Coming to a store near you this June are “True Hope” Bratz and Moxie Girlz dolls. MGA Entertainment made the announcement today. These new dolls show their support and commitment for the fight against breast cancer and are hairless versions of the popular dolls.
Update: We added a picture of the True Hope Bratz Dolls.
More about the dolls:
Under the banner “True Hope,” MGA will release three Bratz® dolls – Cloe™, Yasmin™ and Cameron™, and three Moxie Girlz™ dolls, Avery™, Sofina™ and Jaxson™. The dolls will be available at Toys R Us stores in June, with MGA donating $1 for every “True Hope” Bratz® and Moxie Girlz™ doll, sold to distributors, to City of Hope for cancer research.
“MGA’s mission is to provide joy and happiness to kids around the world. We believe children are our legacy and want them to be healthy, have confidence in their imagination and build their dreams into reality,” said Isaac Larian, CEO MGA Entertainment. “We have a responsibility to children and we take that responsibility very seriously. The Bratz and Moxie Girlz “True Hope” dolls are designed to support and comfort young girls and boys who so bravely endure cancer treatments. MGA also wants to be an active supporter in the fight to develop lifesaving treatments for children.”
I’m not sure if you’ve been aware of the social media movement that’s been happening where the public is asking for toy makers to create hairless dolls. These dolls could help little girls suffering from hair loss due to their cancer treatments, giving them some emotional comfort they so badly need.
I love the whole concept behind this and am extremely proud of MGA for stepping up and creating these dolls. I can’t wait to see what they look like and see how little girls respond to them!