Bratz True Hope Dolls Review (MGA Entertainment)

What It Is

Bratz True Hope is a line of fashion dolls created by MGA to celebrate children who battle cancer and give those children dolls they can relate to. The bald-headed dolls in the collection–Yasmin, Cloe, and Cameron–each come with two different outfits and a colorful name bracelet that the child can wear. Sales of these dolls also benefit City of Hope and its efforts in cancer research. MGA is donating $1 to the City of Hope Cancer Foundation for each doll sold.

Is It Fun?

There are millions of kids who have gone through serious illnesses such as cancer, and for many of those kids, these dolls may be comforting, conveying a positive image of style and outlook even as they are undergoing often challenging treatments. These dolls send a gentle message about diversity, understanding, and compassion that is beautiful and, in the right situation, can be truly inspiring.

Who It’s For

Bratz True Hope Dolls are for ages 6 and up. These dolls won't be for every child or every situation. It will be up to parents and caregivers to decide if these Bratz are appropriate for their kids.

What To Be Aware Of

Bratz True Hope Dolls are available at Toys "R" Us.

  • Fun

  • Repeat Play

  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy