“Now ToyAid is complete, I really hope everyone has positive times ahead and the toy industry as a whole is remembered for the support they gave in a time of need for many families,” said Joel Silverman, co-founder of ToyAid.
“We built A24 Auctions to give these collectible items the second life they deserve, and to give fans a chance to own a piece of A24 history for good—literally,” read a statement from A24.
“We feel honoured to be able to supply pastimes that make isolation a little easier and feel it’s our duty to give back to those who are at risk, vulnerable and are facing months of quarantine,” said Gibsons MD, Kate Gibson.
“We are always on the lookout for ways that we can enhance the lives of those in our community,” said Gibsons managing director, Kate Gibson.
The Toy Trust raises money to give to children’s charities all around the UK and overseas and of her challenges.
The charity partnership will continue into 2019, with the aim of raising further funds from sales of new Scruff-a-Luv varieties this Autumn/Winter.
KidsOut works with Women’s Aid Federation refuges across the UK to provide positive experiences to children who have escaped domestic abuse.