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Corporate Patrons

We proudly recognize and thank all of our Corporate Patrons. Thank you to the generous companies who have shown their charitable spirit by donating funds in support of children in need.

Champions ($30,000+)

BandaiMattel, Inc.Hasbro

Benefactors ($10,000-$19,999)

CrayolaCra-Z-ArtDisneyJAKKS Pacific

LeapFrogLEGOMoose ToysNickelodeonToys'R'Us

Philanthropists ($5,000-$9,999)

The Cartoon Network
Fashion Institute of Technology
The Russell Berrie Foundation
Saban Brands

Sears Holdings Corp.
Thinkway Toys
Toy Industry Association (TIA)

Supporters ($1,000-$4,999)

Alexander Doll Company
American Plastic Toys Inc.
The Bandai Foundation
China Toy & Juvenile Products Association
Dallas Market Center
Funrise Toy Corporation
Goldberg Segalla LLP
HUB International Northeast
International Council of Toy Industries (ICTI)
Jetta Co., Ltd.
Kids in Distressed Situations, Inc.
K'Nex Industries, Inc.
Litzky Public Relations
Locker, Greenberg & Brainin, P.C.
Loeb & Loeb LLP
MEGA Brands Inc.
MGA Entertainment, Inc.
Neil & Amanda Friedman
The NPD Group

Otis College - Toy Design Department
Patch Products
Playmates Toys Inc.
Radio Flyer, Inc.
Razor USA, LLC
Reuben Klamer Toylab
Rubie's Costume Co., Inc.
Safari LTD
Sargent & Berman, Inc.
Silverlit Toys
Strategy XXI Partners
Techno Source - a division of LF Products
TIA Board of Directors
Toy Shippers Association, Inc.
Uncle Milton Industries
Warner Bros. Consumer Products
Women In Toys (WIT)

Friends ($500-$999)

4Kidz, Inc.
Cardinal Industries, Inc.
Coyne Public Relations
Imperial Toy LLC
Keller and Heckman LLP

Lund & Company Invention, LLC
Norman & Arlene Fabricant
Qualidux Industrial Co., Ltd.
Toy Design Department, FIT
Toy Industry Next Generation (T.I.N.G.)

Matching Gifts

Google Matching Gifts Program

This list is current as of May 1, 2013.

You can join the 2013 Corporate Patrons by donating today. For more information, please contact Marisa Medina at 646-520-4878.

Thank you to the 2012 Corporate Patrons for making play possible for nearly two million children in 2012.