A dad and his daughter looking into a box with LEGO bricks excitedly!
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Imagine what they can become

LEGO® Replay is a simple-to-use platform that allows you to pass forward your much-loved LEGO bricks and share the power of play with kids in need. When children play with your donated LEGO bricks, it helps them learn to problem-solve, collaborate and think creatively. With LEGO Replay, worlds of play can be rebuilt and reimagined many times over, helping to inspire the builders of tomorrow.
We work closely with donation partners

Where do your bricks go?

We work closely with multiple donation partners who proudly give your much-loved LEGO® bricks new life. The children who receive the bricks continue to play with them, creating endlessly. By donating through LEGO Replay, you can help give thousands of Canadian children the chance to learn through play and continue their growth.


How does it work?

  • Putting LEGO pieces into box

    Box it

  • Print your shipping

    Print it

  • Ship your package

    Ship it

What we accept

  • Accepted


    • LEGO® System, DUPLO® and Technic™ bricks and elements from single or multiple sets
    • LEGO® minifigures and mini-dolls (no need to disassemble)
    • LEGO® baseplates
  • Not accepted

    Not Currently Accepted:

    • Non LEGO® bricks, elements or toys
    • LEGO® sets that are already fully or partially built including Technic™ and MINDSTORMS®
    • Batteries or electronic components including those which are LEGO® branded
    • LEGO® and non LEGO branded merchandise and all non-brick items including apparel, storage containers and backpacks.
    • Building instructions or packaging

Packing tips

  • Chose elements to donate


    Choose LEGO® bricks or elements you’d like to donate to kids in need of play. They don’t need to be full sets.
  • Take apart the sets


    Take apart built sets to the best of your ability
  • Sort anything that’s not accepted


    Sort out anything that’s not accepted in the list above. Packaging and instructions can be recycled.

Donations so far…

  • A cardboard box with LEGO bricks

    Boxes of LEGO bricks

  • A pile of LEGO bricks

    kg of LEGO bricks

  • Children playing with LEGO bricks

    Children playing with LEGO Replay donated bricks


Q and A’s

LEGO bricks jumping out of a box

We believe good toys should never go to waste