On Saturday, Kohl’s and Second Chance Toys will hold a big drive at the Delaware Children’s Museum to gather gently used toys for the underprivileged. The drive is designed partly to celebrate Earth Day and keep the toys out of landfills.
A red fire truck, yellow airplane and a white dollhouse were just some in a pile of plastic toys, on their way to a needy home instead of the garbage.
Two groups are working together to help children in need while also keeping items out of landfills.
A junk removal company will switch gears next week to pick up used toys for children in need.
A fleet of trucks on April 12-13 will be parked throughout New Jersey so residents may donate the gently used plastic toys their children have outgrown.