A “LEGO drive” is a really fun and easy community service project that Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Camp Fire Girls, schools, teens, clubs, and church groups can do.
LEGO makes some of the most popular, durable, and timeless toys in existence. Unfortunately many of the 20 billion pieces that are produced each year, spend much of their lives in storage bins or end up in the landfill. LEGO pieces can’t be recycled, but can be reused, and can bring so much joy to others.
Why not collect them, and send them to BrickRecycler.com who then sorts and distributes them so they can be reused for generations.
You can download the following Word document, and edit it with your information, to help “spread great joy while saving the planet at the same time!” Pretty cool!
“Way to go Taylor! Taylor collected about 200 lbs of Legos for his “Build a Better Future” Lego drive! That’s over 65,000 poeces that will be loved and cherished once again! He is even planning another Lego drive. Our future generations are in great hands with leaders like Taylor! Congratulate him by sharing this story with others.”