National charity The Conservation Volunteers (TCV) is offering retailers the chance to win a fully merchandised Moshi Monster gardening FSDU worth £1,000.
The prize draw is being run in celebration of a collaboration between the charity and the popular kids’ brand in a bid to encourage children to get outdoors and get gardening.
Together, the partnership has launched a full product range of children’s gardening toys – all up for grabs in the exclusive competition.
The stand contains the complete range, including long handled spades, long handled shovels, rakes, brooms, hoes, brushes, hand tool multi-packs, hand trowels, hand forks, watering cans, buckets, kneeling pads, wheelbarrows and a selection of seeds.
‘Through playing the Moshi Monsters game, children learn the importance of planting, growing and nurturing,’ read a statement from The Conservation Volunteers.
‘Now, for the first time, children will be able to buy Moshi Monster branded tools and seeds to bring to life the popular game in their own homes and gardens.’
Sales of the branded products will help to raise crucial funding, enabling TCV to work with more communities across the UK.
“We are really excited to be working with Moshi Monsters and we see this as a great way to make gardening cool for kids,” said chief executive of The Conservation volunteers, Julie Hopes.
“We see this as an opportunity to get families outdoors, active and most importantly having fun. By partnering with Moshi Monsters we are able to use a safe, online and hugely popular children’s game to inspire real world gardening and improve their knowledge of how fruit and vegetables grow.”
Dave Tovey, licensing manager at Mind Candy, added: “We are thrilled to be working with TCV, bringing its values to our fan base.
“Gardening is a key part of the Moshi Monsters game play experience so this partnership makes perfect sense.”
To enter the prize draw or for more information on the TCV Moshi Monsters rage, please contact Douglas Palarm at D.Palarm@tcv.org.uk .
Please include your name, contact details and the name of your organisation.
Prize draw ends January 31st, 2015.