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Lazada, Hasbro offer Malaysians opportunity to bring joy to children

23rd December, 2020

KUALA LUMPUR: Lazada Malaysia and Hasbro Inc collaborate to offer Malaysians the opportunity to bring joy and festive cheer to children of Make-A-Wish Malaysia through a special holiday toy drive campaign with a target of 1,000 toys.

In a joint statement on Tuesday, the companies said Malaysians could browse the official Hasbro store on Lazada Malaysia and purchase toys or games worth RM125 from brands such as Nerf, Play Doh, Transformers and Monopoly, from today until Dec 31.

“Hasbro will then match the purchase and the same item will be given to a child in need, granting their Christmas wish this year,” both companies said.

Lazada Malaysia chief marketing officer, Diana Boo hoped shoppers would continue to use the opportunity to pay it forward and grant a wish for an underprivileged child as Malaysians wrap up a challenging 2020.

Additionally, Hasbro would be donating toys to children at the Tunku Azizah Hospital here to bring joy and cheerful smiles during unprecedented times and help families in Malaysia through the #PlayTogether campaign. –Bernama

   
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