Each year, IKEA foundation holds their Soft Toys for Education campaign. Part of the campaign is a competition that puts children into the designer’s seat, asking them to draw their dream plush toy. The sale of the toys goes to support children living in poverty and to day, over €77 million has been raised, helping over 11 million children.

Check out the winning drawings and if you see one of these available in November or December, pick one up for that special child in your life and make an impact in another child’s life.

Thymeo, 4 years
Belgium

Terrence, 6 years
Malaysia

 

Albert, 7 years
Romania

Maja, 8 years and John, 5 years
Norway

Koen, 10 years
Holland

Karla, 10 years
Croatia

Dora, 7 years
United Kingdom

Carlota/Rosita, 4 years

Spain

You-Chen Wu, 6 years
Taiwan

Stella, 6 years
Cyprus

 

Can’t make it into an Ikea store? You can also buy online to support the cause.

Want to learn more? Check out the making of these toys in this video.

Photos from Adweek.

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Elizabeth Becker

Elizabeth is Marketing Manager at PROTECH. Comments and feedback can be directed to her at jobs@protechfl.com.