VTech teams with Save the Children for worldwide campaigns and donation scheme

The electronic learning products and pre-school specialist, VTech has partnered with Save the Children to organise a slate of events across multiple countries in order to support vulnerable children in need and those most affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Using its worldwide resources, VTech has organised a worldwide toy donation programme that has seen some 4,400 electronic learning toys sent to the charity organisation from across the US, Canada, the UK, Netherlands, Spain, Australia, and Hong Kong.

The donation of electronic infant and toddler toys, which included the Sit to Stand Learning Walker, Myla the Magical Unicorn, and Go! Go! Smart Wheels Ultimate Corkscrew Tower, will be used to help children learn with fun while staying and playing at home.

On top of this, the firm has detailed a campaign that will see $1 from the sale of baby monitor or toy sold through its online shops in Canada and Hong Kong, as well as in the US, donated to Save the Children.

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