Wednesday, 30 October 2019

Christmas Giveaway: One Dear World Multicultural Doll And Clothing (12m+)

I'm a strong believer that every child should be able to find toys that represent them and their friends, and so are One Dear World. They have created 4 different dolls which represent children from different ethnic backgrounds, and they are currently crowdfunding to make a range of dolls with disabilities.

One Dear World have offered one of my readers a doll plus an extra outfit as a Christmas present...


This is Hope and she was born in Ghana. She has 3 good friends - Parth, Lea and Jun. I did a full review of Hearty Hope last month and I think she's excellent. She is beautiful quality and the perfect size and weight for young arms to hold.

One Dear World fairtrade dress made in Sri Lanka gorgeous orange and red

Her change of clothing is a gorgeous little orange dress which is Fair Trade and made in Sri Lanka. It's very easy to change her because she's soft-bodied and there is a long velcro-style fastening at the back of the dress.

One Dear World Hearty Hopedoll in underwear bloomers with change of dress

It's worth taking a look at the dolls with disabilities and health problems, because they are excellent and a share of profits from each will go to relevant charities. Each product will only be manufactured if they have enough orders.

Dolls For All Disability Crowdfunder range visually impaired disabled dolls

The little wooden wheelchair is priced at £20 - which is far cheaper than nursery equipment catalogues!

Dolls For All Wooden Wheelchair

One Dear World dolls currently cost £21.99rrp each and are suitable for children from 12 months. Outfits cost £11-17 and are recommended for children 2 years and over. You can find out more about all 4 currently available dolls, the crowdfunding to make dolls with disabilities and the other products available (including t-shirts) on the One Dear World website.

One Dear World multicultural dolls for inclusive play

One Dear World have offered a doll and an outfit for one of my readers in my Christmas Present Giveaways. Entry to the giveaway is by Gleam form below. Your details will only be used to administrate this giveaway and no entries are mandatory. You can find a 'how-to' for Gleam here, and all of my other current Christmas Present Giveaways on my Giveaways Page...

The giveaway will end at midnight Sunday 1st December and is open to UK entrants only. For full terms and conditions please see the bottom of the Gleam form.

Christmas Giveaway: One Dear World Multicultural Doll And Clothing (12m+)


We were sent our One Dear World Hearty Hope for review. 

32 comments:

  1. These are such beautiful dolls, if I could make one I think I'd choose one from East Africa like one of my little boy's best friends. I think he'd want to name the doll after her - Janna is the shortened version of her name that all her friends use.

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  2. I'd love to see a dolls outfit from Iceland so it would be all snuggly and warm. My doll would be called Holly. I love the Winter!

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  3. Lovely dolls. It can be difficult to find nice ethnic dolls for a reasonable price and is great that they have a change of clothing.

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    1. 😍 We do have Swedish dress for dolls https://onedearworld.com/collections/fair-trade-toy-collection/products/fair-trade-swedish-dress

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  5. They are so lovely for my granddaughter mollie she would adhore her

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  6. I would get a peg wooden doll from Germany. She would have a traditional dirndl and her name would be Lina.

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  7. I would have Heidi from Austria

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  8. I don't have any children but would love to win this prize to donate to charity

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  9. I'd love to treat my daughter to a Chinese doll, she has a fascination with China and the Middle East

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  10. My god-daughter is of bi-racial heritage, she would like this.

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  11. Sophia from Paris France wearing a very cute beret

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  12. An Asian doll called Fatima in a traditional sari would be great!

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  13. I'd pick a doll from Japan and call her Rukia.

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  14. Colleen from Galway - my cousins daughter is mixed race- help her belong

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  15. I would call my doll Jennie and she would be from china, that is where my penpal was from when I was little

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  16. Robert Mark Ward2 November 2019 at 12:04

    My grandad spent a lot of time after the war in Tanganyika (much less enlightened times) so an East African doll for me.

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  17. I would love to pick a doll from Paris, Sophia, my daughter has always wanted to visit

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  18. A aboriginal girl from Australia called Bindi with a tiny boomerang.

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  19. I would have a Sasha from Switzerland and she would be dressed in the national costme

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  20. Id have a native American doll named Dakota xx

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  21. I'd love one from Bulgaria as my cousin's wife is Bulgarian and it would be great for their 2 children. I'd name it in her honour, Zvezdelina, such a beautiful name for an amazing lady

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  22. She'd be called Calypso, in memory of our cat who died, and would be in Ancient Greek dress, as Calypso was a Greek goddess xx

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  23. A beautiful Hawaiian Princess, with a traditional outfit - called AheSoft

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  24. A Japanese doll in traditional dress and call her Aiko

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  25. Esmeralda from France - I loved the Hunchback of Notre Damn and Esmeralda, even dressed as her for dress up day at school once!

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  26. I would be a little girl from Belgium called Rose just like one of our relitives.

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  27. I would call it Anna after my Russian partner and it would be a russian doll in tradtional clothes.

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  28. I'd love to see a girl doll from Nepal and I would call her Shrada after the beautiful little daughter of a Nepalese lady I used to know when I lived overseas.

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  29. I would have a little girl from Wales in Welsh national costume and call her Wendy! (after me!)

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  30. Jan from Australia in shorts, T-shirt and flip flops

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  31. I’d love a little girl from Cape Town/South Africa, it is where we visited on honeymoon, I learnt so much about the history and love to pass this on to our children with a doll and her story. Not sure on a name though 🤔🤔

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