Children’s charity Meru calls out for toy donations

Published on: 26th October 2015

Meru adapts interactive toys for disabled children, creating switches that are easier to use and encouraging interactive play.

Meru-480With Christmas fast approaching, the charity is reaching out to toy companies and retailers for toys which they can modify and give to schools and nursery groups.

Meru says returns or items with damaged packaging are ideal for donating. Faulty products will also be accepted.

Toys can be shipped to UK addresses only and must be delivered to Meru by 20th November in order to be returned in time for Christmas. Not all toys are suitable for modification, but Meru can give advice on what will work and discuss the child’s specific requirements.

To donate or for more information, call Meru on 01372 841239 or email


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