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TODAY   |  December 12, 2013

Tupperware donates Shape-O toys for kids in need

Rick Goings, chairman and CEO of Tupperware Brands, talks about their initiative to donate Shape-O toys to kids in need, and their work with the Boys and Girls Clubs of America to help youth who are at risk. He is joined by their National Youth of the Year Kiana Knolland, who goes to Howard University and hopes to become a federal prosecutor.

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>> christmas is growing closer and many are helping the holidays be brighter by contributing to the toy drive. we love this gentlemen. chairman of tubber wear brands and the boys and girls club of america . they do so much great work. an incredible young woman , kianna nolan who is the national youth of the year. we are so glad to see you.

>> so glad to see you all.

>> why do you continue to do this?

>> this is the reason. we have got 15 million youth at risk and we take care of about 5 million of them. we are so proud of her. we were kidding. she is beautiful and she wasn't picked for looks. she is picked for achievement. she is wonderful.

>> you are a freshman at howard?

>> you are right.

>> what are you studying?

>> public relations with a minor in political science and i hope to be a federal prosecutor .

>> hoda's job.

>> this is the shape of toy.

>> talk about toys that teach. all those we sold over the years can stretch to paris.

>> wow.

>> i have got to say, we distributed the toys we collect here at the boys and girls club . it's pushing 76 million that we passed out. so thank you.

>> thank you. thank you so much.

>> ready for a break. our toy drive continues until december 20th . online or in person.