Trayvax and Area Businesses Donate Over $2000 in Toys and Books to Seattle Children's Hospital

Trayvax and neighboring businesses raised over $2000 to purchase toys and books for Seattle Children's Hospital this holiday season. Trayvax spent the money at local toy shops and bookstores to keep the money circulating in the community.
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BELLINGHAM, Wash. - December 27, 2017 

Trayvax Giving

TrayvaxⓇ, a manufacturer or slim wallets and outdoor gear based in Bellingham, WA USA, has donated over $2000 in toys and books to Seattle Children’s Hospital this holiday season.

“Last year we wanted to do something special during the holidays for the awesome kids at Seattle Children's Hospital and raised $1500 to purchase toys and books,” said Gerald Craft, marketing and communications director. “We worked with neighborhood toy shops and bookstores in Bellingham to keep the money circulating in the community and they returned the favor by hooking us up with some great deals so we could get the most bang for our buck.”

This year Trayvax decided to elect the help of neighboring businesses. McEvoy Oil donated $1000 and Trayvax matched their generous donation. Signs Plus brought over an assortment of wrapped toys. Village Books and Fairhaven Toy Garden showed their support with steep discounts so more books and toys could be purchased.

Trayvax employees drove the donation down to Seattle Children’s Hospital for the second year in a row. The company hopes to provide an even bigger donation next year. For more information:

About Trayvax

Trayvax is a US-based manufacturer of slim metal wallets and outdoor gear. All products are hand-crafted and serve as a reminder to get outdoors and Earn Your Story™. It’s this greater love of the outdoors and to humankind that inspires every Trayvax design. The company’s skilled teams of artisans and craftsmen continuously improve and refine designs to ensure enduring products that last a lifetime. Completely sourced and Made in the USA, Trayvax wallets and accessories are built to be passed down to future generations, not landfills. That’s the Trayvax guarantee. For more information, please visit


Gerald Craft