increases in Total Attendance and Global Participation

Courtesy of Toy Industry Association

More than 700 buyers from around the world attended the Toy Industry Association’s Fall Toy Preview 2012 in Dallas. This is a 3 percent increase in total buyers who attended to look at the new toys and games for Holiday 2013. A 10 percent increase in foreign buyers was also noted.  The top five foreign countries represented by buyers were Canada, the UK, Mexico, Australia, and Hong Kong. Roughly 348 companies exhibited their latest product lines, including Alexander Doll Company, American Plastic Toys, Famosa, Hape, Inc., Melissa and Doug, Playmobil, Ohio Art, Blip Toys, Safari Ltd., and Razor USA. In sponsorship with Techno Source and presented by Carlin West Agency/NFL Rush Zone, the opening night party for the event raised funds for the Toy Industry Foundation and allowed participants to meet with Dallas Cowboys linebacker DeMarcus Ware.

Safari Honors Teachers, Supports Neighborhood Toy Store Day

Safari Ltd., manufacturer and worldwide distributor of museum-quality educational toy collections, has been busy with giveaways. In August 2012, Safari Ltd., manufacturer and worldwide distributor of museum-quality, educational toy collections, honored inspirational teachers in a Back-to-School Giveaway Contest on Facebook.

Based on fan nominations, Diana Mount, 3rd grade teacher at Chinook Elementary School in Vancouver, Wash., was selected because of her ability to recognize strengths in children that may be viewed as weaknesses. Mount won an assortment of educational replicas and posters to accommodate her classroom of approximately 30 students. Each nominated teacher also received a gift to recognize his or her dedication in the classroom. [Read more...]