FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
BREA, California – TickTalk, the innovative children’s technology creator, announces a new charitable initiative to support the SeriousFun Children's Network, a nonprofit organization founded by Paul Newman that provides unforgettable camp experiences for children with serious illnesses. In honor of the organization's mission and Paul Newman's legacy, TickTalk will donate a portion of every TickTalk 4 kid’s smartwatch purchase in July to the SeriousFun Children's Network.
The SeriousFun Children's Network offers free, year-round programs for children with serious illnesses and their families, allowing them to experience the joy, independence, and resilience that comes from camp. With a focus on inclusion and support, the organization provides a safe and fun environment where kids can be kids, regardless of their illness.
“By giving a life-changing camp experience to a child with a serious medical condition, they get an opportunity to enjoy the simple joys of childhood that may have been overshadowed by their medical challenges,” said Ying Gong, President and co-founder of TickTalk Tech LLC. “I hope that by supporting this great cause, we can help children make beautiful memories and friendships.”
With a shared commitment to making a positive impact on the world, TickTalk is proud to support the SeriousFun Children's Network and its important work. By donating a portion of proceeds from every TickTalk 4 purchase in July, TickTalk hopes to help the organization deliver life-changing camp experiences to even more children in need.
To support this initiative, customers can shop TickTalk’s website throughout the month of July. A portion of every TickTalk 4 and qualifying bundle purchase will be donated directly to the SeriousFun Children's Network at the end of the month. Donations can also be made directly to the charity on their website.
To learn more about TickTalk’s commitment to social responsibility and charitable giving, please visit TickTalk’s website or contact email@example.com.
Founded in Southern California in 2016, TickTalk smartwatches are a safe cell phone alternative for ages 5-12 that revolutionize the way families connect. With no internet, games, or social media, TickTalk smartwatches have all the positives of a smartphone combining voice calling, video calling, safe messaging, location tracking, parental controls, Emergency SOS, and more, to give families around the world peace of mind.
About SeriousFun Children’s Network
SeriousFun Children's Network is a global community of 30 camps and programs serving children with serious illnesses and their families, always free of charge. Following the founding of The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp by Paul Newman in 1988, he and other like-hearted individuals opened similar camps around the world, ultimately joining together to form SeriousFun Children's Network. Thanks to a shared vision and collective contributions, the Network has evolved to become the leader in the field of medical specialty camps, delivering more than 1.5 million life-changing experiences to children and families from more than 50 countries. Each member camp is an independent, not-for-profit organization dependent upon private funding to serve all children at no cost to their families.