Children's World Selected as Year of Charity Store

Children's World has been selected as a Year of Charity store to partner with specialty toy manufacturers to give away thousands of dollars of toys & educational supplies to local schools & charities.

Children’s World has been chosen by TD Monthly as a Year of Charity store, and, in partnership with specialty toy companies Schoenhut, Douglas, Moonjar, and Safari, is giving away thousands of dollars worth of new toys to local charities and schools. 

In addition, anyone who comes in the store can register to win a set of toys, and have a set given to the charity or school they choose.  Come in this week, as the drawing will be after the close of business Saturday, Feb. 2.

TD Monthly, a Toy Directory trade magazine, chose Children’s World because of its involvement in the local community, and history of giving. 

Owners Tim & Cynthia Holliday are big believers in supporting the local community, and are pleased to be able to provide these toys to organizations that would likely not be able to purchase them.

When asked his thoughts, Tim said, “We are proud to be an independent retailer, and a part of our community.  Supporting our community is second nature to us, and we are thrilled to be able to provide some great organizations with the type of amazing high-quality specialty toys that we carry in our store."

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Marcia Sohl January 28, 2013 at 02:01 PM
Tim: I volunteer at the Salvation Army on 10th St where 12 families live getting their lives back in order and their debts paid off. I would love to see the FAITH PGM kids get some toys..FAITH = families in transitional housing. Was going to write to you this week so now will drop off letter asking for auction contribution if you're able for the SA annual luncheon auction. Marcia Sohl


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