We are working towards developing connections and linking up with organisations outside the UK that work in similar areas as us or organisations we feel we can partnership with in order to develop future projects.
We are also creating partnerships internationally to distribute part of the toys we collect at our Toy Bank. If you would like to join us or collaborate with us or other, please contact us or email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Corporacion Kayten: Kayten is a non-governmental non-profit corporation whose purpose is to promote sustainable development through education, using the Sustainable Development Goals proposed (at the Sustainable Development Summit) by the United Nations in 2015. The teaching methods they follow consist of talks, workshops, training sessions, and any other pedagogical activities aligned with educational institutions, community centres, fairs, exhibits etc. In addition, they are devoted to gathering useful data through research studies, which are later on shared with different governmental organisations or ministries. If you would like to know more about them or are interested in their work, email them at email@example.com.
Part of the toys we collect at our Toy Bank are donated to Canon Education and later distributed among nurseries located in low-income areas in Lagos, Nigeria . Canon Education focuses on driving the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics) Education revolution in Africa. They work in partnership with low-income schools and young
people from Base of the Pyramid (BoP) communities across the continent, starting their work in Nigeria.
Garbage Gobblers is a free educational digital game by a small Slovak studio Bored Monkey. The Android tablet game helps to develop environmental awareness while saving a planet from waste dumps. Feeding garbage to 6 monsters inhabiting a green planet kids learn about 6 types of garbage (organic, paper, glass, plastic, metal, textiles). Changes in graphics, animations and music during play provide intuitive feedback and show the impact of littering on the planet’s ecosystem. The game is suitable for children between 3 and 12 years old and uses no verbal instructions making it easily accessible for children from all language backgrounds.
Todo por Mil Sonrisas: “Todo por Mil Sonrisas”, is a a non-for-profit organisation that supports children, elderly, orphanages, hospitals and vulnerable people facing economic problems in Venezuela. Some of the toys collected from the Toy Bank go directly to them.