LEGO Replay wants to inspire LEGO brick owners to pass along the bricks they aren’t using. Play has the power to change children’s lives. When children play, they learn how to problem solve, collaborate, and think creatively. The LEGO brick is so unique as it can be rebuilt, replayed with and with LEGO Replay have a new creative life with kids who need it most. Using the power of Give Back Box, you can pass on your much-loved LEGO bricks to share the power of play with kids involved with organizations such as Right to Play, True North Aid and the Nova Scotia Ministry of Education.
The LEGO Brick is recognized by LEGO owners to last for generations. We pride ourselves on the high quality and longevity of our brick. We know that 97% of LEGO owners keep or share their bricks, passing them on to friends or family. As part of our Planet Promise, we want to help LEGO owners ensure that LEGO Bricks can be rebuilt and replayed with – having a new creative life. We found a donation partner with Give Back Box who takes safety and quality as seriously as we do.
Any and all. Duplo, small bricks, big bricks. They don’t need to be full sets. Just place whatever bricks you’d like to donate inside a box and print your free shipping label. You can then drop the box off at your local shipping office.
No. You can place any and all LEGO bricks into the same box. However, please try to sort out any non-LEGO materials.
Please remove all AA, AAA, and rechargeable batteries and dispose of them in accordance with your local requirements before donating. Products containing button cell batteries can be donated with the batteries.
Thank you for the offer but no, you don’t. Our high quality processing partners will be sorting and cleaning the bricks before donation. To help them in their job, you can try to remove obviously damaged or disfigured bricks from your donation.
Our high quality processing partners will sort and clean the bricks to ensure we are only passing on high quality bricks. Then they will pack them up to be donated to organizations such as Right to Play, True North Aid and the Nova Scotia Ministry of Education.
That’s awesome! Please contact a local charity directly to see what they can accept or visit http://givebackbox.ca to find out about other participating company programs.