Main Functions of the Toy Trust
Co-ordinates and organises various fundraising activities
Makes donations only to charities for children
Provides emergency aid in any crisis involving children
Toy Trust funds help disadvantaged children and their families to:
Support children through awful experiences
Encourage achievement through adversity
Purchase vital equipment
Bolster existing initiatives
Initiate brand new projects
Satisfy basic needs
Oxford Wet N Wild
Drayton Rd, Berinsfield
This event is managed by Skyline Events on behalf of the Toy Trust.
09:30 Event Registration opens
10:15 Warm up/Briefings
10:30 Olympic Triathlon / cyclists start
11.15 Sprint distance triathlon start
12.00 5km / 10km Run starts (first) / 5km/10km walk start
12.45 BBQ / drinks
Participants info pack
Apply for funding
The Toy Trust receives many requests for donations on a weekly basis. Each request is evaluated against a strict set of criteria, to discover if you are eligible please follow the button link belowFind out more
Events & Fundraising
Each year people from across the industry, from manufacturers and retailers to licensors and suppliers, come together for a number of events to raise funds that will go to children’s causes across the UK and overseas.
The Toy Trust committee, that disburses the funds raised, is made up of a cross section of industry representatives including manufacturers, retailers and licensors.
To ensure all the money raised goes to the children that need it, the Toy Trust is administered by the British Toy & Hobby Association, which covers all administration costs.Find out more
Money raised through fundraising events and other initiatives is distributed by the Toy Trust committee that meets five or six times each year to allocate grants to children’s causes in need of support. All projects and charities, whether local, national or international, will receive consideration from the committee.
With the help of the many supporters of the trust, from across the entire industry, £5.9 million has been raised since its inception.