The IKEA Foundation is awarding $53 million to Handicap International, Save the Children, Special Olympics, Room to Read, UNICEF and War Child to support the creation of safe spaces for children around the world to play and develop to their full potential. The grants are part of IKEA’s Let’s Play for Change campaign, which encourages everyone to play more for a better everyday life. IKEA stores around the world will launch new in-store play experiences and events starting this fall. And in the United States, 100 percent of the proceeds from the company’s SAGOSKATT soft toy collection will be donated to Save the Children for its U.S. hurricane relief efforts. Funds will be used to help children and their families rebound and build their resilience following these natural disasters and will support child care centers and early education programs in their rebuilding efforts to enable them to support affected communities, the company said.