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Fairfield PBA elves make holiday toy deliveries to kids – Fairfield Citizen

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Fairfield police officers show off some of the toy’s collected in the Police Benevolent Association’s annual holiday toy drive.

Fairfield police officers show off some of the toy’s collected in the Police Benevolent Association’s annual holiday toy drive.

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Fairfield Det. Stephen Rilling stands at the end of a long line of toys, donated to the Police Benevolent Association’s annual holiday drive. Toys were delivered to the children’s unit at Bridgeport Hospital, the Save the Children Foundation and Newtown Kindness.

Fairfield Det. Stephen Rilling stands at the end of a long line of toys, donated to the Police Benevolent Association’s annual holiday drive. Toys were delivered to the children’s unit at Bridgeport Hospital, … more[1]

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They didn’t arrive via sleigh, but members of the Fairfield Police Benevolent Association[2] delivered hundreds and hundreds of toys for children just before Christmas, toys that were collected during the group’s annual holiday toy drive.

“We collected an insane amount of toys,” police Detective Stephen Rilling[3] said. Rilling, who was in charge of the toy drive, said the publicity generated when a Seymour woman was charged in early December with trying to take 16 toys from collection boxes in the police headquarters’ lobby, may have spurred donations to such high levels.

In addition to collection boxes all over town, the PBA also held a “stuff the cruiser” driver, and ended up filling more than three police cruisers with toys for the campaign.

On Dec. 21, Rilling was in the police lobby, sorting the toys for donation by age and gender, before officers delivered the toys to the children’s unit at Bridgeport Hospital[4], the Save the Children Foundation[5] and Newtown Kindness[6].

As the delivery day drew near, Rilling said he was “excited to get them to their final destination to make a child’s holiday memorable.”

References

  1. ^ … more (www.fairfieldcitizenonline.com)
  2. ^ Fairfield Police Benevolent Association (www.fairfieldcitizenonline.com)
  3. ^ Stephen Rilling (www.fairfieldcitizenonline.com)
  4. ^ Bridgeport Hospital (www.fairfieldcitizenonline.com)
  5. ^ Children Foundation (www.fairfieldcitizenonline.com)
  6. ^ Newtown Kindness (www.fairfieldcitizenonline.com)

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Inmates act as elves, building hundreds of wooden Christmas toys for kids – WCVB Boston

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A giant doll house, big enough for dozens of children to play with.

Paul Brosseau called it “what Christmas is all about.”

Brosseau built this multistory doll house and helped deliver it to its new home at the Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock in Lebanon.

Ten days ago, he and a crew of inmates he oversees at the Southeast State Correctional Facility in Windsor made the doll house to a very specific set of requirements.

“We wanted kids to be able to stand up and play, to sit down and play – we wanted it for our smallest patients and some of our bigger kids,” said Jessica Laperle, a representative at the hospital. “We also wanted kids that were in wheelchairs or in stretchers to be able to also really feel included in the play.”

Hospital representatives say they think the dollhouse will be a helpful tool for kids recovering from treatment. And Brosseau said he was happy to help.

“Especially this time of year, giving back to the community – what better way to give back to the community than to, uh, for the sick children, the children visiting the hospital to have something to play with,” said Brosseau.

But this isn’t Brosseau’s or the prison crew’s first project. For this Christmas, they built nearly 475 wooden toys for children in need.

“He (Brosseau) makes doll houses for us – on a smaller scale – but as soon as they brought it out and they land on the floor at the distribution center, they’re gone!” said Rick Maynard of Toys for Tots. 

This is the fourth year the prison has partnered with the foundation. And Brosseau says the opportunity gives back not just to the children, but also to the men who make the toys.

“The other great thing about this is the people who built this got to learn, they did the math, they did the layout,” Brosseau said. “I mean, they were down there this morning — a little after 6 o’clock this morning — loading it to make sure it was ready to go.”

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WPTZ Editorial: Thanks for supporting Toys for Kids – WPTZ The Champlain Valley

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On the twelfth day of Christmas, my true love gave to me… red barrels of toys for girls and boys underneath many a Christmas tree!

Thank you for your overwhelming generosity to our 16th annual Toys For Kids campaign. We put out the call just after Thanksgiving and you answered emphatically with toys, games, dolls and stuffed animals by the carload.

Watch this segment[1]

This year, our partners at the Marine Corps League literally did the heavy lifting! With so many toys to deliver before Christmas Day, they logged the miles and brought joy to thousands of kids!

We thank our sponsors, North Country Honda Dealers and Suburban Propane for stepping up and being a part of something that impacts so many lives.

