Barnardo’s teams up with Nickelodeon to launch fun PAW Patrol range to raise money for vulnerable children

A wallet-friendly range of PAW Patrol-themed goodies have been launched by Nickelodeon just in time for the school term to help raise money for children’s charity Barnardo’s. The fun products – which include rucksacks, space hoppers, arts and crafts and musical instruments – all have designs featuring the lovable characters Chase, Rubble, Skye, and Marshall, who are just some of the heroic pups from Nickelodeon’s number one rated TV show, which is broadcast on Nick Jr. and Channel 5 Milkshake! The PAW PATROL range, which will be available from Monday…

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Nickelodeon International and African Wildlife Foundation Premiere Wildlife Special to Inspire Kids to Help Endangered Animals

Nickelodeon International’s Together For Good and African Wildlife Foundation (AWF) today launched their first collaboration: the Together for Good Wildlife Special, an educational mini-series created to inspire kids to raise awareness about endangered wildlife and empower them to become change-makers. In commemoration, Nickelodeon today also launched a Tanzania environment within its hit educational geography app, Dora’s Worldwide Adventure. “Our research shows that 73 percent of kids aged 6-11 think their age group has the potential to change the world for the better,1 and we want to give them the tools…

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Nickelodeon Celebrates Black History Month With Brand-New Campaign “Our Places, Our History”

Nickelodeon is celebrating Black History Month with a brand-new series of PSAs set in Charleston, South Carolina, that explore themes of education, culture and cuisine as they relate to African Americans.  Each PSA is narrated by kids and use Charleston, South Carolina’s storied past and rich culture as both a focal point and a backdrop, given how a sited more than 50% of African Americans are able to trace their ancestry to the port of Charleston, which served as a slave-trading center more than a century ago. In the first…

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