Mattel hires COVID-19 frontline staff with physicians, nurses, EMTs, delivery managers and action figure workers in supermarkets that will raise money to buy PPE for first responders

  • Toy maker Mattel launched a & # 39; Thank You Heroes & # 39; line of 16 new action figures honoring workers on frontlines during coronavirus pandemic
  • The toy, which is sold under the company's Fisher-Price brand, includes doctors, nurses, EMT's and delivery managers in different genders and skin colors
  • Matell, known for Barbie and Hot Wheels, began selling these figures for $ 20 each this week, pledging to donate $ 15 from & # 39; sales
  • First Responders First will receive the proceeds to pay for essential supplies, equipment and resources for workers in the front line during the outbreak.
  • Fisher-Price also offers a five-person version of Little People's figure complete for $ 20, which includes a supermarket worker
  • Here you can help people who are not affected by Covid-19

Toy maker Mattel launched a new toy guide line this week to honor workers on the & # 39; front lines of & # 39; e pandemic of coronavirus.

Through its Fisher-Price brand, the company started a & # 39; Thank You Heroes & # 39; line selling 16 new action figures.

The line includes nurses, doctors, EMT & # 39; s delivery managers in different genders and skin colors.

Toy maker Mattel launched a new toy line this week, & # 39; Thank You Heroes & # 39 ;, which workers honor on & # 39; the front lines of & # 39; a coronavirus pandemic. Pictured are figures from the nurses collection

Pictured are figures from & # 39; doctor's collection & # 39; a new play line from & # 39; Thank You Heroes & # 39; from Mattel

Pictured are figures from & # 39; doctor's collection & # 39; a new play line from & # 39; Thank You Heroes & # 39; from Mattel

The & # 39; Thank You Heroes & # 39; medical technician playline is pictured

The & # 39; Thank You Heroes & # 39; medical technician playline is pictured

Mattel & # 39; s & # 39; Thank You Heroes & # 39; -line also has a collection of board directors (pictured)

Mattel & # 39; s & # 39; Thank You Heroes & # 39; -line also has a collection of board directors (pictured)

Mattel, known for his iconic Barbie doll and Hot Wheels cars, sells each figure for $ 20 and pledges to donate $ 15 of the proceeds to First Responders First, a fund set up to pay for personal protective equipment, such as PPE and other & # 39; essential supplies, & # 39; needed by frontline workers during the outbreak.

First Responders First will also cover the costs of accommodation, child care, food, mental health support and other resources to protect workers in the front line and their patients.

Fisher-Price also offers a five-person set version of Little People's figures complete for $ 20 that includes an employee of supermarkets.

The toy is scheduled for shipment to consumers by December 31.

To date, there have been 1,050,794 cases in the US of the coronavirus, which is blamed for 60,441 expensive.

Fisher-Price also offers a five-person set of Little People's first responders (pictured), also for $ 20. Mattel commits to send $ 15 off each sale of its new toy bug to First Responders First to support essential supplies, equipment and resources

Fisher-Price also offers a five-person set of Little People's first responders (pictured), also for $ 20. Mattel commits to send $ 15 off each sale of its new toy bug to First Responders First to support essential supplies, equipment and resources

The Mattel website for the new toy invites consumers & # 39; Thank You Say. Make a hero smile. #PlayItForward. & # 39;

The First Responders First fund, which is to profit from sale of the toy line was launched last month by the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health; Thrive Global, a company founded by Arianna Huffington that transforms technology and media through behavioral change to support individuals who are struggling with stress and burnout; and the CAA Foundation, the philanthropic arm of talent company the Creative Arts Agency.

Mattel & # 39; s Fisher-Price & # 39; s an image-defining brand and the products speak to something deep within us, & # 39; Huffington, who also co-founded Huffington Post, told USA TODAY.

& # 39; It is wonderful to see this connection bring joy to the children, but also to give us all one more way to honor (the & # 39; frontline responders). I don't think we can have enough ways to honor them. & # 39;

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