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March 2012

Montclair Child Development Center to Receive Toys from Earth Week Drive.



The Westport Corporation will be collecting toys and donating them to The Montclair Child Development Center. The MCDC serves children in Montclair, Glen Ridge, and Orange, New Jersey. Westport Corporation is volunteering their time to make a difference in the environment, and the lives of children in their community.

Earth Week Toy Collections Donate to Non-Profit Preschools.



The Albrook School and the Volunteer Group, ZacAttack, will be conducting toy collections in honor of Earth Week. The toys will be donated to the non-profit preschool, Little Children of God. Little Children of God serves underprivileged children in both the Passaic and Somerset Counties, and they are very excited to be receiving the wonderful plastic toys.

Bergen County Elementary School Comes Together for Earth Week.


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The Betsy Ross School in Mahwah, NJ will be collecting toys in April and donating them to the Youth Consultation Services of New Jersey. The YCS cares for approximately 1,500 children around the state, making the efforts of these students a huge step in in Good and Green Movement.

Earth Week Toy Drive to be held by Smithtown High School East Leadership.



The Smithtown High School East Leadership in New York will be holding a toy drive for Earth Week and are donating the toys Port Jefferson Head Start. The children at Port Jefferson will be receiving a wonderful collection of gently used plastic toys, all thanks to the students who are volunteering and making a difference.

New York City Schools Host Earth Week Toy Drive.



The Little Red School House & Elisabeth Irwin High School will be holding a toy drive for Earth Week and donating their collection of toys to Cardinal Spellman Head Start. The students and faculty are doing their part in keeping our environment free of non-biodegradable plastics, while helping their community at the same time.

Pine Hill Elementary School Conducts Toy Drive for Earth Week.


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The Pine Hill Elementary School in Massachusetts will be holding a toy drive in honor of Earth Week. The students and faculty at the school are donating their collected toys to Mattapan Head Start, and are working very hard to keep plastic toys out of landfills.

Second Chance Toys Matches Massachusetts National Guard Headquarters with Two Local Area Shelters.

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The Massachusetts National Guard Headquarters will be conducting an Earth Week Toy Drive and will be donating their collected toys to Horizons for Homeless Children and Serenity House Shelter. The soldiers and civilians look forward to participating in the Good and Green movement!

Second Chance Toys Expands to Colorado!


Nolia Design will be collecting toys for Earth Week and donating them to The House of Neighborly Services. The company is new to the Fort Collins area, and is very excited to contribute to the community while helping the environment. 

Do Something Good & Green and Help Us Do More!


There are many ways to get involved. Second Chance Toys has been built solely on volunteerism, and we continue to depend on the valued efforts of our volunteers. As a charitable organization, we are always looking for more help to further our mission. You can help make an impact on the environment and children in need. Please complete the form below if you are interested in:

Comcast Center in Philadelphia to Host a Second Chance Toys Collection for Earth Week



Kohl's Care's for Kids will be conducting their second Earth Week program with Second Chance Toys which will culminate at the the Comcast Center on April 21st, 2012.

Standing at a robust 975 feet tall, the newly opened Comcast Center is the tallest building in Philadelphia. And with its ambitious incorporation of eco-friendly technologies, the Center is also the tallest “green” building in the country.