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Toy Recycling and Charity Programmes for Second Hand..


Do you know that more than 40 million toys were thrown away last year?

And of that 40 million, 13 million toys ended up in the dustbin and landfill sites?

Those numbers are quite incredible aren't they? They might be ethical toys but they're not ethical if they are discarded into our landfills when a child has grown out of them. aims to:

    encourage parents to recycle and reuse all their unbroken, unwanted toys.
    encourage parents to view sharing old toys are the responsible way to deal with outgrown toys.
    encourage parents to recycle and reuse their unbroken toys within their local community to boost fundraising within communities.

So How to recycle toys?

When our children receive 'new' toys they are a source of endless fun and amusement. They're faces light up at the prospect of something new to play with. Children don't really care whether they're brand new or not, they're new to them and that's all that matters to them.

When your child outgrows his or her toys they can then be turned into 'new' toys for other children who will again see them as a source of endless fun.

Instead of throwing away unbroken toys you can donate them to a good cause. You can also get your children involved by asking them to sort out what toys they don't play with. Then come to a decision together about where to donate the toys to. This can create the perfect chance for discussion on the environment and recycling as well as helping good causes.

Recycling for a good cause could mean any number of charities or community groups. Below is a list of suggested places you can donate your unbroken, outgrown toys to:

    Local Charity Shop
    Local Children's charity
    Children's hospital
    R.E.A.L Foundation
    Host a Toy Swap Party

Children's hospitals - treat hundreds of children every day, some of these children stay in hospital for many weeks, even months. The toys your children have become grown out of could be a make a child's stay in hospital just that little bit easier.

Charity Shop - take your old toys to your local charity shop and help a charity raise necessary money while recycling your children's toys.

Host a Toy Swap Party - Invite local mums over with their kids unwanted toys, swap them round and send them home with great 'new' toys for their kids. Also a great excuse for a cup of coffee and a chat with mums in your area!

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