Toys Campaign


Al-Ayn Social Care Foundation aims to provide for orphaned children in all aspects of their needs, whether in terms of allowances, health, education, or recreation.

We therefore run a continuous campaign throughout the year to collect new and excellent condition used toys, to send to the children in Iraq.

Additionally, we receive donations to purchase toys to send to the children, You can donate to this campaign through this page (£10 per toy), or by texting "AYNT10 £10" to 70070.

We also welcome donations towards the costs of shipment to help make this campaign sustainable.

To donate toys, please visit our offices in London or Birmingham

We welcome new and used toys (in excellent condition), such as soft toys, accessories, stationery, school bags, colouring books, and any other toys. For the children's psychological wellbeing, please avoid toys of violent nature (toy guns etc).

For more information or to request a collection, please email us on

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