It’s especially fitting that I get to say Thank You for giving to Toys For Kids this year on Christmas Day. In some cases, literally as I speak, toys are being opened all across our viewing region – gifts that would have otherwise not gotten to those who need it most were it not for you. Thank you. 

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  1. ^ Watch this segment (www.wptz.com)

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Salvation Army toy shop fulfills Christmas wishes – Herald & Review

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DECATUR — Casting her eyes over a table filled with toys, Bobi Johnston couldn’t hide her delight. “These are cool!” she said, marveling over the trucks, rocket ships and action figures.

Johnston was among hundreds of parents who received help from the Salvation Army to provide gifts to their children this Christmas. For the second year, the army transformed its gymnasium into a toy shop, allowing parents to choose toys they thought their children would like.

This was also Johnston’s second year receiving the help, for which she said she was very grateful. When her three children – a 2-year-old girl and boys ages 7 and 9 – opened their gifts last year, she broke down in tears.

“Oh my gosh, we just cried,” she said. “They only got what they got from here last year, and they loved it. They loved everything they got.”

And every time she sees a red Salvation Army kettle, Johnston said she always gives money. Even if it’s only 20 cents, it’s something, she said.

Dave MacDonna, director of communication and development for the army, said more than 3,400 children would receive the toys. In addition, the army is set to distribute food boxes to 1,300 families on Monday.

The shop was scheduled to admit 12 people every 15 minutes from Tuesday to Thursday, said Maj. Susan Dalberg, estimating that there were about 15,000 toys available. Volunteers pushed carts for each family and helped them follow the guidelines as to how many items could be chosen from each table.

“I want (people) to see that the contributions they make are going to needy families and children who will have a great Christmas because of them,” Dalberg said.

Melody Scroggins, assistant coordinator of the Marine Corps Reserves Toys for Tots drive that provides most of the toys, said the need has grown since she began helping 14 years ago.

The toy drive brought in 9,000 toys, she said, praising the generosity of Decatur residents and store managers who helped secure deals to stretch the dollars as far as possible.

“There’s been some (parents) that said, ‘If it wasn’t for you, my child wouldn’t have Christmas.’ That’s what’s worthwhile,” she said.

Volunteer Brea Acosta said the families generally seemed amazed and happily overwhelmed by the many choices available.

While the true meaning of Christmas has more to do with the spirit of giving than the gifts themselves, Acosta knows that it makes parents feel good when they’re able to provide even one present from a child’s wish list.

Receiving a longed-for item also has a powerful effect on a child. For instance, Acosta still remembers the year that a particular talking doll waited under the tree.

In fact, she still has it.

“It just has a meaning you can’t explain,” she said. “I think that made me feel like I was heard.”

apetty@herald-review.com|(217) 421-6986

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Salvation Army toy shop fulfills Christmas wishes – Herald & Review

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DECATUR — Casting her eyes over a table filled with toys, Bobi Johnston couldn’t hide her delight. “These are cool!” she said, marveling over the trucks, rocket ships and action figures.

Johnston was among hundreds of parents who received help from the Salvation Army to provide gifts to their children this Christmas. For the second year, the army transformed its gymnasium into a toy shop, allowing parents to choose toys they thought their children would like.

This was also Johnston’s second year receiving the help, for which she said she was very grateful. When her three children – a 2-year-old girl and boys ages 7 and 9 – opened their gifts last year, she broke down in tears.

“Oh my gosh, we just cried,” she said. “They only got what they got from here last year, and they loved it. They loved everything they got.”

And every time she sees a red Salvation Army kettle, Johnston said she always gives money. Even if it’s only 20 cents, it’s something, she said.

Dave MacDonna, director of communication and development for the army, said more than 3,400 children would receive the toys. In addition, the army is set to distribute food boxes to 1,300 families on Monday.

The shop was scheduled to admit 12 people every 15 minutes from Tuesday to Thursday, said Maj. Susan Dalberg, estimating that there were about 15,000 toys available. Volunteers pushed carts for each family and helped them follow the guidelines as to how many items could be chosen from each table.

“I want (people) to see that the contributions they make are going to needy families and children who will have a great Christmas because of them,” Dalberg said.

Melody Scroggins, assistant coordinator of the Marine Corps Reserves Toys for Tots drive that provides most of the toys, said the need has grown since she began helping 14 years ago.

The toy drive brought in 9,000 toys, she said, praising the generosity of Decatur residents and store managers who helped secure deals to stretch the dollars as far as possible.

“There’s been some (parents) that said, ‘If it wasn’t for you, my child wouldn’t have Christmas.’ That’s what’s worthwhile,” she said.

