Bandai Donates $35,000 to TIF
Playthings Staff -- Gifts and Dec, 12/20/2012 10:30:19 AM
A portion of the funds will directly support TIF's year-round signature program, The Toy Bank, which has distributed more than one and a half million brand new playthings for underserved and at-risk children this year alone. Additional funds will support the overall work of the Toy Industry Foundation, including national grant initiatives through TIF's national partners, Boys & Girls Clubs of America Military Services and CASA for Children.
This is the fourth consecutive year that The Bandai Foundation has made a significant cash contribution to TIF. In total, Bandai's financial donations add up to nearly $150,000; the charitable arm of the toy company Bandai America Incorporated is one of the Toy Industry Foundation's most impactful donors.
"2013 marks the 10th anniversary of our Toy Bank program," said Jean Butler, executive director, TIF. "Overall, more than $75 million in toys have been given to children in need in the U.S. and around the world. Thanks to The Bandai Foundation's ongoing commitment to our cause, the program will reach more children than ever before!"
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