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Toy Trust reveals 'Big Toy Sale'

Organisation inviting companies from across the industry to get involved.
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The Toy Trust has unveiled its latest initiative for November - the Big Toy Sale.

From Monday 17th to Friday, November 21st, the Toy Trust is encouraging all companies from the industry to take part in the event to raise funds for the industry's charity.

Companies are encouraged to host their own pre-Christmas sale of toys to their staff. They can choose the day and time that best suits them, although it is recommended that they host their sale within the designated event dates.

Items that can be included in the sale may be returned, unsold or existing stock.

The Toy Trust has put together all the key information that participating companies will need to take part and how to get involved. The user guide is available on the Toy Trust website, along with a downloadable poster that can be shared with colleagues digitally and put up around the office.

Participating companies will also be encouraged to share their experiences throughout the week. On Twitter, follow @thetoytrust and use the hashtag #toytrustbigtoysale during the event week to share stories, pictures and fundraising efforts.

The funds raised through the Big Toy Sale will go on to help a number of charities. All of the charities that the Toy Trust supports work to improve the lives of disabled and disadvantaged children in the UK and abroad.

For further information, or if you have any questions about getting involved, please contact Matt Jones at the BTHA by clicking here or calling 020 7701 7127.

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