Volunteer Brea Acosta said the families generally seemed amazed and happily overwhelmed by the many choices available.

While the true meaning of Christmas has more to do with the spirit of giving than the gifts themselves, Acosta knows that it makes parents feel good when they’re able to provide even one present from a child’s wish list.

Receiving a longed-for item also has a powerful effect on a child. For instance, Acosta still remembers the year that a particular talking doll waited under the tree.

In fact, she still has it.

“It just has a meaning you can’t explain,” she said. “I think that made me feel like I was heard.”

apetty@herald-review.com|(217) 421-6986

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Encourage imagination and invigorate playtime with books, puzzles, games and more from Kohl’s! From baby toys to toddler toys, little kid activities to big kid games, Kohl’s has fun for everyone. Find a stuffed animal friend or energize play with sports equipment like soccer gear, basketball hoops and golf clubs. Discover puzzles, art supplies, bikes, trains and planes. Sort by your kids’ favorite characters like Batman, Minnie Mouse, Angry Birds and Disney Princesses. Inspire creativity with arts and crafts and explore the latest video games all at Kohl’s.

Add another dimension to pretend play with playhouses and playsets: a Fisher-Price dollhouse[2], kid sized kitchens, cottages and castles set the scene for children’s make believe. Dress up clothes and costumes help them to imagine and act out their own stories and roles. If birthdays or holidays are just around the corner, find the perfect kids’ gifts with the most popular Barbie dolls, Hello Kitty Accessories[3] and board games[4]. Shop by age or interest: find toys for little builders, musicians, athletes and more. Kohl’s vast selection of toys and games will entertain and enrich playtime for kids of all ages.

References

  1. ^ Today’s Deals (www.kohls.com)
  2. ^ Fisher-Price dollhouse (www.kohls.com)
  3. ^ Hello Kitty Accessories (www.kohls.com)
  4. ^ board games (www.kohls.com)

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Toy makers turn to YouTube to grab kids’ attention – Los Angeles Times

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Children used to gravitate toward the Rokenbok display at mom-and-pop stores to get their hands on the toy maker’s monorail sets, robots and battery-powered dump trucks.

But as big retailers like Wal-Mart and Target drove many of those specialty stores out of business several years ago, the San Diego area toy brand struggled to give shoppers a close look at their pricey play sets, which can cost hundreds of dollars.

That’s when they turned to YouTube[1]. The privately owned business started shooting two- to three-minute stop-animation videos of their toys in action.

The clips show Rokenbok’s small Lego-like figures launching a rocket ship, fending off a robot invasion and being eaten by a Tyrannosaurus rex. Views have climbed into the millions and sales quickly grew 25%.

