Delaware and New Hampshire are a Haven for Lego Lovers and Eco-Warriors

Sometimes the biggest impact comes from the smallest places! Delaware and New Hampshire may not be the most populous states, but they sure know how to spread joy with Lego donations. From Wilmington to Dover to Portsmouth to Nashua, residents are breathing new life into those forgotten bricks. These two states made awesome LEGO donations to Brick Recycler, who then passed those used bricks on to kids in need. It’s all about spreading joy, sparking creativity, and making learning fun! 

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Delaware State

Delaware State

Delaware is the second smallest state in the US, with a population of around 1 million people. Despite its size, Delaware is home to many generous Lego donors who want to see their unused bricks go to good use. Here are the top cities in Delaware for Lego donations:

  • Newark
  • Wilmington
  • Dover
  • Middletown
  • Bear
  • Glasgow
  • Brookside
  • Hockessin
  • Smyrna
  • Milford

Brick Recycler has received multiple donations from these cities, all making a huge impact on the lives of children. Whether it’s individuals, schools, or organizations, the people of Delaware are always willing to give back to their community through Lego donations.

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New Hampshire

New Hampshire residents have shown their generosity through various Lego donations to Brick Recycler. Here are the top cities in New Hampshire for Lego donations:

  • Nashua
  • Manchester
  • Concord
  • Derry
  • Dover
  • Rochester
  • Salem
  • Merrimack
  • Keene
  • Portsmouth
  • Durham
  • Hampton

Brick Recycler has been able to distribute these donated bricks to children in need, sparking imagination and creativity. These cities may not be the biggest, but their impact on youth.

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Small Acts, Big Impact

  • LEGO toy bricks are made from ABS plastic, which can take hundreds of years to decompose in a landfill. By donating used LEGO bricks to Brick Recycler anywhere from in the US, you could be keeping those bricks out of landfills for years to come, and Brick Recycler makes sure these are reused.
  • LEGO donations also promote community involvement and giving back. By donating your unused bricks, you’re setting an example for others to do the same and making a positive impact on your community.
  • You’re inspiring a new generation of eco-conscious builders!
  • Even if you don’t have Lego pieces to send in you could start a Lego drive, or simply “spread the word” by posting the website address https://www.brickrecycler.com/ on your social media. This can be even more impactful than send in one box of Lego pieces. There are a lot of cute photos you can include here.