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Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Holiday Gift Guide - For The Kids: IKEA Soft Toys + Donation

Ikea Soft Toys Gift Guide Gift For Kids Donation To Save The Children and UNICEF 
We're starting off the Holiday Gift Guide @ Student Saving Bucks with a Gift Idea for the kids! Every kid likes plushies, but these come with a little more satisfaction! IKEA's Soft Toys are adorable, but they also help children in other countries. To review, we received the TORVA Collection of Soft Toys; It includes the Brocolli, Strawberry and Carrot. This collection was designed to help kids learn how to grow veggies and introduce them to environmental thinking with a "Vegetable Patch" theme Children's Book. I absolutely love them, as do my little brother and sister. We learned that the carrot is actually a squeaky toy, which kids just love to squeeze for hours from what it seemed. 

IKEA's Soft Toy Campaign will be running from November 1 - December 24th, 2011. It is an annual event, in which IKEA donates 1 Euro ($1.35 USD) to the IKEA Soft Toys for Education Campaign for each Soft Toy purchased. Each Euro is split and donated to UNICEF and Save The Children for projects giving children in Asian, Eastern Europe and Africa access to a quality education. IKEA's Soft Toy Campaign has donated 47.5 million to UNICEF and Save The Children since 2003. The campaign has helped about 8 million kids in 40 countries get a quality education.

This year, make a difference in a child's life while helping put a smile on your own. These adorable IKEA Soft Toys (which also include stuffed animals, finger puppets and books) retail from $0.49 - $19.99 and are available online or at your local IKEA store. A huge thanks to IKEA for providing us with our adorable Soft Toys and donating to children's education. I believe education is the first step to change. 

Disclaimer: I was NOT paid for this post, however I did receive the product in question,  from the company or their representing  PR company,  free of charge in exchange for my review. All opinions are my own and I have provided a fair and honest review. I received no other compensation for my review nor was I under any obligation to give a positive review.

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