Barbie celebrates birthday by helping charities

May 1994
Playthings;May94, Vol. 92 Issue 5, p13
Trade Publication
Reports on Barbie doll's celebration of her 35th anniversary on March 9, 1994 by helping out some of Hollywood celebrities' favorite charities. Presentation of a $250,000 check to actress Demi Moore by Mattel Inc. president Jill Bard on behalf of the Charles Drew Head Start Medical Clinic; Presentation of same amount to Henry Winkler, actor/director and founding partner of the Children's Action Network.


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