A primary way to donate Beanie Babies or other stuffed animals to charity is to submit them to Stuffed Animals for Emergencies, or SAFE. This particular charity will donate the Beanie Baby directly to children who are in need of toys.Know More
In addition to SAFE, there is Toys for Tots and the Battalion Buddies program. Toys for Tots is a program designed to give needy children toys around the Christmas and winter holidays. Typically, there is a drop-off point at a designated area, such as the mall or grocery store. A person can search online for their local drop-off. Donations can also be made to Toys for Tots via their official website or their partnership with Toys 'R Us.
The Battalion Buddies program is designed for kids who have a parent in active military service. Beanie Babies and other stuffed animals can be donated directly to the organization, or a kit can be bought so that a person donating can make a Battalion Buddy at home. The Battalion Buddy program is part of Operation Gratitude which sends care packages to the troops themselves.
Each of these organizations accepts financial contributions as donations as well as stuffed animals and Beanie Babies.Learn more about Toys
Find price lists for Ty Beanie Babies online through sites such as LoveMyBeanies.com, PriceGuideApp.com, SmartCollecting.com and BeanieBabiesHQ.com, as of April 2015. These sites contain lists of accepted resale values for different dolls manufactured in different years, though some prices vary between lists or by seller.Full Answer >
Popular toys from 1993 include the hand-held electronic Aladdin Game from Disney, Beanie Babies from Tyco, the Sesame Street Big Bird Story Magic story book and cassette tape, the Bump N' Go Action Robot, the Dee-Jay Center and the 4-in-1 Game Table with football, hockey and table tennis games. Another popular toy from that year is the Jurassic Park Command Compound play set.Full Answer >
According to Smart Collecting, Speedy is a turtle Beanie Baby with a green body and brown shell. It was first issued on June 25, 1994 and retired on Oct. 1, 1997.Full Answer >
The Beanie Baby Speedy is a baby turtle, and he is one of the original Beanie Babies and one of the first to feature printed fabric. Speedy was first introduced on June 24, 1994, had a birthday of August 14, 1994 and was retired on Oct. 1, 1997.Full Answer >