Community

Our Partners

Our efforts to improve the lives of children around the world are made possible by the excellent work of our nonprofit partners. We are proud to work with these organizations on programs that are designed to strategically integrate elements from each of our core philanthropic pillars - the sparkle of hope, the joy of play, and the power of service - to make a meaningful difference in children's lives everywhere.

We also collaborate on community issues with industry groups including: the Association of Corporate Contributions Professionals (ACCP), Council on Foundations, Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship, Billion+ Change, Points of Light Corporate Service Council, and the Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy (CECP).

generationOn: Helping Children Change the World

Our founding partnership with generationOn, the youth service division of Points of Light, is a cornerstone of our focus on raising a generation of youth who have the compassion, empathy and confidence to stand up for others and take action through service. Together in 2015, we launched the Martin Richard Bridge Builders campaign and hosted the 6th annual Joymaker Challenge, engaging over 200,000 youth globally to make a difference in the world through service projects and acts of kindness.

Learn more about our work with generationOn

Camp Hasbro: Supporting the SeriousFun Children’s Network’s Annual Campout

As part of our strategic philanthropic partnership with the SeriousFun Children’s Network Hasbro opens its doors to children and families with serious illness in support of the Hole in the Wall Gang Camp’s CampOut program. CampOut helps re-create the experience of camp for former campers, while also helping to build and strengthen support networks for parents and children. Together, with camp staff and more than 40 Team Hasbro volunteers, Hasbro hosts a “camp-style” event at its Global Headquarters in Rhode Island, inviting former campers and their families living in the region to take part in both classic camp activities and Hasbro games.