My heart goes out to kids in need. I try to give to charities whenever I can. Ever wonder how to help charities? IKEA makes it easy to support charities for children through their IKEA Soft Toys for Education campaign. Now through December 24, 2011, when you purchase an IKEA Soft Toy, $1.35 is donated to UNICEF and Save the Children. This program has donated $47.5 Million dollars to help 8 million kids in 40 countries to have access to education. Amazing!
By simply purchasing one of IKEA Soft Toys like stuffed animals, puppets, and books, you are able to support a charity that helps kids. The toys are unique and adorable too! Your kids will love them as gifts and you will feel good about knowing that you are able to easily give to charity through your purchase. Like all IKEA products, the prices are good too!
IKEA Soft Toys Review
Not only are IKEA Soft Toys fun to play with and totally adorable, but buying them now helps other kids less fortunate. Who can resist such an offer.
Leka Cirkus, a musical rabbit in a hat that plays lullibys. Great soft musical toy for babies and toddlers. Buy it for $6.99
Torva, the soft broccoli. A sure way to get your kids to love broccoli! This adorable soft toy is fun to hug at 19-3/4″ tall!
Buy it for $7.99
Klappar Cirkus are soft glove puppets. We were able to review the adorable circus monkey. Buy it for $3.99
Please consider adding IKEA Soft Toys to your Christmas shopping list this year. In doing so, you will be helping kids across the world have access to quality education. Giving to charity has never been easier or more fun! Learn more about IKEA’s commitment to kids at www.ikeafoundation.org.
What is SAVE the Children?
SAVE the Children is the world’s leading children’s rights organization. Their vision is to see every child have the right to survival, protection, development and participation. They deliver immediate and lasting improvements to children’s lives across the world.
What is UNICEF?
UNICEF is helping kids in 150 countries and territories to survive and thrive. UNICEF is the world’s largest provider of vaccines for developing countries. They also support child health, nutrition, good water and sanitation, quality education for kids, and protect kids from violence, exploitation, and AIDS.
This was not a paid post. My own opinions were used based on my perceptions and experience. Thank you to IKEA who provided the products for review.