“We’re not a mass-market toy,” said Caitlin Bigelow, Rokenbok’s director of marketing who also directs and scripts the company’s YouTube videos. “The great thing about YouTube is we could target our niche audience. We discovered this whole subculture of kids who liked watching things like trash truck videos.”Not every toy maker can be like Walt Disney Co., a behemoth that pipes original content onto its own cable network while releasing blockbuster movies to hordes of adoring fans.For others, there’s YouTube. The Google-owned video platform has become an increasingly powerful tool for toy brands seeking to reach kids in an age when Saturday morning cartoons are a relic of a bygone age and mobile devices are quickly replacing televisions as the primary source of entertainment.”YouTube especially benefits small and mid-size companies that may not have the money to create full animated series,” said Jim Silver, editor in chief of toy review website TTPM. “It’s cost effective and it gets seen by kids.”That’s not to say some bigger names haven’t benefited, too.Silver said YouTube is credited with helping propel Lego’s massive resurgence in the last decade after fans started making live-action videos with the toys reenacting cultural touchstones like Michael Jackson’s[2] “Beat It” music video and Indiana Jones’ “Raiders of the Lost Ark.”Today, toy giants Lego, Mattel[3] and Hasbro all run YouTube channels with varying degrees of original digital content. The popular series “Barbie: Life in the Dreamhouse” leaned heavily on YouTube, as did an animated series for the dolls in “Monster High” — both Mattel properties. Even Toys R Us is getting into the action with YouTube videos introducing the hottest toys.”Toy makers want to go where the eyeballs are and a generation ago that was Saturday morning cartoons,” said Jason Moser, a toy analyst at the Motley Fool. “Today though, that dynamic has shifted with not only the move away from linear television but also the very redefining of what a TV is with the proliferation of mobile devices.”At least three-quarters of all U.S. children ages 8 and younger have access to a smartphone or tablet, according to Common Sense, a nonprofit organization that helps families promote safe technology and media for children.Many of those kids are eschewing the big three of children’s programming — the Disney Channel, the Cartoon Network[4] and Nickelodeon[5] — for YouTube. There, they’re watching millions of hours of original content from brands as well as “unboxing” videos, a phenomenon in which amateur video creators unpack new toys on camera. (YouTube says Americans have watched 60 million hours of “unboxing” videos this year, already doubling last year’s total.)With the big budgets required, a TV show is often out of the question for smaller brands. And even if they did come up with the dough, they would find it challenging to break into a space dominated by the three major children’s networks, Moser said.”Cracking the triopoly is a more difficult puzzle to solve as they are responsible for many of the most popular brands on the market today and so much of that stems from the very content they create,” Moser said. “Disney in particular has really set the standard for creating wonderful content and then monetizing that content in a number of different ways including toys, games and other consumer goods. Like the saying goes, content is king.”One company that started with a YouTube-only strategy is currently giving Disney a run for its money on the toy shelves, though.Moose Toys, an Australian brand, has exploded onto the scene with collectible figurines called Shopkins. In just over a year, the dolls, which depict everyday consumer items like vegetables, cupcakes and shoes, have become one of the top-selling toys in the U.S. Rare pieces are commanding thousands of dollars on EBay.There is no Shopkins TV show like there is for other popular toys such as Disney’s “Doc McStuffins” or Hasbro’s “My Little Pony.” But the company released 20 so-called webisodes — “Shopkins” cartoons clocking in at under two minutes — during the toy’s launch in summer 2014. The videos have collectively garnered 30 million views and counting.”We didn’t launch with any TV series or any mainstream entertainment because we knew consumers were on YouTube as much as traditional TV,” said Paul Solomon, co-chief executive of Moose Toys. “Kids are looking for instant engagement from the brands they love.”Complemented by fans’ “unboxing” videos on YouTube, “Shopkins” toys and accompanying webisodes turned into a smash success. The company had to more than double the number of its factories in China to meet demand. One of its ultra-rare characters called “Cupcake Queen” sold for $ 4,300 on EBay.Now established, Solomon said the company is looking to break into regular TV with a “Shopkins” series by next fall, though no broadcaster has been named yet.”There’s certainly room for everybody here,” Solomon said. “TV is still extremely powerful even though YouTube is fast becoming the preferred screen.”

Meanwhile, at Rokenbok’s headquarters in Solana Beach, about 20 miles north of downtown San Diego, staff continue to churn out up to 40 YouTube videos a year. The painstaking process of stop animation means it takes three to four weeks to produce a typical two-minute clip.

Filming takes place in a toy lab. Paul Eichen, Rokenbok’s chief executive who founded the company in 1995, often helps build sets for the shoots.

Sales have dwindled the last year since YouTube stopped allowing brands to customize their YouTube pages for desktop computers with advertising and links.

Still, the brand’s channel has garnered more than 61 million views — not bad for an educational toy company with only a handful of full-time employees.

“We’re not Lego or Mattel,” said Bigelow, the marketing director. “We’re also not as big as people think we are. We’re a small company with a big Web presence.”

david.pierson@latimes.com[6]

Twitter: @dhpierson

References

  1. ^ YouTube (www.latimes.com)
  2. ^ Michael Jackson (www.latimes.com)
  3. ^ Mattel Inc. (www.latimes.com)
  4. ^ Cartoon Network (tv network) (www.latimes.com)
  5. ^ Nickelodeon (tv network) (www.latimes.com)
  6. ^ david.pierson@latimes.com (www.latimes.com)

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Members of the Weston Trap Club fired up their rifles to help bring local kids some joy this Christmas.

Contestants shot 50 targets and based on their shooting ability, could win money.

To participate in the event you had to pay $ 20, $ 8 of which gets donated to the trap club and the rest becomes prize money for the winners. Participants also donated a toy or $ 5 dollars to the Women’s Community in Wausau.

“They only got so much in funds and Christmas is coming, so we’re helping supply them with Christmas presents, that’s our main goal, to help the kids,” Weston Trap Club member, Jack Morris said.

This was the second year of the event. 87 people participated, and they raised just over $ 467 for the Women’s Community.

The Women’s Community provides services to people in Central Wisconsin impacted by domestic violence, sexual assault and unemployment.

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Kids’ Toys – YouTube

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Playset of Play Doh Angry Birds, Play-Doh Ice Cream Maker Double Twister, Play Doh Candy Cyclone, Play Doh Jungle Pets, Disney characters Play doh and artistic Play-Doh creations.

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