The toys are assembled and shipped by a team of craftsmen in Chicago.
Each toy is handcrafted from scratch in Chicago with the help of the local artist, who paints and sculpts each one, using his or her own skills.
The craftsmen say they’re not selling toys for profit.
They’re just trying to provide a fun experience for kids and help raise money for the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.
They say the toys are available at many toy stores nationwide and can be purchased for $4.99 each.
The Toys for Tots campaign, launched in 2015, is part of a national effort to get kids to donate to the charity.
The nonprofit raises money to help provide medical and surgical supplies and to fund the construction of new classrooms.