Warmies donates 18,000 toys to American Heart Association
Stuffed animal brand Warmies donated 18,000 plush toys to the American Heart Association’s Kids Heart Challenge Program.
The donated products will be aiding the organization’s mission to provide lessons, tools and activities to support both mental and physical well-being for students, families and staff in schools across America, according to the company.
Warmies offers heatable plush and wellness products with innovative microwavable features that aim to impart warmth and soothing aromas. Providing both comfort and companionship across individuals of all ages, This donation initiates Warmies’ partnership with the American Heart Association.
“We are absolutely delighted to partner with the American Heart Association in such a meaningful way,” said Scott Wehrs, president of Warmies. “We firmly believe that our products can make a difference in students’ lives by promoting relaxation and making heart healthy choices.”
Added Paisley Payton, national senior lead of school engagement for the American Heart Association: “We are incredibly grateful for Warmies’ generous donation. Our Kid’s Heart Challenge Program has been empowering children to lead healthier lives for over 45 years, and we know that these Avocado Warmies will bring joy to countless children.”
For nearly 100 years, the American Heart Association has been fighting heart disease and stroke, striving to save and improve the lives of families and communities worldwide. Warmies said it aims to help inspire children to make healthier lifestyle choices that will shape their futures.