Give Your Unused LEGO Bricks a New Home — For Free!


By DullesMoms, Mar 2020


Did you know, laid end-to-end, the number of LEGO bricks sold yearly would reach more than five times around the world?! This figure wouldn’t surprise the most ardent LEGO-lovers!

However, what can LEGO enthusiasts (like you!) do with all those LEGOS when they are no longer used? Through the LEGO Replay program, LEGO wants to give you the tools to donate and share your bricks with children who need it most.

LEGO is working with “Give Back Box” so you can pass on your much-loved LEGOS and share the power of play with kids involved in programs like Teach for America and the Boys and Girls Clubs of Boston.

It’s literally as easy as 1-2-3:

1) Box your LEGOS.
2) Print out your free shipping label.
3) Mail your LEGOS.

Families can donate any and all LEGOS — this includes DUPLO bricks, small bricks, big bricks. They don’t need to be full sets, just include whatever bricks you’d like to donate. You don’t even have to clean or sort them!

You can ship from any US state including Alaska and Hawaii (this is a pilot program only available in the US). Learn more about the LEGO Replay program here, as well as request your free shipping label.

Find more fun LEGO facts here at National Geographic Kids.

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