Licensing International to Work with Delivering Good

Non-profit organization provides new merchandise donated by retailers and manufacturers. 
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October 26, 2022

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Licensing International

has named Delivering Good as its charity of choice for product donations.  

Delivering Good is a non-profit organization that provides people in crisis new merchandise donated by manufacturers and retailers. Since 1985, Delivering Good has distributed $3 billion in clothing, home goods, toys, furniture, books and other consumer products to families facing economic, medical, social and environmental challenges.  

Licensing International will utilize its more than 1,500 member companies to partner with Delivering Good and include a clause in future licensing agreements that designates the charity as the destination of choice for excess or unused inventory.  

“We are thrilled to champion Delivering Good to the global brand licensing industry,” says Maura Regan, president, Licensing International. “By naming Delivering Good as Licensing International’s charity of choice for product donations, we hope to support brand owners and their manufacturing and retail partners as

they work to continue to expand the industry’s sustainability efforts.”  

“We are honored to be named Licensing International’s charity of choice,” says Matthew Fasciano, president, chief executive officer, Delivering Good. “The Delivering Good team looks forward to working with the Licensing International membership to connect their excess inventory with children, adults and families across the country and beyond who are struggling with poverty, natural disasters and other challenges. Through a partnership with Delivering Good, companies are offered a responsible way to deal with surplus product that also helps address a range of social issues, providing relief, comfort and dignity. Together we will ensure excess merchandise ends up in the hands of people who need it, instead of landfills.”  

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