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HTI donates toys to help families from Ukraine

Published on: 19th April 2022

HTI has donated toys, which have been sent to the Help Ukraine Centre in Chelm, Poland, as well as a significant amount of cash towards a children’s shelter.

The team at HTI worked with LGL Worldwide Logistics and volunteers at Help Ukraine to arrange the shipment of toys. LGL freight company also provided its services free of charge. The truck of toys left HTI’s warehouses on Friday 8th April and arrived in Poland on Tuesday 12th April, where they will be distributed according to needs across regions of Ukraine.

In addition, a significant amount of cash funds has been donated to HTI Toys distributor located in Dnipro, Ukraine, the city where the airport has been completed destroyed by Russian bombings. The distributor will be using the funds to help with a children’s shelter.

Mike Butterworth, divisional director at HTI said: “We are fortunate to work in an industry which brings joy to children, and we could not stand back and allow a humanitarian crisis to unfold without us helping. We are a Global organisation and that allows us to have contacts throughout the world. We hope that this donation of toys and funds will help the people of Ukraine and we hope that there is peace very soon.”

HTI is one the UK’s largest independently owned designer and manufacturer of children’s toys, supplying the world’s major retailers. With offices and showrooms in 6 locations and distribution in 66 countries, Its products are designed to give children the opportunity to have fun and grow through creative and imaginative play. For more on the company’s products, visit the website here.

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