Millions of Toys for Millions of Kids in Need
Manufacturers, distributors and retailers in the toy industry
can donate toys to The Toy Bank, and we'll get them
to children who are truly in need of play. It's easy!
- Submit a Product Donation Agreement.
- We'll be in touch to provide your shipping information or to arrange
the pick-up of your donation. That's it!
By contributing toys, you can bring play into the life of a child
in need, expand your corporate philanthropy, participate in an
industry-wide initiative, make room in your warehouse, and possibly
qualify for a tax deduction. Your toys will be given to children
who are living in poverty, rescued from abuse, seeking treatment for
chronic illnesses, and going through other difficult situations. Your
donation will be highlighted here, in our Annual
Report , and in the next Toy of the Year
Awards (TOTY) Tribute Book. See who donated
in 2012 and so far this
The Toy Bank also holds several special collections throughout the
International Toy Fair® Trade Show
Collection – February
Industry Foundation’s (TIF) Toy Bank volunteers clear the showroom
floor of donated samples every year at the Toy Industry
Association’s Toy Fair.
- Summer Toy
Drive – May through August
Summer is a time for
play! We look to toy industry companies to donate any amount of toys for
children in need during the summer season
Toy Preview® Trade Show Collection – October
TIF is the official charity of Fall Toy Preview. Every
year our volunteers collect donations from exhibitors at this trade show
in Dallas for local children’s charities.
Toy & Game Fair Trade Show Collection – November
TIF is the official recipient charity of toys at Chi-TAG each
- Holiday Toy
Drive – November and December
holidays are a time of giving. Toy industry companies show their
holiday spirit by donating toys to The Toy Bank for children in
Have questions? Contact Melissa Sorvillo
at 646-520-4878 for more information.
All donated products must meet all applicable mandatory US consumer
product safety laws including but not limited to the Consumer Product
Safety Act, the Federal Hazardous Substances Act and the Consumer
Product Safety Improvement Act of 2008 when applicable.