Grandview, MO (PRWEB) November 23, 2013
Constructive Playthings, a division of US Toy Company, is proud to announce that for the second year in a row, they will be teaming up with the Grandview Assistance Program to help the less fortunate in the Kansas City area.
The Grandview Assistance Program, or GAP, has been servicing their local community for over 20 years. What started as a small church outreach has since turned into the fully functional non-profit they are today. GAP was created to provide emergency assistance with basis needs such as rent, utility payments, and food to those in need.
This holiday season, Constructive Playthings and its employees have committed to donating food to GAP to give to those in need during the holiday season. Constructive Playthings held a food drive at their corporate office where employees were encouraged to bring in assorted food items to be delivered to GAP. The food will be distributed to families in need this Thanksgiving. Constructive Playthings co-CEO Jonathan Freiden said, “There are so many amazing organizations in our city reaching out to help those in need. We are very thankful that we were able to partner with GAP again this year.”
For more information on the Grandview Assistance Program, please visit their website.
About Constructive Playthings
With a rich, 60 year, history Constructive Playthings is committed to providing the highest quality early childhood products, resources and materials available to teachers, schools and parents. Although no longer with us founder, Frances Gershon, a former nursery school teacher, had the necessary knowledge to fill the seeming void of “good” educational resources available to educators at that time. Current CEOs, and Frances’ grandsons, work to assure her spirit and dedication to quality and excellence can be found in all the products of Constructive Playthings.
Constructive Playthings sister brands include CP Toys and U.S. Toy.