Richmond, VA (PRWEB) December 14, 2008
Children, Incorporated is joining forces with two companies to help children-in-need this holiday season. Imagine the Challenge is a Battle Creek, Michigan-based toy company that will donate portions of their profit from online sales to Children, Incorporated to go towards CI's Warm Clothing Fund. Richmond, Virginia-based Cashew Concern Certification, a cashew compliance and tracking program, will donate proceeds to improve living and working conditions for children in cashew-producing countries.
Imagine the Challenge will donate 10% of online sales to Children, Incorporated when customers type in the coupon code "Child8." Imagine the Challenge sells developmental toys for children that cultivate verbal, cognitive, creative, physical, musical and social abilities. "We at Imagine the Challenge have given shoppers the convenient opportunity to donate to the Warm Clothing Fund while shopping for holiday gifts," said Vice-President Adam Carrick. "During this time of year people want to help others. Visit Imagine the Challenge at http://www.imaginetoys.com.
Cashew Concern Certification and Children, Incorporated have teamed up to help children living and working in dire conditions in countries such as India, Brazil and cashew producing nations in Africa. For every 18oz. can of cashews sold, Children, Incorporated will receive one dollar. Cashew Concern ensures that all cashews that display their seal of approval come from overseas facilities that use the highest standards in manufacturing practices. Find Cashew Concern at http://www.cashewconcern.com.
For additional information about the Imagine the Challenge campaign, or the partnership with Cashew Concern Certification, contact Children, Incorporated Director of Marketing and Donor Development Liz Sauer at 800.538.5381 or visit us at http://www.ChildrenIncorporated.org.
About Children, Incorporated
Children, Incorporated is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization based in Richmond, Virginia that works to improve the lives of children living in poverty through partnerships with orphanages, schools and community centers in the United States and 23 other nations. With donations and sponsorships, Children, Incorporated provides food, clothing, medical care and education to over 17,000 children worldwide. To learn more and find out how you can help, visit http://www.ChildrenIncorporated.org.
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