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LEGO Replay Program: Donate Your Used LEGO Bricks!

If you have use LEGO bricks laying around the house, check out this new LEGO Replay Program — a great way to donate to kids in need!

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LEGO Replay Program

This is SO cool!

The LEGO Group has announced a brand new pilot program called LEGO Replay — which allows you to easily donate your used LEGO bricks to children’s non-profits across the country!

To donate to the LEGO Replay program, simply place your used LEGO bricks in a cardboard box and go here to print out a free UPS shipping label. Once LEGO receives your donation, they’ll do all the work to get your used LEGO bricks into the hands of kids in need.

You can donate LEGO bricks of all sizes, including Duplo, big, and small bricks. And feel free to throw them all in one cardboard box together — no need to sort them!

Go here for more information.

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8 Comments

  • Great idea. I have Legos that haven’t been played with in years. Happy to find a way to put them to good use.

  • Debi Stoven says:

    Have also donated mine to our local elementary school for use in pre K , Special Ed, & in the Behavior Specialist’s room …..

  • Guest says:

    Love this but please also consider donating to a local elementary school! Our school teachers absolutely love receiving LEGOs that they can use for various STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, math) activities. Because LEGOs are expensive, each individual teacher can’t afford to buy a ton so it’s a blessing to donate them!

  • karen says:

    A great idea, My son has been collecting and buying lego and sending it to kids in Third World Countries and they are overjoyed to receive lego. The teachers are so thankful for the gifts. He runs a facebook called Lego4Missions.
    We have been able to reuse and donate over 1000lbs of lego.

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