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Barnardo’s teams with Nickelodeon and PAW Patrol

Special product range will feature in stores and windows to raise money for charity.

Barnardo’s has teamed up with Nickelodeon to offer a range of ‘wallet-friendly’ PAW Patrol products to help raise money for the children’s charity.

The products include rucksacks, space hoppers, arts and crafts and musical instruments featuring the popular characters of Chase, Rubble, Skye and Marshall among others.

“We’re really excited to team up with the ever popular PAW Patrol to offer shoppers a fantastic and great value range of products to inspire children’s creativity and imagination,” said Javed Khan, chief executive of Barnardo’s.

“You can rest assured that when you buy an item you will be helping Barnardo’s to continue supporting vulnerable children, young people, parents and carers from across the UK as 100% of profits from every purchase will go towards our vital services such as those for children who have been exploited, young carers and care leavers.”

Marianne James, vp commercial partnerships, products and experiences at Viacom Nickelodeon Consumer Products, added: “We are pleased to be working with Barnardo’s and be the first company to offer such a wide range of products, as well as be the first company to have a preschool range which will feature in its shop windows to support fundraising for its important work that helps kids and young adults.”

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