Item is inspired By Disney and Pixar’s “Up.”

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March 13, 2024

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Purpose Pop!, Funko, The Ed Asner Family Center
Purpose Pop!Funko, The Ed Asner Family Center

In support of The Ed Asner Family Center, Funko has released a new Pops! With Purpose Pop! highlighting the Center’s namesake’s role as the curmudgeonly Carl Fredricksen in Disney and Pixar’s animated film, “Up,” available at Funko.com.

For each of these Pop! items sold through Dec. 31, Funko will donate $10 to The Ed Asner Family Center to benefit neurodivergent individuals and their families by offering inclusive day camps, expressive arts, mental health services and vocational enrichment programs.

The Ed Asner Family Center helps empower self-confidence and balance for the cognitive disability community via its arts and career advancement programs. The Center has partnered with Funko on a groundbreaking job training program where center participants gain real-world experience in the workplace.

Pops! With Purpose is a part of the Funko Cares Program, a charity initiative that gives back to the community through monetary and product donations. Funko Cares has partnered with Make-A-Wish, ASPCA, the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, Operation Homefront and more.

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