In 2006, Tegu co-founder Chris Haughey returned from Honduras with a vision to create a for-profit business that would have a transforming effect on the lives of Hondurans. Four years later, not only has Tegu electrified the toy market with the introduction of its magnetic wooden blocks, but, in doing so, Chris and his brother Will have delivered on their commitment to make a lasting difference in Honduras and to its economy. When harvested responsibly, wood is the most sustainable material available. That’s why Tegu works with local Honduran cooperatives who individually hand pick each mature tree for use. These cooperatives are certified by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) and their process facilitates the forest’s natural regeneration cycle. Additionally, Tegu have partnered with local communities to support reforestation, donating a portion of revenue to replanting efforts when Tegu blocks are sold. At Tegu, products are designed to unlock the mind and inspire creative experiences which captivate children in safe, natural and innovative ways.