Award-winning STEAM brand Osmo announces that its charitable arm, Osmo Cares, donated 1,000 Osmo sampler kits to Stephen and Ayesha Curry’s Eat. Learn. Play.’s “8th Annual Christmas with the Curry’s,” which provided product and food donations to approximately 1,500 low-income families living in California’s Oakland and Alameda Counties. The products were gifted to families at a surprise, holiday food, gift & resource drive-thru distribution, which was jointly held with the Alameda County Community Food Bank (ACCFB), on December 19, 2020 at the Oakland Arena.
“Osmo’s staff volunteered at this heartwarming holiday distribution, and saw how completely surprised and happy the families were to receive the Osmo sampler kits, which gifts kids with benefits of STEAM learning,” says Karen O’Dell, Osmo Director of PR and Osmo Cares. “Osmo Cares likes to partner with foundations that help school-aged kids, and we decided to participate in this because it helps families living in Northern California, where Osmo is located.” Eat. Learn. Play. is committed to unlocking the amazing potential of every child by fighting to end childhood hunger, ensuring students have access to a quality education, and providing safe places for all children to play and be active.
Since 2016, Osmo Cares has made over $200,000 (USD) in product donations to nonprofit and charitable organizations in the U.S., and has established over 50 partnerships with family service and autism awareness organizations. In addition, Osmo currently offers free downloads of the extremely popular Osmo Projector App, which allows teachers to broadcast their desktops and create more engaging virtual classroom environments over popular video conferencing technologies using Osmo’s proprietary AI technology. The recipient of EdTech Digest’s 2020 “E-Learning Innovation of the Year Award,” Osmo Projector App has almost 50,000 active users since it launched in March of this year.
Osmo is an award-winning STEAM brand whose products are used in over 30,000 classrooms and 2.5 million homes. It is building a universe of hands-on play experiences that nourish the minds of children by unleashing the power of imagination. The company brings physical tools into the digital world through augmented reality and its proprietary reflective artificial intelligence. Founded in 2013 by ex-Google engineers Pramod Sharma and Jerome Scholler, the Osmo Play System fuses digital gameplay and physical interaction to create fun and nutritious play experiences designed for all kids. Osmo is headquartered in Palo Alto, California. Learn more at playosmo.com. For schools, visit playosmo.com/schools.Contact Details
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