SimplyFun Product Donation Brings Christmas Cheer to Children

This holiday season, SimplyFun LLC is extending its support of two organizations making Christmas merrier for children in need.

The maker of educational board games said it will donate $100,000 in product to the Marine Toys for Tots Foundation, a longstanding initiative of the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve. Along with other brand-new toys, the games supplied by SimplyFun will be delivered to at-risk children across the country. The company has participated in Toys for Tots for the past three years, contributing about $550,000 in product.

For children separated from family as Christmas approaches, Seattle-based SimplyFun also is continuing its partnership with My Stuff Bags Foundation, which provides necessities and toys to kids rescued from abuse and neglect. The games will help to fill duffel bags of new belongings for children entering crisis shelters and foster care.

“We are so fortunate to have a partnership with SimplyFun,” said Janeen Holmes, President and CEO of My Stuff Bags. “For many years, this wonderful company has been providing thousands of unique, creative puzzles and games, which have brightened the lives of the abused and neglected children we serve all across this country.”

SimplyFun has helped to fill My Stuff Bags—often the only possession a child has upon entering foster care—on an ongoing basis since 2008. Through its Simply Caring program, the company has donated about $250,000 in cash and product.

“Every child deserves to play regardless of their circumstances,” said Patty Pearcy, President and CEO of SimplyFun. “SimplyFun is proud to be able to share our games through Toys for Tots and My Stuff Bags to bring joy and create a love of learning in children in need.”

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