IKEA are launching a fab new way to donate unused toys to those less fortunate, organise the home and earn stor-age points which can be turned into discounts on new IKEA products.
The furniture giant has partnered with the children’s charity, Barnardo’s, to launch the “Toy Stor-age” initiative – which is a series of nationwide toy donation drop-off points in a bid to help get the UK started on the road to a more organised home while also helping to find a new home for unused toys.
Inspired by the fourth installment of the hotly anticipated Disney Toy Story film, Toy Story 4, the Toy Stor-age idea will allow families to re-gift all of their unused toys to help some of the UK’s most vulnerable and disadvantaged children.
Additionally, visitors who donate their unused toys to participating IKEA stores will also be given a £10 discount when spending £70 on any toy storage solution item.
Last year more than 300,000 children, young people, parents and carers were supported by the work of Barnardo’s through more than 1,000 services across the UK.
The participating IKEA stores are Greenwich, Wembley, Birmingham, Warrington, Leeds, Sheffield, Southampton and Cardiff.
The Toy Stor-age points initiative is set to run from the 28th to the 31st of March.
For more information on Toy Stor-age points visit your nearest participating IKEA store or online.