Kids from hot spots in Ukraine received 600 toys from WP Merchandise

Kids from hot spots in Ukraine received 600 toys from WP Merchandise

The manufacturer of highly detailed plush merch based on video games, comic books and movies WP Merchandise handed over plush toys of its own production to the displaced children.

Over the past two months, hundreds of thousands of children have been forced to flee their homes in search of safety and security. To give them back at least some piece of peaceful life and a little joy, WP Merchandise, part of the TECHIIA holding, provided kids with plush toys with the characters of their favorite games, movies, and comic books.

Kids received 597 toys which are licensed merch based on the League of Justices (Warner Bros.), Assassin’s Creed (Ubisoft), and other toys. All of them are made at the WP Merchandise factory in Kyiv from hypoallergenic plush and according to European quality certificates. Toys were received by immigrants from Bucha, Irpin’, Mariupil’, and Chernihiv.

"Everyone during the war must do what they do best. We know how to sew quality and safe plush toys. So we gladly gave away six hundred such toys to reduce anxiety and give a smile to the children,” said Iryna Timina, CMO of WP Merchandise.

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