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“Build Your Journey”, an official program by Children’s Mercy Hospital in Kansas City. This program will be distributing brand new #LEGO sets to leukemia patients, to help them mark their journey, and encourage them to fight against leukemia. BrickRecycler.com is happy to accept your donation of used Legos, and sell them to buy brand new sets for these precious children.
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Your #Legos #donation can spread happiness to the underprivileged #kids. “Pay it forward”, and continue the cycle of love, fun, creativity, and joy. Thanks! BrickRecycler.com
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#JANGBRICKS helped us out with the following #donation. These were sold to purchase brand new sets for kids with #Leukemia!
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Did you know #LEGO pieces are not marked with the recycling symbol? If you dump them in your #recycle bin, they will need to be sorted out and then dumped in the landfill. Even recycling programs that say they accept “mixed plastics” have a really hard time with these tiny pieces which can even contain: batteries, wires, magnets, rubber, ABS, and other plastics.
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Any day can be “Earth Day”, not only April 20th. #Declutter your home, save the environment, and spread joy all at the same time! Many organizations don’t accept #Legos, but BrickRecycler.com started a great program to accept your many pounds of Lego brand toys, and put them back to use. BrickRecycler.com can even pay for postage.
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BrickRecycler.com is accepting #donations of #LEGO pieces to provide them to the underprivileged #kids who will use, cherish, and learn from them.
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Don’t dump #LEGOs in the Recycle bin because they can’t be #recycled. Instead, #donate them. BrickRecycler.com accepts new, used, and completely mixed up LEGOs and put them to reuse. Many thrifts don’t accept used incomplete LEGO sets.
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BrickRecycler.com accepts donations of new and second-hand loose LEGO bricks, figures, and sets. Simply put them in a plastic bag, then in a box, and send to us via UPS Ground or FedEx Ground. If required, we can even pay for postage if you need, if you are in the US and ship by a Ground service (e.g. FedEx, UPS, or USPS). Just include a note in the box with the quantity, and your address and we will send you a check. 
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#Legos cannot be #recycled, so please don’t dump them in recycle bin instead #donate them to #BrickRecycler.
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