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  • Elizabeth M. 1 month ago
    This is a great guide on how to go about donating toys and the list of places to donate is really helpful too. I’d just like to add my experience with Lego’s. My kids buy tons every year and get bored of them after awhile. But most charities and thrift shops don’t accept old or incomplete Lego sets. BrickRecycler.com is an amazing organization that does. Try them out - they’ll make your life a whole lot easier too!
  • Meg P. 3 years ago
    and there might be younger cousins who would appreciate your outgrown toys. works in our family
  • rosalinda i. 5 years ago
    I do this aready
  • ruth anne c. 5 years ago
    A local thrift shop resells used toys. All store profits support a homeless shelter that is in the area.
  • Bonnie S. 5 years ago
    i was a local vol. fire department member.. we used to take nice looking stuffed animals for the ambulance.. we cept them in a bin under the seat for the kids that got scard. they got to keep the animal as a suvanier from the ride.
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