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The Pokémon Company Pledges $25 Million to Improving the Lives of Underprivileged Children

The Pokémon Company International has pledged a minimum of $25 million over five years to charities committed to improving the lives of underprivileged children.

Funds will go to local, national and international charities that “support children, help build equitable communities, or a combination of both.” Pokémon Company International, which manages Pokémon brands outside of Asia, will share funds across the Americas, Europe and Oceania.

Large quantities of Pokémon toys, trading cards, and video games are also distributed to groups that distribute such items to children.

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“The Pokémon Company International is grateful for the opportunity to give back to the community in which Pokémon has been warmly received since it was first introduced.

“Pokémon is a brand that instantly evokes joy and has captured the imaginations of children around the world for 25 years. With universal themes of adventure, friendship and perseverance, it has an incredibly diverse fan base in every country. We are also welcomed into the lives of people all over the world,” he continued.

“We are dedicated to leveraging our unique abilities and the support we receive from our broad community of trainers to empower children’s lives in a positive way and create a fairer and more inclusive world where all can thrive. doing.”

Pokemon is a brand that exists on all fronts, and more famous video games and trading cards such as upcoming Scarlett and Violet are just some of its overall reach. The company has also worked on reality shows, announced tasteful collaborations with Converse his sneakers, created its own museum exhibits, and produced official music for pop his stars, including Katy Perry.

Ryan Dinsdale is an IGN freelancer. He talks about witchers all day long.

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