My Stuff Bags Honors Seattle's SimplyFun for Charitable Donation

SimplyFun Makes $100,000 Product Donation to Charity

Jun 16, 2014, 06:00 ET from SimplyFun, LLC

SEATTLE, June 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- SimplyFun, LLC., a developer and direct sales company for award winning games was honored at the My Stuff Bags Chic luncheon in Los Angeles, California on May 28, 2013 for donating $100,000 of product during National Foster Care Month to support the My Stuff Bags program.

The My Stuff Bags Foundation provides new belongings, comfort and hope to thousands of children each year who must be rescued from abuse, neglect and abandonment across the United States. By rallying widespread individual and corporate involvement through their unique "My Stuff Bags" program, they address the immediate physical and emotional needs of rescued children, and help support the agencies caring for them.

SimplyFun's CEO, Patty Pearcy says, "Many of our SimplyFun moms have been active in foster care programs and understand the great need that an organization like My Stuff Bags fulfills.  We can only imagine how lonely and scared children might be when they must be removed from their homes and put into foster care.  If a SimplyFun game can brighten a dark time in a child's life by adding just one smile, we all then have reason to smile."

About SimplyFun 
SimplyFun produces award-winning games designed for educating kids and connecting families. Developed with a focus on making learning fun, SimplyFun games help kids of all ages, from toddlers to teens, develop communication, math and science skills, express creativity, collaborate with others and enhance their critical thinking. Founded in 2004, SimplyFun provides its Playologist consultants the ability to change lives with its educational games while earning unlimited income through direct sales opportunities in person and online.

About My Stuff Bags:
My Stuff Bags ( was established as a response to a call for help from agencies who rescue and care for rescued children. Crisis shelters, child and family services agencies, foster care providers and homeless shelters can offer safety and food, but often lack the resources to provide the basic necessities these children so desperately require. My Stuff Bags Foundation fills the immediate physical and emotional needs of rescued children by providing agencies and shelters with individual "My Stuff" duffels filled with brand-new childhood essentials such as toiletries, clothing, school supplies, toys, books, a stuffed animal and a warm, often handmade blanket.

Thanks to the huge amount of support from volunteers and from donors throughout the nation, over 450,000 children have received My Stuff Bags distributed through 1,400 agencies in 49 states since the program's inception in 1998.

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