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Ludorum's train series for preschoolers, "Chuggington," has teamed up with international children’s cleft charity Smile Train to raise awareness and funds for the initiative.
Feld Entertainment, producers of "Marvel Universe Live!," has partnered with Unifi and the Boys and Girls Club of America to teach youth about recycling.
DHX Media has sold content from its Umigo online world to VME stations across the U.S. and online for broadcast in Spanish.
Disney Consumer Products and Marvel have launched a new range of products that celebrate real-life military heroes.
Iron Gut Publishing has partnered with the Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity for a collection of artwork featuring the Peter Pan brand.
The U.K. licensing industry charity The Light Fund, is planning a number of new fundraising events, after raising more than £90,000 in 2014.
Uncle Skipper and Pip from the Channel 5 kids' series "Pip Ahoy!," are joining the latest audio podcast of the Royal National Lifeboat Institute's Littlestone station.
The National Gallery Company has partnered with Scoop Designs to develop a range of unique food and beverage gifts featuring artwork from the London museum.
The Boy Scouts of America has added three new licensees to its lineup for toys, camping gear and DIY tools.
Hat and accessories company Canada-Bliss has partnered with actress Tamala Jones, from the ABC TV series "Castle," to develop a signature line.
Brand Licensing Europe is teaming up with a number of charities this year, including the Battersea Dogs & Cats Home, which will provide the event's first-ever mascot.
The University of Georgia has tapped Fermata Partners as its worldwide licensing agency, in a new five-year deal.
Groupon has launched a campaign to boost donations for Sesame Workshop, the non-profit educational organization behind “Sesame Street.”
Abigail, a 5-year-old from Canada, has inspired the new special edition Gold Collection Stargazer Lottie doll, created with the European Space Agency.
In honor of back-to-school season, Warner Bros. Consumer Products has launched an educational program featuring Scooby-Doo.
The U.S. Postal Service, in collaboration with Warner Bros. Consumer Products and DC Entertainment, will feature Batman on a limited edition collection of stamps.
ToonBox Entertainment and the Canadian Red Cross have partnered for CRC’s Violence, Bullying and Abuse Prevention educational program.
High Sierra, a division of Samsonite, and The Citypak Project will distribute 1,750 specially designed backpacks to the homeless in the Boston area June 19.
DC Thomson's weekly women’s magazine The People’s Friend is partnering with the group of charities that form the Age U.K. network.
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