Topps, Bazooka Continue Support For Youth Non-Profit DREAM

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Employees of The Topps Co., Inc. volunteer during non-profit youth organization DREAM's Championship Day.
Employees of The Topps Co., Inc. volunteer during non-profit youth organization DREAM’s Championship Day.

New York — For the second consecutive year, The Topps Co., Inc., parent company of Bazooka Candy Brands, has been a key organizer and sponsor of non-profit youth development organization DREAM’s “Championship Day,” an end-of-season celebration for participants in the non-profit’s REAL Kids summer program.

DREAM serves low-come children in East Harlem, the South Bronx and Newark by providing opportunities through a charter school, after-school and summer programs; baseball and softball leagues; and other support programs.

Topps has been partnering with the non-profit since 2017, and reports it has contributed more than $100,000 to date, along with numerous in-kind donations to DREAM programs and events.

The partnership includes support for programs such as A League of Our Own events, which celebrate girls and young women; Adopt a Dream Class programs that feature workshops to help prepare participants for college and the workplace; and league sponsorships, which include providing resources such as uniforms, equipment and transportation for an entire elementary school team and league.