Last week, the Toy Industry Foundation celebrated Ten Years of the Toy of the Year Awards, and the organization is giving Toy Story and Pixar fans an opportunity to win the event’s drawing prizes.
Contestants can enter to win a complete Toy Story collection donated by LEGO, or a signed, limited-edition print of concept art from John Lasseter’s short, Luxo, Jr. (1986). Luxo, Jr. was the first film produced by Pixar animation studios after its establishment as an independent film studio. Only 86 framed, hand-numbered editions prints were produced, and the prize comes with a certificated of authenticity and is signed by Lasseter.
To qualify, participants make a donation of $100 or more. Donors who make a gift of $250 or more will be recognized as a member of the Foundation’s Leaders Circle. Contributions are accepted online, via mail, or by phone. The drawing has been extended through February 28.
For more info, contact Amanda McDorman, foundation manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or (646) 520-4878.
The Toy Industry Foundation is a year-round organization committed to making play possible for children in need.