Pokemon announced a $25 million children’s support program


Pokemon Company International is about to implement a very generous plan. Over the next five years, the international branch of the company that owns the Pokemon IP will donations $25 million for children around the world through several different charities.

Most 25 million USD will be donated in cash to organizations working to improve the lives of children and support social justice. Another portion of this donation will consist of products Pokemon TCG and Pokemon Center. Sometimes, cash can’t beat the appeal of a giant stuffed Pikachu.


Parties that will receive support include globally active organizations, volunteer groups in Europe, Latin America, North America and Oceania, as well as local organizations near headquarters The Pokemon Company International in Bellevue, Washington and London, UK. Some of the organizations that appear on the list of recipients include Save the Children, UNICEF USA, The Trevor Project, Indian Child Welfare Association, Toy Foundation, Black Girls CODE, GlobalGiving. Readers can see the full list here.

“Pokemon is a brand that instantly sparks joy and has consistently fueled the imaginations of children around the world for 25 years,” said The Pokemon Company International President Kenji Okubo. With themes of adventure, friendship and perseverance, Pokemon was welcomed into the lives of a large fan base in many countries around the world. We strive to leverage that unique ability and the support we receive from our vast Coach community to be a positive force in the lives of children and create an inclusive world , more equal, where all can thrive.”

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