Simply send LEGOs to:
Brick Recycler
1111 W.EI Camino Real
Ste. 133-108
Sunnyvale, CA 94087

Donate Legos: Put in a bag and in a box and send to Brick Recycler at the address above. Click here for Packing Tips for your donation. No need to: break down, make complete sets, sort, or wash. Contact us if you have over 25 lbs and can’t afford postage (email at bottom of page), or if you want to meet up locally. GoShippo.com has cheaper rates for shipping, and is easy to use.

UPDATED: March 2, 2024

Many ask, “How do I recycle or DONATE LEGOs?”

Just donate your used LEGOs to BrickRecycler.com (mixed up or in sets), and we will make sure they are reused!

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You can make a difference to so many!

Transform Lives with Your LEGOⓇ Pieces!

Welcome to BrickRecycler.com, where your LEGO toy donations spark joy and creativity in children around the world. Whether new or used, your LEGO pieces can make a tremendous difference. Join our cause by donating LEGO toys – so future generations of children can enjoy the magic of creating with LEGO pieces. Yes, we are always in need of more pieces since we have so many requests!

Make a World of Difference

Your donations may travel far and wide, from bringing smiles to children in an orphanage in Zimbabwe, to supporting young minds in Brazilian educational programs. Each brick you donate becomes part of a story of hope and creativity and joy. For instance, in Flint, Michigan, we’ve witnessed firsthand how these toys lit up children’s faces, providing a much-needed respite through play.

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At a special request by a thoughtful officer stationed overseas, we sent many pounds of parts to an US army troop stationed in Honduras. The men and women stationed overseas may have been far away from their family during the holidays, but they were so excited to give these pieces as gifts to the local children. The smiles melted their hearts.

We also sent countless pounds or pieces and sets to special Children Homes set up around La Ceiba Honduras through GiveHope2Kids. We also sent many boxes of pieces to an orphanage in Mexico that had very few toys.

Here are some other organizations we have worked with to help them spread the love of learning and building, by finding the parts they need, when they need them.
• Help One Child and Compassion (for foster children)
• Countless Children’s Organizations
• Orphanages in Mexico and Honduras
• Hands of Hope (for Zimbabwe orphanage)
• Camp Opportunity (for at risk kids)
• Dozens of Clubs
• Many of children and adult “artists and architects”
• World History Classes
• A short film
• Children with Autism
• Schools serving very underprivileged children

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Eco-Friendly Recycling: A Greener Future

By choosing to donate these pieces, you’re not just decluttering and getting rid of them, you are promoting Reusing and Upcycling, and you’re actively reducing landfill waste. Since these timeless toys are not traditionally recyclable by any city recycling center, your decision to donate is an eco-conscious choice that supports our planet.

Your Impact: Stories of Joy and Learning

Whether it’s Lego robotic Mindstorm sets for budding engineers, basic bricks and figures, or even partial sets, all these are sure to provide countless hours of creativity when given to the next generation.

We have sent millions of pieces all over the US and to 3rd world countries, so your donations can reach far and wide. We’ve also responded to emergency situations, like sending 200 pounds to families affected by the fires in Northern California, offering a semblance of normalcy in times of turmoil.

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The possibilities are endless:

We even bought some brand new Disney Princess Friends sets to send to an orphanage in Honduras from Amazon at 40% off list. We are planning on doing the same for the Marine’s Toys For Tots, and Sleep Trains’ toy drive for foster children. Last year we donated a large amount of school supplies for foster children via Sleep Train.

Donald’s Dream: A Journey of Hope for kids with leukemia

We are so inspired by Donald, a young leukemia warrior whose dream was to share the joy of LEGOⓇ with others battling illness. Through the “Build Your Journey” program at Children’s Mercy Hospital, we helped turned his vision into reality, offering LEGOⓇ sets to children as they brave through treatments. Your donations make moments of joy like this possible.

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Teens taking on the challenge!!

Many teens have developed leadership skills by organizing a local Lego drive, and sent the pieces to us. That’s wonderful. We would like to spread the word that we fully support this. Review our website and let us know what you think. We hope you rate this highly.

Famous YouTuber

JANGBRiCKS is a famous YouTuber who helped us out so much by donating Ninjago sets he built for his YouTube unboxing channel said we could sell. These were sold to buy brand new sets for kids with Leukemia, (since they have weakened immune systems they need new sets)!

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Help spread the word by sharing your thoughts!

Click the button to leave a review and be part of our community feedback and let us know if you like our mission. Mention what state you are from.

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If you are a 501(c) corporation and need pieces, let us know. LEGO© Group of Companies is awesome but not a sponsor. Thank you for making a difference by reusing the one of the world’s most popular toys. We accept donations from all over the US:, regardless of whether you are near or far: California, Texas, New York, Florida, Illinois, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Georgia, Arizona, Washington, etc. All states. So wherever you are, regardless if you are in LA, Chicago, Houston, San Diego, Houston, Phoenix, San Antonio, San Francisco or San Jose California, we can use your pieces. We are not registered as a nonprofit organization yet. Our goal is to make use of these wonderful toys, and giving to nonprofits or individuals or selling, providing great outlets for using these to be used countless times. These are not recyclable so please don’t simply throw them away, or even donate to a thrift that cannot use them, or simply “store them forever”.

Future Generations Thank You!

Click here to read the incredibly inspiring donation story of a kid named Taylor!